KANSAS CITY, Mo. —
The Kansas City Ballet returns to the stage with three live performances at Starlight Theatre on May 21 and 22, and one of the performances will be a special event focused on celebrating Kansas City’s essential and front-line workers.
“Kansas City Ballet would like to extend a very special offer to our community in celebration of essential and frontline workers with a free performance Saturday, May 22, at 2 p.m. as our way of thanking them for all their vital work this past year,” the ballet said in a news release.
The ballet said masks, social distancing and safety protocols will be required. There will be concessions available for purchase.
“Kansas City Ballet welcomes you to Starlight Theatre for a 70-minute performance uniquely designed to tantalize your sense of adventure,” the ballet said. “All ballets on the Kansas City Ballet at Starlight program are brand new works by extraordinarily gifted choreographers. These outdoor performances will be an exciting opportunity to experience live ballet on stage once again.”