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KANSAS CITY YOUNG AUDIENCES

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CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 30th!! © Lea Murphy Photography


all about KCYA Kansas City Young Audiences, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1961. Our mission is to engage all youth in the arts, promote creativity, and inspire success in education.

The result is a proven endeavor the builds critical thinking skills, communication, collaboration and creativity and has the power to transform lives – and the world around us.

We believe we have the opportunity to do something extraordinary – to help children discover new ways of seeing things and expressing themselves.

KCYA has two main services: • In-School Programs, where teaching artists visit schools and use the arts to enhance understanding of curriculum subjects. • The Community School of the Arts, where children come to learn more and develop skills in the arts.

We focus on harnessing the power of the arts to engage and educate children through a broad array of programs delivered by the highest quality teaching artists. We build upon our 55-year history of using the arts to expand the minds, and thinking, and confidence of children.

Learn more about us at KCYA.org

Join us for our Open House events beginning Saturday, January 21st

GENERAL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION CSA SESSION DATES

INCLEMENT WEATHER

STUDENT DROP OFF AND PICK UP POLICY

Spring 2017 Session: January 30 – May 6

On inclement weather days, a decision may need to be

Students under 12 must be walked to and from class by

Spring Break Camps: March 13–17

made to cancel classes. We will make that decision by

an adult. Students who are attending more than one class

(no regular classes)

2:00pm on weekdays or by 8:00am on Saturdays. We

should not be left without parental supervision if there is a

Private lessons: arranged with Teaching Artist

also reserve the right to cancel classes later than that if

break between classes.

the weather conditions worsen. You may call the office at SCHOLARSHIPS

816.531.4022, check our website homepage: www.kcya.

Scholarships are available for students with limited finan-

org or visit our Facebook page for the latest information.

cial means. Please call or visit the scholarship page of our website.

MISSING CLASSES Please call 816.531.4022 to report an absence. Sorry,

PAYMENT POLICY

there are no make-ups for group classes, except for those

Group classes may be paid in full at time of enrollment or

classes we cancel due to weather. Dance class students

may be paid in three installments with the first installment

may be able to make up a missed class by attending a

due BEFORE the first day of class.

similar class or a class one level lower than their current class.

Inspiring In-School Arts Programming KCYA TEACHING ARTISTS COME TO YOU!

CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY All CSA group classes require a minimum of 5 student

STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS

enrollments. Should the minimum number of students not

Each group class will participate in an end of session (in-

be reached, class will be cancelled and a refund will be

class) demonstration during the final week of class.

CREATE

issued. Enroll early and tell a friend to help ensure that all

EXPERIENCE

classes make! If you withdraw your child from a class prior to the first day of class your tuition will be refunded less a $10 processing

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fee per course. No refunds will be given after the second day of class.

UNDERSTAND

www.KCYA.org 816.531.4022

COMPLETE CATALOG OF WORKSHOPS & PERFORMANCES AVAILABLE ONLINE

www.KCYA.org


Welcome to the community school of the arts (CSA) Spring Classes at the Community School of the Arts begin January 30th! Classes meet once a week (or more) for 13 weeks, January 30th through May 6th. We also offer a week-long Spring Break Camp March 13 – 17. The class schedules are included here but all the descriptions and more information is online at www.KCYA.org Why choose the CSA for your dance, music, acting, and visual arts classes? • Small class size • Age appropriate curriculum • Professional teaching artists

Try it week Not sure which class is right for your child? Don’t worry!

• A variety of arts disciplines taught in one place • Convenient Midtown location • Scholarships and payment plans are available

In this guide you'll find class descirptions & schedules for the 2017 Winter/Spring Session:

During the first week of class (Jan 30 - Feb 4) your child may try any age appropriate class (with no committment) to see if it’s right for them.

