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1. Bravo! Kansas City's Lyric Opera Celebrates 50 Years Bravo! Kansas City's Lyric Opera Celebrates 50 Years November 2007 Article provides a short history of the Lyric Opera from its beginning with a performance of La Boheme on September 29, 1958, to the present. The author also emphasizes the economic impact that the Opera...

2. Coates Opera House Coates Opera House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Coates Opera House with no image, only text. Front of card says: "Coates Opera House, One Week and Saturday Matinee. Commencing March 25th. Preliminary Announcement / of the Coming...

3. Coates' Opera House Coates' Opera House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Coates' Opera House with images of two actors in costume identified as: "Louis James as Virginius" and "Marie Wainwright as Ophelia." Back of card has an article "A Success From the...

4. Final Act for Opera House: Demolition Final Act for Opera House: Demolition March 12, 2009 The Grand Opera House is being demolished "after a two-year effort failed to turn up a viable plan for its reuse." Commerce Bank, which owns the property, had given it a reprieve to give preservationists...

5. Grand Opera House Grand Opera House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Grand Opera House showing a woman identified as "Minnie Palmer." Front of card says: "Wait for me!" Back of card says: "Little Minnie Palmer at Grand Opera House One Week, commencing...

6. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Gladys Swarthout (1904-1969), a singer gaining "international fame in opera houses, radio, and movies during the 1930s and 1940s." Native of Deepwater, Missouri (near Clinton, Missouri)...

7. KC Voice Rings Around the World KC Voice Rings Around the World November 3, 2013 Biographical article that focuses upon the life of opera singer Vinson Cole. Cole's upbringing in the Swope Park area of Kansas City is summarized. Details related to his music education and later career...

8. KCResources, page 34 KCResources, page 34

9. Lyric Opera Sells Its Theater Lyric Opera Sells Its Theater June 1, 2007 DST Realty purchased the 81-year old Lyric Theatre, home to the 49-year-old Lyric Opera since 1972. The Lyric Opera will continue to use the theater until early 2010 when it will move its productions to...

10. Lyrical Notes Lyrical Notes March 2008 Founded in 1958, the Lyric Opera of Kansas City has been "a bit of a renegade operation." Founder Russell Patterson adopted the European pattern of smaller halls and the use of young singers who can devote...

11. Mass Commercial Amusements in Kansas City before World War I Mass Commercial Amusements in Kansas City before World War I April//1981 Comprehensive article exploring the urban cultural aspect of popular entertainment in Kansas City, rather than the more commonly studied aspect of high culture entertainment. Description and photos of...

12. Opera Leader Pushed for World Premiere Opera Leader Pushed for World Premiere April 25, 2008 Article features the Lyric Opera and Evan Luskin who has managed it for 22 years. As general director, Luskin helps to choose the repertoire and sets the tone of the productions. To celebrate the 50th...

13. Perfect Harmony Perfect Harmony July/August 2008 Story features the Lyric Opera's Ingram Room, designed by Kansas City interior designer Scott Lindsay and named for Beth and Robert Ingram. "Designed to impress international visitors to Kansas City's...

14. Russell Patterson and the Lyric Opera: The Story Behind the Success Russell Patterson and the Lyric Opera: The Story Behind the Success Biographic article about Russell Patterson and his founding of the Lyric Opera with Mort Walker in 1957. The old Rockhill Theater was the first home of the Lyric and the first production, "La Boheme,"...

15. Willis Wood Theater Profile Willis Wood Theater Profile 1999