It always thrills me to take an inventory of our great Arts community. When I see the talent our city hosts (and supports) take shape on our stages, in our galleries, and in our schools – I know we’re on the right track!

This weekend is a spectacular example of how we get things right:

If you missed the Louisville Youth Orchestra at our kickoff earlier this month (or performing a few months ago with “My Morning Jacket” at the Yum! Center) – catch them this weekend at New Albany High School on Sunday at 4 p.m. A great family outing, not to be missed. Sunday’s concert is eligible for our Fund for the Arts ArtsCard discount – so dig out your ArtsCard and go! Click here for more information.

Louisville Ballet opens Coppélia tonight and offers performances on Saturday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Coppélia is a comic tale revolving around a case of lovesickness, jealous mischief and mistaken identity. It’s perfect for the entire family. Click here for more information. A world-class dance performance right on the Whitney stage at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. AND….ArtsRush! tickets for $10 will be available for both of Saturday’s performances.*

Thanks to Actors Theatre and your support of the Fund, I’m also thrilled to provide you with the opportunity to attend one of the most inspired theatrical experiences in America – the Humana Festival of New American Plays! As The Courier-Journal says, “the entire theater world’s eyes” are on Actors Theatre right now. Here’s your chance to enjoy the very best of live professional theatre in your own hometown….and for just $10!

ArtsRush! tickets are available for any performance from today through March 13! Click here to see the incredible selection of what you can experience. ArtsRush! tickets at Actors Theatre are available for purchase at the box office two hours before the performance…and there’s no limit! So, bring your friends!

Just a taste of what makes Louisville a great American city because of your support of the Fund for the Arts. Click here for more information on our Arts.

So many choices – just not enough time!

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