Multi-class Discount Receive 10% off the total amount when you enroll your child in more than one class.

www.KCYA.org

Theatre Music Private Lessons Multi-discipline Visual Arts Dance Ballet Spring Break Camps

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Theatre AGES

CLASS

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COST

4–5 6–7 7–9 9 – 12 10+ 8 – 13

Creative Drama Creative Drama Beginning Acting Intermediate Acting Advanced Acting Musical Theatre

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5:00 – 5:50 pm 6:00 – 6:50 pm 5:00 – 5:50 pm 6:00 – 6:50 pm 7:00 – 7:50 pm 11:00 – 11:50 am

$155 $155 $190 $190 $190 $190

10+

Behind the Scenes

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6:00 – 6:50 pm

8 – 13 11 – 18

Improv Adventure Advanced Improv

Sat Sat

10:00 – 10:50 am 11:00 – 11:50 am

Leslie Cady Leslie Cady Sarah Nickerson Sarah Nickerson Sarah Nickerson Sarah Nickerson & Leslie Pollock Paige Ahlenius and Brad Shaw John Mulvey John Mulvey

8 – 18

Winter Theatre Performance The Tempest: Where the Wild Rumpus Starts! Directed by Kara Armstrong and Matt Rapport Rehearsals: Feb. 6th – 23rd, times vary Performances: Feb. 24th at 7:00 pm and Feb. 25th at 2:00 pm

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CREATIVE DRAMA

INTERMEDIATE ACTING

Does your little one like to act out stories and play pretend? Then this imaginative class is for them! Each week, students will take a journey to a faraway land. Children’s books, poems, costumes and props will be used to bring adventures to life. Teachers emphasize fun and students often lead the way. The final class will incorporate a sharing for parents to take part in the magic!

In this class students will increase their knowledge of how to create a character for the stage. Voice and diction, character movement and improvisation will all be used to hone their acting skills. The process of creating theatre will also be examined through the eyes of the playwright, director and designers. Come explore what makes someone else tick! Scene work will be shared with family and friends on the last day.

BEGINNING ACTING

Imagination required! In this dynamic class students will use theatre games and improvisational scene work to study the fundamentals of performance. Warm-ups, vocal exercises, movement and character work will all be used to overcome inhibitions and awaken the inner actor. Students will learn the basics of rehearsing and performing simple scenes that will be shared with family and friends during the last class.

ADVANCED ACTING

Take your acting knowledge to the next level! In this advanced class students will increase their acting knowledge by practicing focus, listening, vocal techniques and defining character objectives. Classical and contemporary texts will be explored as students develop a deeper understanding of how to create a rich onstage performance. This class concludes with a showcase for family and friends. MUSICAL THEATRE

Become a triple threat! Students will sing, dance, and act their way into musical theatre. Students will focus on scenes and popular songs from Broadway Musicals. This creative and fun class teaches students how to combine the elements of musical theatre in an energetic and compelling manner. The class will culminate in a performance for family and friends. BEHIND THE SCENES

NEW! In this exciting, new class the process of creating theatre will be examined through the eyes of the designers. If your student wants to know what makes a play come to life, then this is the class for them. Students will explore set design, scene painting, costume design and stage make-up. The class will conclude with a sharing of their work..

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IMPROV ADVENTURE

Improvisational techniques, performance skills, and imagination are all it takes to create hilarious comedy sketches and improv scenes. No scripts or props needed! Students will work with a professional teaching artist to develop their own comedic style and put it all together for a performance for family and friends. Improv classes have an additional performance opportunity at the Buffalo Room each semester. ADVANCED IMPROV

This advanced class will broaden students improvisational techniques and sketch comedy experiences. This class will teach quick thinking and teamwork all while creating unique and hilarious characters. Students will work with a professional teaching artist to develop their own comedic style and put it all together for a performance for family and friends. Improv classes have an additional performance opportunity at the Buffalo Room each semester.

by: William Shakespeare

The Tempest

© Lea Murphy Photography

Where the wild rumpus starts

An Hasf & KCYA Collaborative project

KANSAS CITY YOUNG AUDIENCES and the HEART OF AMERICA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL are collaborating on a performance of:

