Check Out a Stunning Ballet That Will Sweep You off Your Feet on Thursday Night
Perhaps the most recognized ballet of all time, Swan Lake makes its highly anticipated return to Kansas City Ballet after breaking box office records in 2016! Be there to welcome this timeless performance at Kauffman Center on Thursday, February 20th!
Swan Lake is a timeless love story that mixes magic, tragedy, and romance into four acts. It features Prince Siegfried and a lovely swan princess named Odette. Under the spell of a sorcerer, Odette spends her days as a swan swimming on a lake of tears and her nights in her beautiful human form. The couple quickly falls in love. Like most fairytales, things are not easy, and the sorcerer has more tricks in store for the smitten couple. Will Odette end up with her Prince in the end?
“Kansas City Ballet's Swan Lake was stunning and indicated a company capable of anything." — The Kansas City Star
Learn how music, special effects, and costumes all make magic on stage by attending a pre-curtain talk, the Belger Footnote Series, hosted by Artistic Director Devon Carney. Dancers, choreographers, musicians, and special guests offer audience members an insider’s view on the storyline, choreography, history, costumes, and music prior to each repertory performance. These informal discussions are free for all ticketholders. They are held at the Kauffman Center one hour prior to curtain.
Witness Kansas City Ballet’s version of the Tchaikovsky classic, Swan Lake, at Kauffman Center this Thursday, February 20th! Swan Lake is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes with one 20-minute intermission. Tickets start at $34 and are available at www.kcballet.org. Don’t miss this epic love story tomorrow night!
Savannah West, the premier apartments in Kansas City, Missouri, is inviting friends and neighbors to attend this unforgettable event! So, lace up your shoes and get ready for a local adventure, like no other!
Thursday, February 20, 2020—7:30 PM
Event Venue Location:
1601 Broadway Boulevard
Kansas City, Kansas 64108