Cabaret is on March 6, 2022, with event chairs David and Lauren Atterbury.

2022 Cabaret

For 34 years Rose Brooks Center has presented Cabaret, an event to support services for victims of domestic violence, while bringing an entire community together to raise awareness about our mission. While last year we successfully went virtual, we are hoping to have everyone back in the ballroom this year on Sunday, March 6, 2022, for our 35th Annual Cabaret! Rest assured we will be keeping a close eye on the ever changing global health crisis.

Honorary Chairs

Alan and Mary Atterbury

Event Chairs

David and Lauren Atterbury

Thank You

As strong supporters of the community and long-time friends of Rose Brooks Center, we are honored to have members of the Atterbury family help lead us to success at this year’s 35th Annual Cabaret. Their dedication is equal to their character of contributing to organizations that help our communities thrive.

Thank you Alan, Mary, David and Lauren for your inspiring leadership.

Sunday, March 6, 2022

35th Annual CABARET

Loews Hotel KC + Virtual
1515 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, MO 64108

5pm cocktail hour
6:00pm dinner and program
8:00pm entertainment!

To Purchase Individual Tickets

You have two options this year. Purchase an In-Person ticket for $300 or two for $500
Or you can purchase a Virtual ticket for $150 or two for $250.

Individual Tickets

To Purchase a Partner Level

You can purchase a partner level or give a gift in support of Rose Brooks Center using the form below.

2022 Sponsors – Thank you!

Safe Futures Partners – $30,000

Atterbury Family


Keeping Families Safe Partners – $10,000
American Century Investments
Sherry and Gary Forsee- $15,000
HCA Healthcare

2022 Sponsors – Thank you!

Ending the Cycle – $5,000

Alpine Litho-Graphics
Children’s Mercy Hospital
FCS Private Wealth Management
Bill and Carlene Hall
Jager Family Foundation
Jean Rosenthal
Shamrock Trading Corp.


Rebuilding Lives – $3,000

Clayton Funk
JE Dunn Construction
Amy and Kevin Kozup
Bob and Nancy Petersen