Louisville Magazine

SEP 2018

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Special Advertising Section 35th Anniversary Season As the saying goes, "the show must go on," and that is certainly true at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. We are open again and ready to celebrate our 35th anniversary season with a collection of innovative, daring, exciting, diverse, epic, intimate, classic, cutting edge, educational and inspirational performances and events. The 2018/2019 season starts off on a high note, featuring performances such as: Louisville Ballet, Romeo + Juliet, September 7- 8 Louisville Orchestra, The Music of John Williams, September 15 Kentucky Opera, The Magic Flute, September 21 and 23 The Kentucky Center presents, Reese Witherspoon's Whiskey in a Teacup Tour, September 21 PNC Broadway in Louisville, Disney's Aladdin, October 10-21 Louisville Ballet, Mozart, October 12-13 Glenview Trust Enriching Life Series, An Evening with Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, October 17 StageOne Family Theatre, Frankenstein, October 19-31 Louisville Orchestra, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkabanā„¢ in Concert, November 3-4 Brown-Forman Midnite Ramble, Dance Theatre of Harlem, November 9 Kentucky Opera, Enemies, A Love Story, November 9 and 11 PNC Broadway in Louisville, A Christmas Story, November 27-December 2 Louisville Ballet, The Brown-Forman Nutcracker, December 8-23 The Kentucky Center presents, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, December 16 Whatever your preference, The Kentucky Center features entertainment to suit every taste. That same excitement is felt throughout the Commonwealth with a range of arts and educational programs. The Kentucky Center gives talented high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to enjoy a three-week intensive program of study in nine artistic disciplines through the Governor's School for the Arts. We bring the arts to underserved communities through ArtsReach, to healthcare settings through Arts in Healing, and into the classroom through The Kentucky Center's School Programs. The Kentucky Center is much more than a performance venue. Beyond our stages, we bring the arts experiences and resources to every corner of the Commonwealth. The Kentucky Center is committed to fulfilling its statewide mission through outstanding programs that help build bridges of access to the arts for everyone.

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