We’re talking about Pooh bear! We all have a favorite character and now’s your chance to see this classic story come to life thanks to  StageOne Family Theatre. Because of the support provided by Yum! Brands, Inc. more than 28,000 school children will get to see Christopher Robin and his friends in The House at Pooh Corner. WOW – we really do live in a great American city!

Take a moment and ask yourself, “What does Winnie the Pooh mean to me?” For me, it means standing on the stage right next to Pooh trying to figure out what he was going to do next. Use your imagination. Send me your “Pooh” stories, and we’ll give one lucky winner two tickets to see Patty Griffin with special guest Scott Miller on October 15th at the Brown Theatre.

Here we go – click below on this week’s video blog and we’ll go on a journey into the Hundred Acre Wood to meet my special friend and find out why our region produces the best children’s theatre in America!

 

Upcoming events:

Now – Nov 3  Gene Spatz Exhibition: The Art of A Paparazzo Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
Now – Oct. 31 Dracula Actors Theatre
Oct. 3-4 Midori Plays Brahms Louisville Orchestra
Oct. 4-26 2013 LVAA Public Photo Competition Exhibition Louisville Visual Art Association
Oct. 5 The Piano Men Louisville Orchestra
Oct. 5 Bourbon Bash 2013 Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft
Oct. 8-27 The Mountaintop Actors Theatre
Oct. 10-19 Six Characters In Search of an Author Walden Theatre
Oct. 11 & 12 The King’s Man/Danse Russe Kentucky Opera
Oct. 12 & 19 The House at Pooh Corner StageOne Family Theatre
Oct. 15-20 The Addams Family PNC Broadway in Louisville
Oct. 19 Symphonic Spooktacular orKIDStra Louisville Orchestra
Oct. 19 Michael Jackson Louisville Youth Orchestra & 2ND CHANCE
Oct. 20 Fall Concert Louisville Youth Choir
Oct. 10 – Nov 2 Louisville Jack O’Lantern Spectacular Iroquois Park

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

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