In the early 1980s, my mother was in charge of the audience and ushers at the Starlight and Midland theaters in Kansas City.

The Starlight was a large, brick, outdoor amphitheater with columns covered in vines. It was so close to the zoo that, at dusk, you could hear monkeys laugh out loud through the thick humidity.

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