Kansas City Ballet’s Community Education Program invites you to observe, participate, and to engage with us


These 45-minute workshops are specifically designed for Pre-K and early elementary age children and focus on story ballets and literacy. Stories come to life through creative movement, music and ballet costume & prop show and tell. Great for pre-schools and library story times! Workshops available for The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, The Wizard of Oz, and Peter Pan.

Dance Speaks – KCB’s educational Series

Guest artists provide professional and personal insights into Kansas City Ballet’s season repertoire. Held at various locations, audiences will enjoy interesting panel discussions, a Q & A with guest speakers and more!

2019-2020 Dance Speaks – tickets on sale now!

Ballet 101

Dispelling myths for newcomers and skeptics! These 60-minute workshops for community groups and businesses prove that ballet is so much more than layers of tulle and satin shoes. So step away from the stereotypes and learn why the common misconceptions about ballet are bunk.

Take a tour of Kansas City Ballet

The Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity is Kansas City Ballet’s home. Located at 500 W. Pershing in downtown Kansas City, the facility houses the professional company, Kansas City Ballet School, 180-seat Michael and Ginger Frost Studio Theater and Kansas City Ballet’s artistic and administrative staff.

Kansas City Ballet offers groups of 10 or more the opportunity to tour our historic facility and observe the company at work. Information is provided on upcoming productions, and participants may visit Kansas City Ballet’s Costume Shop and view dancers in classes and rehearsals.

For more information about these programs, please contact 816.216.5583 or aberry@kcballet.org