Our goal is to give those who dance with us,
skills that will enrich their life, and the tools to enhance any future endeavors.

 


The standards of our studio are the highest. Our qualified professional teachers have studied with the finest artists in the world. The Conservatory’s environment is disciplined, orderly, dedicated, energetic and caring. It is our objective to develop grace and self-esteem in children and to inspire enthusiasm and a sense of well-being for all – no matter what their aspirations – through a healthy and challenging art form.

DanceWorks Conservatory, a dance studio in Kansas City, has offered classes in ballet, pointe, jazz, hip hop and more for over 20 years. All classes are taught by highly-qualified professionals with the experience and dedication to guide, inspire and nurture all students in their dance training.

 

 

Our Teachers

DanceWorks Conservatory’s teaching staff is comprised of some of the most well-known artists. Be it dance, music, or voice, DanceWorks Conservatory takes young and adult minds alike and refines their skills in the arts the student loves. DanceWorks Conservatory is committed to continually offering the finest training in the Kansas City area, and is hailed throughout as having some of the finest technique
training in the nation.

Krissy Adams Krissy Eastwood began her training at age four in ballet, jazz, and modern. She was a member of Lake Cities Ballet Theatre, where she had the opportunity to perform in many different productions including Le Ballet de Dracula, The Nutcracker, Giselle staged by Julie Kent, and George Balanchine’s Serenade. Krissy performed in many contemporary works including Brandenburgs which was performed at Youth America Grand Prix. She furthered her training by spending a summer at American Ballet Theatre’s Austin summer intensive.  Krissy graduated Summa Cum Laude from Friends University in Wichita, Kansas under the direction of Stan K. Rogers and Sharon Rogers earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ballet. During her time at Friends University, she had the opportunity to perform in many works, including Les Sylphide, The Nutcracker, The Great Plains, Firebird, Theme and Variations, and Serenade for Strings. Krissy worked with notable choreographers including Dominic Walsh, Melanie Buchanan-Murray, James Wallace , Misty Rascon-Smith, and Nick Blaylock. She was selected to perform a piece by Stan Rogers at the 5th Annual International Dance Festival in Cancun, Mexico. She furthered her training by attending Rogers Ballet Inc. in Wichita, Kansas and Contemporary Ballet Dallas in Dallas, Texas.

Krissy Adams

Krissy Eastwood began her training at age four in ballet, jazz, and modern. She was a member of Lake Cities Ballet Theatre, where she had the opportunity to perform in many different productions including Le Ballet de Dracula, The Nutcracker, Giselle staged by Julie Kent, and George Balanchine’s Serenade. Krissy performed in many contemporary works including Brandenburgs which was performed at Youth America Grand Prix. She furthered her training by spending a summer at American Ballet Theatre’s Austin summer intensive. 

Krissy graduated Summa Cum Laude from Friends University in Wichita, Kansas under the direction of Stan K. Rogers and Sharon Rogers earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ballet. During her time at Friends University, she had the opportunity to perform in many works, including Les Sylphide, The Nutcracker, The Great Plains, Firebird, Theme and Variations, and Serenade for Strings. Krissy worked with notable choreographers including Dominic Walsh, Melanie Buchanan-Murray, James Wallace , Misty Rascon-Smith, and Nick Blaylock. She was selected to perform a piece by Stan Rogers at the 5th Annual International Dance Festival in Cancun, Mexico. She furthered her training by attending Rogers Ballet Inc. in Wichita, Kansas and Contemporary Ballet Dallas in Dallas, Texas.