Louisville Magazine

JUL 2016

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.16 105 komenkentucky.org ypal.org/connect 9 CirqueLouis performs A Midsummer Night's Circus at Iroquois Amphitheater. 10 The Bard's Town is hosting the frst Derby City Playwright Festival with six new full-length plays (July 7-24). 11 U of L Hite Art Institute presents "Summer Break: Labor, Leisure, Lust," depictions of American consumption (July 1-Aug 5). 12 Kentucky Shakespeare's star- crossed lovers — Romeo and Juliet — in Central Park (July 1-24). 13 The Derby Museum is taking you on "A Champions Tour" to see American Pharoah and other studs at Coolmore's Ashford Stud. 14 Zephyr Gallery's "Project 13- Re: Place" fuses art with built structures (July 1-Aug. 20). 15 Hear the futuristic sounds of Big Gigantic and Ghostland Observatory (with more than 50 other bands — yeah, those schedule conficts are a bummer) during Forecastle at Waterfront Park (July 15-17). "MFK," a gallery show curated by the street-art collective Often Seen Rarely Spoken, at Tim Faulkner Gallery (July 15-31). 16 Or, just go back to the '90s: Faith Evans and Joe at the Kentucky Center. 17 Or, go back to the 1800s with afternoon tea and Regency attire at the Jane Austen Festival at Locust Grove (July 15-17). 18 Pool, er, "sick" day. 19 Landscape oil paintings by Lynn Dunbar at the Kentucky Fine Art Gallery (July 7-30). 20 Hit Zanzabar for Sonny and the Sunsets, whose latest album, Moods Baby Moods, was produced by tUnE-yArDs' Merrill Garbus and takes on similar '80s new wave/funk sounds. (Read: dancing.)

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