Please read below for answers to some of our Frequently Asked Questions.
When are the Music Theatre Kansas City performances?
Music Theatre Kansas City offers eight, one-week performance opportunities each year.
Winter Show -
One week between Christmas and New Year’s. Actual dates vary with holiday calendar
Spring Break Show -
Dates vary according to school spring break calendars.
Senior Show -
Open to MTKC Graduating Seniors only.
End of May / Beginning of June
"Waiting in the Wings" Day Camp -
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED, open to ages 7-12.
Residential Summer Camp -
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
Overnight camp in partnership with the Hampton Inn and B&B.
Two Sessions: July
MTKC Alumni Show -
Open to MTKC Alums only.
AUDITION ONLY, Professional Adult Actors, Currently Non-Equity
MTKC Annual Gala -
One night formal celebration of the year, August.
Open to the public, but performances are by the students who participated in the shows throughout the year.
Where is Music Theatre Kansas City located?
We have our own theater space inside the B&B Shawnee Movie Theater Complex off 435 and Midland Drive.
There is free parking and there is handicap accessible seating available.
How do I buy tickets to an MTKC performance?
Tickets typically go on sale a month before the performance and online links will be available on our website.
What is the age range of students who can participate in MTKC?
Each MTKC show is different. Our Winter and Spring show is typically open to ages 12 to 18, but can change for specific shows.
Our Senior Show speaks for itself. Our Day Camp each June is for younger performers, ages 7 to 12.
Broadway at Baker is for students entering high school up to those who just graduated from high school (13-18).
Have any of your students gone on to Broadway or Hollywood?
Many of our MTKC students have been successful on Broadway or in Hollywood, and hundreds of them are currently using
their theatre and music talents to work professionally. Many of them graciously return to MTKC to teach, train and share
their expertise with our students. They will tell you they gravitate back to the program because of their personal experience
as an MTKC student.
How is MTKC funded?
Music Theatre Kansas City is a not-for-profit 501(c)3. In an effort to control tuition costs to our students, MTKC relies on fundraisers,
individual gifts, and grants to maintain the quality of program.
Where do your students come from?
Most of them are from the Kansas City metropolitan area, especially during the school year. However, we have had students from all over the country attend our camps. We welcome all students who are looking for an intensive week-long experience in music theatre performance.
Are the camps/workshops limited to a certain number of students?
Most of our big shows feature casts of about 50 young people. But they vary according to show requirements.
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