The Tempest: Where the Wild Rumpas Starts Directed by Matt Rapport and Kara Armstrong Join us as we bring to life this classic with a fun, contemporary twist. The play starts with a shipwreck and ends in celebration. Our one-hour version will be packed with magic, mutiny, savage creatures, spirits and love at first sight all set on a remote, enchanted island filled with wild things! Specific Rehearsal Schedule will be determined after the show is cast (auditions will be on the first night). Students will not always be called but they must be available for all rehearsals. Any known conflicts must be discussed with the directors prior to being cast.

Open to ages 8 – 18, $175 per student. Partial scholarships available. Rehearsals: February 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17 from 4:30 - 7:30 pm February 11 and 18 from 1:00 - 5:00 pm February 20, 21, 22, 23 from 4:30 – 8:30 pm Performance Dates: Friday, February 24th at 7:00 pm Saturday, February 25th at 2:00 pm Participating students will receive 2 complimentary tickets, additional tickets are only $5 each. All rehearsals and the performance will be at the new home of KCYA and HASF at 3732 Main Street.

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Music AGES

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8 – 12 9+ 11+ 9+

Intro to Vocal Performance Garage Band Advanced Garage Band Garage Band

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Karen Engebretson Chris Hudson Chris Hudson Chris Hudson

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INTRO TO VOCAL PERFORMANCE

NEW! Explore the wide world of singing in a group class! This new offering from KCYA teaches the fundamentals of good singing in any style: breathing, posture, matching pitch and song delivery. There will be opportunities for solo singing throughout the course. The final class will culminate in a performance. GARAGE BAND CLASSES

Play, collaborate, and create with others in a ‘garage’ rock band format. Every member will have the chance to try out the various instruments and roles: electric guitar, keyboard, drums and vocals. Through experimentation and practice the group will create its own unique sound. Students will learn classic cover tunes, new arrangements, how to record (using home recording software), the ‘band’ will choose their own name, share their music on Sound Cloud and burn CD’s to keep. Prior experience on guitar, keyboard, bass or drums would be greatly appreciated but is not necessary. Advanced Garage Band requires instructor approval. Garage Band students are invited to perform at the CSA Student Showcase at the Buffalo room each semester.

Private lessons Private vocal and instrumental instruction is also available. Call us for more information: 816.531.4022 Tom Aber Clarinet / Sax Phone: 816-588-6842 Email: tbzaber@sbcglobal.net

Roberta Gumbel Voice Phone: 917-826-5688 Email: gumbelr@msn.com

Maya Murthy Piano Phone: 913- 522-5125 Email: koalabear2023@yahoo.com

Victoria Botero Voice Email: vsbotero@yahoo.com

Chris Hudson Classical or electric guitar / bass / banjo Phone: 816-898-5014 Email: chud37@gmail.com

Tom Plaster Percussion Phone: 913-492-7492

Lauren Braton Voice Email: laurenbraton@gmail.com Karen Engebretson Piano and Voice Phone: 816-309-4930 Email: karen.engebretson@gmail.com

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Alyssa Murray Jazz Piano Phone: 785-656-0302 Email: alyssabmurray@gmail.com

Stacy “Reach” Smith Hip Hop Writing & Performing Phone: 816-308-5936 Email: fudgefactorysounds@gmail.com


Multi-discipline AGES

CLASS

DAY

TIME

TEACHING ARTIST

COST

4–7

Performing Arts Lab

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5:30 – 6:20 pm

8 – 12

Performing Arts Lab

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6:30 – 7:20 pm

Molly Finnegan, $155 N E Ryan Tucker, & Erdin Schultz-Bever W! Molly Finnegan $155 N E Ryan Tucker, & Erdin Schultz-Bever

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PERFORMING ARTS LAB

NEW! This class is the perfect fit for the student who loves it all or wants to give the world of performing a try. Provide your enthusiastic dancer, budding actor, or sensational singer with a sampling of artistic experiences. Our professional teaching artists will work with your child to provide instruction in dance, drama and music. Your child will have the opportunity to explore his or her own talents and interests while becoming a well-rounded artist.

