Carolanne Miljavac’s “She Laughs” Comedy Tour and Darren Knight’s Southern Momma will be rescheduling the July 10th and July 11th performances. The decision was made after closely considering the regulations and protocols that would’ve had to been made to comply with social distancing orders. The new dates are on October 2nd for Carolanne and October 3rd for Darren.
The Folly Theater stands in unity with the Black Lives Matter movement and protesters.
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here are several questions about the changes caused by the CARES Act. With input from other organizations, we have sourced & summarized the provisions that affected charitable giving for 2020 that are outlined in the CARES Act for Individual and Corporate Contributors.
The Folly, in support of the Stay-at-Home ordinance, will keep both the Folly Theater and its administrative offices closed through Friday, May 15th, with the hopes to reopen on Monday, May 18th.
Have you heard the news? We are excited to share that we have been selected to the TOP 5 for a chance to win a free Inspire Generosity marketing study from PROOF Positioning! This study will help us to pivot our marketing and communications during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond through personalized emotional research.
Jazz Guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli & Patriarch of the Marsalis family, Ellis Marsalis, passed away on April 1st, 2020. While we are sad for any upsets in the jazz world like this, these two hold a special place in our hearts. Both Bucky & Ellis have played at the Folly Theater as a part of the Folly Jazz series.
As announced on Saturday, March 21, 2020 Kansas City, MO and surrounding counties are subject to a Stay-At-Home Order effective Tuesday, March 24th at 12:01 AM. In compliance with the city’s new order, the Folly Theater and the Administration Offices will be temporarily closed until said order is lifted.
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.