Not a bad seat in the house! We saw the Nutcracker here and loved it. Easy to park right on site, quick access to the bars, and courteous staff.
Kaufman Performing Arts Center --- an arts center integrating music, opera, theater, and dance, will officially open on September 16, 2011 in Kansas City Center, Missouri. By then, cultural and performance programs from all over the world will be displayed here, including classical music, pop music, jazz music, ballet, modern dance, Bainaohui repertoire, comedy and other programs. The art center was designed by Israel’s Moshe Safdie Architects. It covers an area of 285,000 square feet (approximately 26,477 square meters) and includes two separate buildings, each of which is the 1,800-seat Muriel Kaufman Theater. Kauffman Theatre) and the 1,600-seat Helzberg Hall (Helzberg Hall). Both buildings are shaped like a standing shell. Each has a glass roof and glass walls, so that people can take Kansas City’s The scenery is unobstructed. The Art Center covers an area of 5 acres. It also includes a 113,000 square foot (10,498 square meters) performing arts center terrace, which can be used for outdoor performances or as a public place
Right in the center of the city, the beautiful old building, the statue in front is also very flavorful and makes people like it. There are a lot of exhibits in it, but I can’t understand art or niche culture. Not recommended
The architecture of the Art Center is relatively clean and simple.