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Theater in Kentucky


Theatre in Kentucky

Theater venues in Kentucky include:

Contents

  • Ashland 1
  • Bardstown 2
  • Bowling Green 3
  • Danville 4
  • Falmouth 5
  • Hopkinsville 6
  • Horse Cave 7
  • Lexington 8
  • London 9
  • Louisville 10
  • Paducah 11
  • Prestonsburg 12
  • Pine Knob 13
  • See also 14
  • External links 15

Ashland

Bardstown

Bowling Green

  • Capitol Arts Center, vaudeville house in the late 1890s, a movie house in the mid-1930s, and today a thriving live performance theatre.

Danville

Falmouth

Hopkinsville

Horse Cave

Lexington

London

  • The Gusto Theatre Located in the historic district in downtown London, The Gusto Theatre Company produces a full season of family friendly shows with an emphasis on original works.

Louisville

Paducah

Prestonsburg

Pine Knob

  • The Pine Knob Theatre, presenting two plays from 1950s Daddy took the T-Bird Away/Lucy and Ruth's Diner and two from an earlier time period The Legend of Doc Brown and Down in Hoodoo Holler. The plays run from June to September in Pine Knob Kentucky.
  • Stephen Foster Productions, Stephen Foster-The Musical in Bardstown, Kentucky

See also

External links

  • Directory of historic theaters in Kentucky

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