The first Kansas City Ballet production in the COVID era will be an all-new one hour show specifically designed to lift your spirits during the holidays. Even with face masks and social distancing, you’ll feel the warmth of the holidays all around you.
Along with multiple new safety measures, we have reduced our seating capacity from 180 to only 50 seats per show.
On your next Kansas City Ballet visit, you’ll notice that we’ve taken steps to reduce touchpoints and protect your safety. Here are the key policies we’ve put in place.
Masks Required for All Masks are required for everyone in the Bolender Center. Your mask must cover your nose and mouth.
Social Distancing Standards Please remember to maintain social distance at all times. The number of tickets in your order will be seated together, and we will block the seats that surround you.
Bolender Center Cleaning Procedures Common areas and high touch points are routinely cleaned and sanitized.
Hand Sanitizer Sanitizer stations are available in the common areas of the Bolender Center.
Daily Health Screenings All Kansas City Ballet staff and dancers are required to perform and pass an at-home Health Check before they enter the building.
Self-Check Your Health If you have symptoms such as fever or cough or have come in contact with someone with symptoms, please do not attend the performance.
Kansas City Ballet is closely monitoring federal, state, and local guidelines and our policies and procedures will continue to evolve accordingly.
Kansas City Ballet is located in the Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity, found on the west edge of the Union Station campus in the heart of downtown Kansas City and the vibrant Crossroads Arts District. The Bolender Center includes the Michael and Ginger Frost Studio Theater.