As cancelations begin to roll in from KC-area theaters, PerformInk has decided to keep one central article for all available news of show closings and postponements. We will update this article as news is received.
The City of Kansas City has ordered events with more than 1,000 attendees within the city limits canceled or delayed until the state of emergency has been lifted.
Due to the city’s state of emergency, Lyric Opera of Kansas City has announced that it will be unable to perform the last two performances of Lucia di Lammermoor scheduled for March 13 and 15, 2020 at the Kauffman Center. They ask all ticket holders to contact the ticketing office during business hours at (816) 471-7344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
The Kauffman Center will postpone all events taking place in the venue through April 1. If you are a ticket holder of a postponed event, contact the organization that issued your tickets.
KCRep has decided to modify their event schedule for this weekend’s OriginKC series, canceling all Festival Weekend ancillary events. This includes the keynote with Todd London, the readings of Flood by Mushuq Mastaq Deen and The Vast In-Between by Laura Eason as well as the other panels and forums. The opening night performance and post-show celebration of Frankenstein by Kyle Hatley scheduled for 8pm on Friday, March 13th will continue as planned. Opening night performance and post-show celebration of Legacy Land by Stacey Rose scheduled for 8pm on Saturday, March 14th will continue as planned. KCRep is offering free/flexible ticket exchanges and refunds.
Quality Hill Playhouse has made the decision to close their production of BROADWAY THROUGH THE DECADES as of March 12. Ticket holders will be contacted and the production is being rescheduled.