A few weeks ago while we were filming our new campaign video, Bruce Simpson took us to the basement of the Louisville Ballet building and revealed a dancer’s paradise. Thousands of costumes of every kind and shoes everywhere! I couldn’t believe my eyes. I just knew we had to come back and film a video blog from the Louisville Ballet’s closet. Watch my video below and learn the secret to dancing on your toes. Here we go just in time for their season opener Lady of the Camellias at the Kentucky Center on Friday, October 5th.
Join me for this exclusive behind the scenes look at a dancers wardrobe and all those shoes…
From Lacrosse player to Ballet Costume Master, Dan Fredie tells all in his “Spotlight Video” below…
The Kentucky Opera – October 4th & 5th 8:00pm The Prodigal Son at St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church
The Louisville Orchestra – October 5th 8:00 p.m. Dvorak Symphony No. 7 at the Brown Theatre
The Louisville Ballet – October 5th & 6th 8:00pm Lady of the Camellias at the Kentucky Center
Walden Theatre – October 11-20th The Oresteia at Walden Theatre
Stage One Family Theatre – October 13th & 20th 11:00am and 2:00pm Wiley and the Hairy Man at the Kentucky Center
Louisville Youth Choir – October 28th 3:00pm Fall Concert at Crescent Hill Baptist Church
Louisville Visual Art Association – Now through October 7th Art Envoy at the Water Tower
Actors Theatre – Now through October 31st Fifth Third Bank’s Dracula
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft – Now through November 11th Storytelling as Craft, Chapter One
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Barbara Sexton Smith
President & CEO
Fund for the Arts