Kansas City Ballet is looking forward to welcoming audiences while keeping the health and safety of patrons, staff and performers a top priority.
Effective Sept. 6, all patrons who enter the Kauffman Center to attend public performances must be fully vaccinated and must show proof of vaccination at their time of entry accompanied by a government-issued photo ID and a valid event ticket. Masks will also be required, regardless of vaccination status, while inside the building, except while eating or drinking in designated locations.
Please check our Safety & Health Policies for updates in advance of scheduled performances.
Kansas City Ballet is committed to sharing its joy of dance with everyone, and our artistic conversations are an important component of our mission. Discussions introduce the community-at-large to upcoming ballets, guest choreographers, stagers, and dancers.
Click below to learn more about the Stories of Resiliency, Dance Speaks and Dancer Chat events, as well as watch past episodes.
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 have launched KCBallet@Home to share special moments from past performances and other exclusive content via our social media pages (including KCB Dancer Chats) to help you stay connected with the dance you love.