Tag Archives: William Shakespeare

College theaters end year with non-holiday fare

If you are looking for area entertainment offerings this time of year that do not come with Jingle Bells and declarations of “God Bless us, Everyone,” some area college theaters might have what you’re looking for. The University of Kentucky … Continue reading

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SummerFest’s monsters

Kentucky Conservatory Theatre’s SummerFest has its monsters lined up for the annual event July 6 to 24 in the Arboretum on Alumni Drive. The theme for the season is monsters, with trio of shows featuring monstrous characters in numerous forms. … Continue reading

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UK soprano sings Shakespeare

When University of Kentucky soprano Amanda Balltrip started thinking about her masters recital, she looked to one of the masters … of theater. The opera singer’s program at 7:30 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 18) in the Singletary Center for the Arts … Continue reading

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‘Rent’ highlights SummerFest lineup

You don’t have to wait five-hundred, twenty-five thousand, six-hundred minutes for the first local production of “Rent” in Central Kentucky. SummerFest will present Jonathan Larson’s groudbreaking Broadway musical July 21 to 25 at the Arboretum on Alumni Drive to close … Continue reading

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SummerFest: Fucci has his game face on for Prince Hal

Trent Fucci was doing what was normal for guys in his family. His grandfather, Dominic Anthony Fucci, was an All-American in football and baseball at the University of Kentucky in the late 1940s, and he briefly played for the Detroit … Continue reading

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UK’s ‘Richard III’ a history lesson on stage

Here’s our slide show of the University of Kentucky Theatre’s production of The African Company presents Richard III. Mouse over the bottom to get controls. Click on the little comment cloud to the left to activate captions. If you click … Continue reading

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KCTC SummerFest’s 2009 lineup

Kentucky Classical Theatre Conservatory’s Summerfest, held annually at the Arboretum across from Commonwealth Stadium, has unveiled its lineup of three plays, none of which have been presented in the Arboretum in the past decade. They are: Henry IV, Part 1, … Continue reading

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Actors Guild shows getting some road work

Two Actors Guild of Lexington productions from past seasons are getting some road work. AGL artistic director Richard St. Peter and actor Adam Luckey have been in Sanford, N.C., recently to bring St. Peter’s high-tech production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet … Continue reading

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