VISUAL ART AGES

CLASS

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TEACHING ARTIST

COST

4–7 8 – 12

Art Exploration Art Studio

Th Sat

5:00 – 5:50 pm 9:00 – 10:30 am

Paige Ahlenius Valerie Bashaw

$170 $205

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ART EXPLORATION

ART STUDIO

NEW! Let’s Create! Students will learn to listen and communicate with their peers as they make jewelry, work with clay, paint, draw, construct and create murals. Each week the room will be set up with various stations, all with hands on art activities. A professional teaching artist will guide the way as young artists find their creativity and learn to work together. The final class will include a gallery-style show featuring favorite projects.

NEW! Does your student like to draw, paint, and work in two and three dimensions? Do they love creating and inventing? In this exploratory class students will draw, paint, make prints and patterns, build a city out of cardboard, and work with wonderful recycled materials to create wind chimes, jewelry, small cars, space ships and more. The sky is the limit!!! The final class will include a gallery-style show featuring favorite projects.

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Dance COST

5 – 12 5 – 12 5 – 12 5–8 9 – 13 5 – 10 9 – 13 10 – 18 3–5 5 – 15 7 – 18

Ballet & Jazz Combo Ballet & Jazz Combo Jazz I Hip Hop / Jazz Combo Hip Hop/ Jazz Combo Hip Hop I Hip Hop II – III Hip Hop II – III Tiny Tappers Tap Dance for Musical Theatre w/Tap Creative Dance Move to the Beat Adaptive Dance Adaptive Dance Lyrical Dance Modern Pilates Mat Class Pilates Mat Class Tiny Tumblers Tumbling

M Sat T Sat Sat Th Th Sat W M W

6:00 – 6:50 pm 12:00 – 12:50 pm 5:30 – 6:20 pm 11:00 – 11:50 pm 12:00 – 12:50 pm 5:30 – 6:20 pm 6:30 – 7:20 pm 1:00 – 1:50 pm 4:30 – 5:10 pm 5:00 – 5:50 pm 6:45 – 8:00 pm

Katie Schilling Katie Schilling Molly Finnegan Jocelyn Hamilton Wendy Harris Wendy Harris Wendy Harris Wendy Harris Bobbi Foudree Amanda January Bobbi Foudree

$165 $165 $165 $165 $165 $165 $165 $165 $145 $165 $230

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10:30 – 11:20 am 4:30 – 5:20 pm 5:15 – 5:55 pm 6:00 – 6:40 pm 7:00 – 7:50 pm 6:00 – 6:50 pm 7:00 – 7:50 pm 11:30 – 12:20 pm 4:30 – 5:10 pm 4:30 – 5:20 pm

Kim Shope Wendy Harris Bobbi Foudree Bobbi Foudree Molly Finnegan Amanda January Amanda January Amanda January Molly Finnegan Molly Finnegan

$165 $165 $145 $145 $165 $165 $165 $165 $145 $165

2–4 5 – 12 5 – 10 11 – 18 11 – 18 Teen/Adult Teen/Adult Teen/Adult

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BALLET & JAZZ COMBO

TAP

Learn the fundamentals of both Hip Hop and Jazz styles. Classes will encourage students to dance outside of the box and to incorporate their own personalitity in each movement.

This class enables you to not just dance to the music, but to become the music as well! This class incorporates rhythms, stylized movements, and most of all fun! Students will learn both Broadway tap steps as well as rhythm tap and short routines.

HIP HOP & JAZZ COMBO

Learn the fundamentals of both Hip Hop and Jazz styles. Classes will encourage students to dance outside of the box and to incorporate their own personalitity in each movement.

