Founded in 1989, KWC Performing Arts is a nonprofit international theater company based in Fort Worth, Texas that guides the growth of youth as artists and people, using performing arts to harness their creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. For youth interested in performing arts, the inclusive and professional approach gives them what they need to change the world and be the best they can be! KWC Performing Arts’ touring company includes 30-50 kids aged 6-18 years old. Over the last 35 years, KWC Performing Arts performed at both US Disney locations, the Kennedy Center, the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 30,000 feet in the air aboard an airplane, Reggio Emila’s City Hall, the 9-11 Memorial, Times Square, and many other locations across Fort Worth, Texas, the United States, and the globe. The core values of the organization include excellence in artistic development, integrity, leadership training for children and teens, financial and cultural diversity, equity, inclusion, and ensemble production. ‘We’re here because EVERY CHILD NEEDS TO BELONG.’ Photo by Katie Taylor.

Additional information



Contact name

Tracy Cliburn

Contact address

1300 Gendy Street Fort Worth TX 76107

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Public Performance

$500 – $6, 000

School performance

$500 – $6, 000

Workshop fees

$500 – $6, 000

Travel per diem lodging

$0 – $1, 500


Fort Worth


Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, High, Middle, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller, Very Large

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