the Folly Theater is currently working with its rental clients and performers to postpone or cancel any performances or events at the Folly through May 9th.
The Folly Theater has been closely monitoring reports of COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) each day, and feel that at this time with the Mayor’s declaration of a State of Emergency, it is most prudent for us to consider the health and welfare of our patrons, volunteers, staff, crew, and performers as our highest priority. Therefore the Folly Theater will be closed for events and gathering through April 3rd.
Mayor Quinton Lucas has recently announced a state of emergency for the City of Kansas City, MO. Part of the announcement includes the cancellation of any event with over 1,000 individuals in attendance.
At the Folly Theater, The health, safety, and security of our guests, performers, staff, and volunteers is our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the evolving Coronavirus through updates from local, state, and federal officials. The Folly Theater continues to welcome guests to our venue, and have implemented preventative measures inline with CDC and local health authorities guidelines.
The Folly Theater offices will be closed on Monday, February 17th for President’s Day The Folly Staff will not be required to monitor their emails or voicemails on this day. We apologize in advance for any delays this may cause. Don’t forget that you can purchase tickets to most shows coming to the Folly here…
Today, we’re excited to present volunteer Sally Ryan with a special Certificate of Appreciation for putting in over 120 hours in just 3 months updating and maintaining our new donor management system!
Due to the incredible game on Sunday🏈🏈, and our city now boasting a Super Bowl team after 50 years, the Folly Offices will be closed today.
Every year the Folly Business Offices close to allow our staff to have time with their families and loved ones.
The 2019 Folly Frolic was a sensational evening at the Folly with vibes of Parisian cabaret and plenty of rosé! You can learn more about the Folly Frolic with the Hot Sardines HERE!
If you happened to walk by the Folly Theater the night of November 16th, you would have seen the Grand Lady bathed in red lights, feathers, and pearls with a jazz trio playing by streetlights in the alley.