CREATIVE DANCE

Description coming soon. LYRICAL DANCE

JAZZ

Focus on the fundamentals of Jazz dance including isolations, rhythm, musicality, flexibility, balance, alignment, and coordination. Students will learn basic dance movements and fun combinations. This class is great for students who have never danced before or who want to try a different style of dance. HIP HOP AND HIP HOP II - III

These classes teach rhythm, coordination, and age-appropriate hip hop choreography with no suggestive music/movements. Hip Hop is upbeat and great for kids who like to move!

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Ballet AGES

CLASS

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Parent & Me Pre-Ballet Pre-Ballet II – III Pre-Ballet II Pre-Ballet II Pre-Ballet III Pre-Ballet III Ballet I Ballet IIA Ballet IIB

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9:30 – 10:10 am 11:30 – 12:20 pm 4:30 – 5:10 pm 10:15 – 10:55 am 4:30 – 5:10 pm 11:00 – 11:40 am 4:30 – 5:20 pm 4:30 – 5:20 pm 4:30 – 5:20 pm 5:30 – 6:45 pm 5:30 – 6:45 pm 5:30 – 6:45 pm 5:30 – 6:45 pm 5:30 – 6:45 pm 5:15 – 6:45 pm 5:30 – 6:45 pm 5:15 – 6:45 pm 5:15 – 6:45 pm 4:30 – 5:45 pm 5:15 – 6:45 pm 5:15 – 6:45 pm 10:30 – 11:20 am

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PARENT & ME PRE-BALLET

BALLET I AND II

Designed with the youngest dancer in mind. This class, for 2-4 year olds with no previous dance experience, encourages Mom/Dad/ Nanny to participate in building the dancer’s confidence and security they’ll need to enjoy Pre-Ballet II without parents present.

Students will concentrate on ballet technique, correct French terminology and flexibility. Classes are structured to teach ballet movements that improve technique but also move and travel across the floor allowing for an energetic and lively class.

PRE-BALLET II

Students will learn basic ballet technique and practice to improve coordination skills and flexibility in this lively and positive class. Dancers are taught to march, skip, gallop, and soar through the air with pointed toes and straight knees preparing them for PreBallet III. PRE-BALLET II - III

This combination class is perfect for pre-school aged kids with stay at home parents. PRE-BALLET III

Students will further develop their basic ballet skills and practice to improve coordination skills and flexibility in this lively and positive class. Dancers are taught to march, skip, gallop, and soar through the air with pointed toes and straight knees preparing them for Ballet I.

ADVANCED BALLET

Advanced ballet classes will greatly improve technique, strength, flexibility, musicality, grace and artistry. Ballet class combinations are created to build a greater knowledge base of terminology while also increasing the dancer’s ability to execute several steps together in one combination. Classes will meet two or three times per week.

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Spring Break Camps: march 13 - 17 AGES

CAMP

TIME

TEACHING ARTIST

COST

5–7

Arts Sampler:

8:30 am – noon

Paige Ahlenius, Molly Finnegan,

$145

Oh the Places You’ll Go!

& Erdin Schultz-Bever

Dive into the arts! This active half-day camp uses drama, creative movement and visual art to explore the stories of Dr. Suess and the spirit of adventure and world travel! 5–7

Creative Playground: Theatre

1:00 – 4:00 pm

Erdin Schultz-Bever

$145

Students will spend the afternoon engaged in creative play. Storytelling will be explored through creative drama games and exercises. Funny voices, wacky moves and favorite tales are all headed your way in this lively and creative camp.

8 – 12

**Combine AM Arts Sampler & PM Creative Drama for a FULL DAY (20% discount!!)

$230

Let’s Put on a Show:

$225

8:30 – 4:00 pm

Sarah Nickerson

The Goof Who Invented Homework During this fun-filled week students will learn how to take a play from the page to the stage - creating their own theatre troupe, complete with original costumes, sets and make-up designs. 8 – 12

Visual Art Camp

8:30 – 4:00 pm

Paige Ahlenius, Jackie Niekamp,

$250

Vania Soto, & Valerie Bashaw This class is suited to aspiring artists at any level. Students will spend the week exploring their creativity and refining their visual art techniques including screen-printing, painting and mixed media.

