Kansas City Ballet shares the joy of dance with students of all ages


Kansas City Ballet’s Second Company performs a 60-minute interactive dance program at your school. Narrated by the dancers and Kansas City Ballet staff, this performance program is appropriate for elementary, middle, or high schools. Dancers perform a diverse repertoire of classic and contemporary works, including excerpts from Kansas City Ballet’s current season. Available select weeks in Fall 2017 and Spring 2018.

Space Requirements: Stage, Gym, or Large Multi-Purpose room

For Cost or to Book a Second Company Lecture Demonstration in your School contact

816.216.5583 or aberry@kcballet.org

New Moves Educational matinee

Date: February 16 at 10:30 a.m.
Location: Michael and Ginger Frost Studio Theater | Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity
Fee:  All seats $12

Kansas City Ballet presents a special discounted morning matinee performance for seniors! This New Moves performance is a chance to see the Kansas City Ballet company and some of tomorrow’s sought after choreographers in an up-close and intimate space.

Enjoy brand new contemporary ballets created by nationally known choreographers such as Abdur- Rahim Jackson, former principal dancer with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Mariana Oliviera, Brazilian born Artistic Director of The Union Project Dance Company, and talented local choreographic voices from company dancers in Kansas City Ballet.

Seniors will experience a pre-performance introduction by Kansas City Ballet Artistic Director Devon Carney and a brief post-performance audience Q & A with some New Moves choreographers and dancers.

Seats are $12 per person. Reservations must be received on or before February 9.

To reserve seats, contact April Berry at aberry@kcballet.org or call Kansas City Ballet Community Education at 816.216.5609.

Inclement Weather Policy
Due to the varying weather policies of area schools planning to attend our student matinee performances, Kansas City Ballet will offer an alternate opportunity to attend a ballet performance or educational program in the event that a school is unable to attend their scheduled performance.  Refunds will be given only in the event of cancellation of a performance by Kansas City Ballet.