DUST is a fictional narrative feature film written and directed by Adam Dugas and Casey Spooner. Filmed primarily in Kansas City in 2011, the movie features many local talents including the collaborative Rocket Grants team of Jaimie Warren, Peggy Noland, and Cody Critcheloe. DUST is the story of an eccentric family in crisis. Unable to move forward or … Continue reading
Endless Boundless wins Mayor’s Award!!! Klumzooka and the Porous Jenko waited patiently for the City Council Meeting to start. American bison, corn, trains, planes and wheat of brass towered over us. Did you know that Kansas City, Missouri was incorporated in 1853? Or that City Hall harbors a tiny art gallery? Olivia, Genevieve and Emily Sloan … Continue reading
Here is a .pdf file of the great press from a recent KC Star article about Endless Boundless: Endless_Boundless_KC_Star_August2010
Endless Boundless.. Congrats on the great review in The Star!!!
Our guest teachers and friends, Flannery Cashill and Jimmy Fitzner, opened students’ minds to the world of sound. We are working toward creating an experience for our upcoming performance, and wanted to expand beyond the visual realm to include sound effects, chanting, and percussion. Flannery’s lesson focused on Foley Theatre, the art of producing realistic … Continue reading
Favorites from our presentation on “Top Animal Adaptations” : Then we made up a dancing game where students moved like their creatures. The bird above is called the “Klumzooka” and it jumps, plants its feet on the ground, wiggles its noodley torso, tilts its head, and freaks you out with its hypnotizing eyes. We’ll definitely … Continue reading
Here’s the basic idea of our Endless Boundless introduction: Have you ever seen a life-size diorama? A whole scene depicting a momentary glimpse of life in the wile– Well, picture this, a Rainforest ecosystem, full of lush vegetation, leaves dripping with rain droplets, vines hanging everywhere, monkeys on them, and in the center of it … Continue reading