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Kansas City PBS is proud to present a new arts series created by award-winning producer Brad Austin, in collaboration with the Kansas City performing arts community. KC Performs brings together a variety of groups and disciplines to perform in some of the most iconic landmarks in Kansas City. Thirty-minute compilations stitch together short pieces of ballet, jazz, opera and drama presented by some of Kansas City’s most talented performers. This series will light up the screen and promises audiences the cultural respite they have been craving.

Don’t miss a special holiday collaboration with the Kansas City Repertory Theater, airing December 17, and featuring an abbreviated version of their intimate fireside rendition of A Christmas Carol. Join some of your favorite characters as they tell the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his encounters with ghosts of his past, present and the yet to come.

Join KCPBS on November 12 & 19, December 17, and on select dates in January for a new series supporting the arts in Kansas City.

With Generous Local Support From:

Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust

John H. Mize and Bank of America, NA Co-Trustees

Tom and Mary Bloch

Robert & Marlese Gourley

Francis Family Foundation

Bebe & Crosby Kemper Foundation for the Arts

Performance Partners and Venues

The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra

KCPBS Studio A

The Melting Pot Theater

Just Off Broadway Theater

Park University’s International Center for Music

Park University Chapel

Opera 180

KC Bier Company

The Kansas City Repertory Theater

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and Kansas City Museum


The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

The Kansas City Ballet

KCPBS Studio A

The Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City

KCPBS Studio A

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