• Camps begin at 8:30 am, Monday – Friday • Doors open at 8:00 am • Extended day is available 4:00 – 5:30 daily for $45 per child • Full day campers must bring a sack lunch • Camps will conclude with a sharing/performance for family and friends on Friday • Scholarships are available to assist with class fees. Please call with any questions • Visit KCYA.org for more details

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ARTS SAMPLER CAMP: OH THE PLACES YOU’LL GO!

LET’S PUT ON A SHOW: THE GOOF WHO INVENTED HOMEWORK

Dive into the arts! This active half-day camp provides students with a well-rounded and exciting experience in a variety of art forms: drama, creative movement and visual art. All classes are taught by professional teaching artists, who develop interactive, age-specific curricula that promote teamwork, confidence, and creative expression. This camp will feature the stories of Dr. Suess and the spirit of adventure and world travel! The camp will culminate in a sharing for friends and family. Pair with Creative Playground for a full day of fun and enjoy special savings!

Students will learn how to take a play from the page to the stage. During this fun-filled week students will put on an original play inspired by a book of poetry. A professional theatre artist will lead the students in creating their own theatre troupe, complete with original costumes, sets and make-up designs. The final day will conclude with a performance for family and friends.

CREATIVE PLAYGROUND: THEATRE

A unique afternoon camp offering for our youngest campers. Students will spend the afternoon engaged in creative play. Storytelling will be explored through creative drama games and exercises. Funny voices, wacky moves and favorite tales are all headed your way in this lively and creative camp. Pair Creative Playground Camp with Arts Sampler Camp for a full day of fun and creativity and enjoy special savings too. The week will conclude with a sharing for family and friends.

VISUAL ART CAMP

This class is suited to aspiring artists at any level. Students will spend the week exploring their creativity and refining their visual art techniques. Young artists will be working with professional teaching artists to creatively explore the world around them. The week will include screen-printing, painting and mixed media. The final class will include a gallery style showing of the week’s projects.

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A Night at the Museum

featuring: Degas Ballet & Dances of Art

Winter Dance Performance: A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM featuring: Degas Ballet & Dances of Art Thursday, January 19 6:30 pm in the STA Auditorium

An Hasf & KCYA Collaborative project

PERFORMANCES: Friday, February 24th at 7:00 pm Saturday, February 25th at 2:00 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS January 19 6:30 pm

A Night at the Museum Dance Performance STA Auditorium

January 21 10 am – 2 pm

Open House 3732 Main Street

January 23 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Open House 3732 Main Street

January 30

CSA Spring Session Begins

Feb 24 & 25

The Tempest

Mar 13 – 17

Spring Break Camps

March 25 April 8

NON PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID KANSAS CITY, MO PERMIT NO. 1368

3732 Main Street Kansas City, MO 64111

StoneLion Puppet Show CSA Student Showcase

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION

A creative space... a transformational place! KANSAS CITY YOUNG AUDIENCES

OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, January 21 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Join us for BUILDING TOURS, student and professional teaching artist PERFORMANCES, and INTERACTIVE ARTS EXPERIENCES. Become a permanent part of our new home by creating a tile that will be installed in our Family Lounge. Learn more about our TILE WALL project at KCYA.org.

3732 MAIN STREET

If you can’t join us on the 21st, there’s another opportunity: Monday, January 23 Reception for Educators: 4:30 pm Public Open House: 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Call or go online for more information:

816.531.4022

www.KCYA.org

KCYA : CSA Winter/Spring 2017  

DANCE, THEATRE, VISUAL ARTS, and GARAGE BAND CLASSES begin January 30th. Kansas City Young Audiences (KCYA) / Community School of the Arts (...