Kansas City Ballet has rescheduled or canceled productions and events through December 31, 2020, including Dracula and The Nutcracker.
Your tickets have automatically been moved to a credit on your account.
This credit will be available for you to use by June 30, 2021, towards the purchase of KCB performances for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 season. After this time, the credit will automatically change to a tax-deductible donation.
To learn more about the shows that are canceled and how that affects you, please read our Frequently asked questions.
Due to our box office being closed and employees working remotely, we ask that all ticketing questions be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate Your Tickets
As a valued member of our Kansas City Ballet family, you can appreciate the impact of cancellations on our financial health. As a nonprofit arts organization, Kansas City Ballet resources are put to the test during a civil emergency like this one. We are asking you to consider donating the cost of your tickets as a gift to KCB, for which we will gratefully issue you a tax receipt.
In recognition of your generous support, your name will be listed on a special page in our program and online as a Kansas City Ballet Hero throughout the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 seasons.
If you would like to donate your tickets at this time, please fill out the form below.
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.
If you purchased your ticket from a third-party, please get in touch with the third-party directly for your ticket options.