During the World Series, Mayor James Sly issued this challenge to de Blasio: if the Royals win, de Blasio has to go to a ballet school in New York, wear a Royals jersey and sing “Kansas City.” He also suggested that de Blasio send New York cheesecake.
If the Mets had won, James agreed to go to Kansas City Ballet, wear a Mets jersey and sing “New York, New York.” He also said he would send ribs to de Blasio.
Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/sports/mlb/kansas-city-royals/article44772684.html#storylink=cpy
Check out our brand new commercial for The Nutcracker, now airing on various television stations. The Nutcracker runs Dec. 5-24 at the Kauffman Center. Don’t miss the classic story you love, featuring all-new sets, costumes and choreography. CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.
Radio Commercials The Nutcracker Through the Eyes of a Child:
We are just one month away from opening night of our all-new production of The Nutcracker! We are very excited to debut this holiday classic; a production that has become a tradition around the world and dates back to over a century ago.
In 1892 The Nutcracker made its first appearance in Russia, and 89 years later Kansas City Ballet debuted the now famous ballet. Ever since then, it has become a tradition for many in the Kansas City area. This year, though, Artistic Director Devon Carney reimagines that classic. As this infographic by KCPT illustrates, a lot of creativity, hard work, and even a little bit of feline encouragement went into recreating a masterpiece.
CLICK HERE to view more behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the making of our all-new The Nutcracker!