Staying Connected With Us


Dancing During Distancing

On behalf of everyone at KCB – dancers, musicians, staff and faculty – we truly appreciate your investment in Kansas City Ballet and our arts and culture community.

We are wishing all of you good health and the stamina to weather this storm. And, as soon as we are able, we will be back to performing, teaching and sharing this art we hold so dear.

In the meantime, we have launched KCBallet@Home to share special moments from past performances and other exclusive content via our social media pages because we know that dance has the power to transport us, if only for a moment, to a place of peace and joy. That is what we all need more of right now.

The Official KC Ballet Workout

Ballet Master Kristi Capps

Get ready to sweat as you spell out KC Ballet with your entire body! All you need is comfortable clothes, a steady chair, and your living room! In this short video, Ballet Master Kristi Capps will take you through the ten minute, ballet-inspired workout. Share your workout with us on social media by using #KCBStrong.

Go to Workout

Music Moves

With Ramona Pansegrau

Listen to this series of podcasts from Kansas City Ballet Musical Director Ramona Pansegrau who takes us through her favorite ballets. Over the next several weeks, topics will explore Russian, Danish, and English ballet music as well as an in-depth examination of specific works and how they are used for dance. Please note: Music Moves is on a brief hiatus – we’ll return with new episodes in August.

LISTEN TO WEEK 1: Ballets for Easter

LISTEN TO WEEK 2: Ballets for Spring

Listen to week 3: Beauty

Listen to week 4: Dance on Film

Listen to Week 5: Mothers in Ballet

Listen to Week 6: Martha Graham and Appalachian Spring

LISTEN TO WEEK 7: La Somnambula

Listen to Week 8: The Rite of Spring

Featured Video - Twyla Tharps' In the Upper Room

Help Keep KC Ballet on its toes!

You can be our hero! Now more than ever, KC Ballet is depending on supporters like you. Here’s how you can help:

  1. Donate to the Ballet any April and May, 2020 tickets you have purchased.
  2. Renew or subscribe to the 2020/2021 Season.
  3. Make a gift!
  4. “Like” dancers/staff posts on Facebook and provide encouraging comments. Add the hashtag: #kcballet to your comments!
  5. Keep in touch with your local, state and federal elected officials. Let them know how much you love the arts!