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2009: The year in Central Kentucky arts

New Year’s Day 2009, I assumed by New Year’s Eve I would have written about at least one Lexington arts group closing its doors. The economy was buried nose-first in the ground and theaters and other arts organizations were closing … Continue reading

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Always . . . Patsy Cline an unprecedented hit

Wednesday performances are unheard of at Studio Players, but that is what Always . . . Patsy Cline has pushed the Bell Court troupe to do. After opening night, the theater which regularly presents performances Friday through Sunday, added Thursday … Continue reading

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Despite economy, theaters adding shows by popular demand

The economic downtown hasn’t hurt some local theaters at the box office, lately. This week, both Actors Guild of Lexington and the Lexington Children’s Theatre announced they are adding performances of their current productions because the originally scheduled dates are … Continue reading

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