Both KC and Buffalo dominated their opponents in the first round of the playoffs, blowing out Pittsburgh and New England respectively. Now, the top two young quarterbacks in the league are set to collide at GEHA Field. This has all the makings of a classic, with Mahomes and company coming in as very slight favorites according to Vegas.
Sunday, January 23. 5:30 pm.
The Broadway musical that needs no introduction—in case it does, it’s the untold story of the witches of Oz—is coming to Kansas City.
January 5–January 23. Times vary. Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
One of country music’s leading vocalists is stopping in Kansas City as part of a fifteen-city short-run tour. “Star-crossed: Unveiled” will include hits from Kasey Musgraves’ new record and film.
Friday, January 21. 8 pm. T-Mobile Center.
Nate Bargatze is the master of the dad joke. He digs deep into his own childhood—his dad was a clown turned magician—plus his experiences raising his daughter. Come expecting comedy because, as one of his jokes goes, “when you do comedy and someone’s not expecting comedy, it just sounds like a mean speech.”
Friday, January 21. 9:30 pm. The Midland.
Mary Henn is a national award-winning writer with an MFA from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is the current associate editor at Kansas City magazine.
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