Saturday, February 1, 2003
Beginning Monday, a troupe of KU student actors decked in furry animal costumes will stage "Jungalbook," the story of a boy raised in the jungle by animals, for Douglas County area school children. The general public can see the show next Sunday.
If you're looking for something new downtown this weekend, stop by the opening reception of the Grimshaw Gallery tonight. Five artists will show work they created in studio spaces adjoining the gallery in the 700 block of New Hampshire Street.
And back by popular demand, Celtic musician Maria Anthony and a dozen others will perform the choral drama "Kentigern, Saint Mungo of Scotland" on Saturday night at St. John's Catholic Church.
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