Join us this October for Ghost Light: A Haunted Night of Songs and Stories from KC’s Cultural Crossroads! KCRep is thrilled to present a brand new Kansas City tradition that will leave you shaking with excitement! This hybrid concert and ghost-story event weaves together local storytellers and musicians to share frighteningly fun tales from KC’s cultural crossroads. Under the stars at the iconic Nelson-Atkins Museum, your family and friends will be transported into the diverse world of spirits, hauntings, and the great unknown.
Know a child with their own ghost story to tell? Have them enter our Full Moon Creative Writing Contest for Youth!
Go behind the stories and songs — watch this exclusive look at the creative process behind Ghost Light:
Ghost Light is an outdoor storytelling experience that takes place on the South Lawn of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, inside the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park. Due to the outdoor, terraced location of this performance, some guests may find the terrain difficult or inaccessible. For information about wheelchair access and accessible seating, please contact our Box Office.
This performance is approx. 1 hour and 30 minutes long.
Recommended for youth ages 8+. Social distancing will be enforced, and masks are required for all attendees.
Tickets for this production are sold out! Click here to add your name to our waitlist for Sold Out performances.