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Kansas City's Best Performing Arts

KC Arts & Culture
Kansas City's Best Arts and Culture

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

Tim Hursley Photographer

Home to the Kansas City Symphony, Kansas City Ballet and Kansas City Lyric Opera, The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, designed by architect Moshe Safdie, sits on the northern edge of the Crossroads Arts District, just south of the Bartle Hall ballroom. A center for music, opera, theater, and dance, The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts presents a wide spectrum of entertainers and performers from around the world, including classical, pop, and jazz music, ballet and contemporary dance, and Broadway productions. Photos by Tim Hursley.

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Kansas City's Best Art Culture

The Folly Theater

The Folly Theater located in Downtown KC is one of the historic gems of Kansas City’s performing arts community. After it opened in 1900, The historic Folly Theatre which is Kansas City’s oldest theatre, listed on the National Register of Historic places, the “Grand Lady of the 12th Street” presents and hosts a wide range of quality events for the community. Today, the Folly Theatre is filled with the sounds of children’s giggles, thunderous applause for world class performers and the clink of the toasting glasses.

Starlight Theatre

While visiting Kansas City, don’t miss the opportunity to experience Starlight Theatre! Starlight theatre is one of the two self-producing outdoor theatres in the US. A visit is sure to make you addicted after enjoying one of the theatre’s live Broadway Musical Concerts performed on the state-of –the- art Cohen Community stage. This theatre is affordable and fun for all ages.

Kansas City's Best Outdoor Theatres

Kansas City's Best Art Culture

Kansas City Music Hall

The Kansas City Music Hall is a large proscenium with a striking streamline modern interior that seats an audience of 2,400 patrons. The hall presents touring Broadway shows, as well as visiting symphony orchestras, opera and ballet companies and other events. A totally self-contained venue, the Music Hall has its own lightened marquee, box office, main entrance, coat check, restrooms and concessions; this unique Art Deco Theatre is the perfect facility for special convention presentations, general sessions or featured entertainment.

The Coterie Theatre

Thanks to a mission that includes ‘redefining children’s theatre to include families and diverse audiences, The Coterie Theatre at Crown Center has become a beloved destination for families who want their children to experience live theatre. The Coterie’s main stage series includes performances for older students and adults as well as a performing arts lab of sorts, if you are looking for opportunity to enjoy the theatre with the entire family, make sure The Coterie is at the top of your Kansas City itinerary.

Kansas City's Best Children's Theatre

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