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“Be – Our – Guest. Be our guest. Put our service to the test!…”  You know the tune – sing it with me!  Beauty and the Beast, part of PNC Broadway Across America, opens this week at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.  Through your Fund for the Arts dollars, Louisville Theatrical Association provided one hundred tickets to students and parents from Lincoln Elementary to experience this show with its larger-than-life teapot, wardrobe, and candelabra on Wednesday evening.  What an experience!

My favorite part of this show, as you will hear in the video below, is the animated napkin!  So tell me, what is your favorite character from Beauty and the Beast?

I am currently in Oklahoma City on the GLIDE trip learning their best practices but before I left I had the opportunity to visit with some talented and enthusiastic South Oldham High School students to talk about how theatre inspires them.  And what inspires them?  The PNC Broadway Series!

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Upcoming Events:

Now-October 28 A Long Day’s Journey Into the Night, Actors Theatre of Louisville

Now-October 31 Fifth Third Bank’s Dracula, Actors Theatre of Louisville

Now-November 11 Storytelling as Craft: Chapter One, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

October 18-28 Macbeth The Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company, Parkside Studio Iroquois Amphitheater

October 23-28 Beauty and The Beast PNC Broadway Across America, the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

October 24-25 Affrilachian Poems Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft

October 28 2:30pm Haydn Creation, Louisville Master Chorale, Cathedral of the Assumption

October 28 3:00pm Fall Concert, Louisville Youth Choir, Crescent Hill Baptist Church

October 31- November 2 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,Walden Theatre

Just click on the Flickr banner below to check out the photos of the week from the arts community!

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Barbara Sexton Smith
President & CEO
Fund for the Arts
502-582-0100

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