Review | THE NUTCRACKER at Kansas City Ballet
Pictured: Kansas City Ballet Dancers. Photography: Brett Pruitt & East Market Studios. By Abigail Trabue There are shows so deeply woven into the fabric of the holidays that you can’t imagine a season without them. They are stories filled with joy, with love, and with wonder. They are stories that... Read more
Four Shows to Get You in The Holiday Spirit

Kickstart the holidays with these four shows.

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Kansas City Ballet Offers 50% Off Single Tickets to THE NUTCRACKER

The Kansas City Ballet has announced select single tickets to THE NUTCRACKER will be available at 50% off the regular price. 

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Review: PETER PAN at Kansas City Ballet

Peter and the children really fly, pixie dust sparkles, the cannon booms. Ballet is magic again.

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KC Ballet to Offer 50% Off Select PETER PAN Dates

The Kansas City Ballet has announced a one day discount for select PETER PAN dates.

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Kansas City’s Best Shows of 2017
As an amazing year of performance in Kansas City comes to an end, we’re wrapping up our picks for the best productions of 2017. We asked our critics which of the 66 shows we reviewed this year have truly stuck with them, and below are their favorites. The following,... Read more
Review: THE NUTCRACKER at Kansas City Ballet

Here in Kansas City are fortunate enough to have a company that not only excels in their interpretation of THE NUTCRACKER but is also lead by an artistic director who clearly understands the importance of paying tribute to a classic.

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Eight Shows to See In December

December is, undoubtedly, one of the most festive times of the year and there is no shortage of art to celebrate the season, but that’s not all Kansas City has to offer this month.

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Kansas City Ballet Announces Changes to 2018 Lineup

Kansas City Ballet’s Executive Director Jeffrey J. Bentley has announced a change to the 2018 lineup.

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Kansas City Ballet Powers Through Difficult SLEEPING BEAUTY

Ballet, as we all know somewhere in the more practical recesses, is extremely difficult. Unlike other athletic feats, we as an audience want to believe in the moment that it’s not hard. We want to be convinced for the most part that, if given the right shoes and a fancy costume, we could make a go at this ourselves.

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