Do you have a favorite story? Of course you do because that’s how we make friends and stay connected. I spent all day yesterday talking about the power of storytelling at the 12th Annual Nonprofit Leadership Conference. Here at the Fund for the Arts we have a powerful story to tell; one that we feel both enriches and strengthens this community. But truly it’s not our story at all. It’s the story of everyone around us. Join me for a walk down memory lane in the video below and register to win 2 tickets to see the Louisville Orchestra’s orKIDStra Spooktacular on October 20th by sharing your favorite birthday stories on our Facebook page.
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Actors Theatre– October 9-28 A Long Day’s Journey Into the Night at Actors Theatre
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 Chorus– October 14th 4pm Psalms Vespers and Glorias at St. Brigid Catholic Church
Dance Theatre of Harlem– October 20th 8:00pm at the Kentucky Center
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft– October 20 7:00pm Bourbon Bash at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage
Louisville Youth Choir– October 28th 3:00pm Fall Concert at Crescent Hill Baptist Church
Louisville Master Chorale– October 28th 2:30pm Haydn Creation at Cathedral of the Assumption
Actors Theatre– Now through October 31st Fifth Third Bank’s Dracula at Actors Theatre
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft– Now through November 11th Storytelling as Craft, Chapter One at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
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Barbara Sexton Smith
President & CEO
Fund for the Arts