While the Broadway touring production of “Dirty Dancing” was thorough fan service, it also turned out to be a solid and effective musical theatre experience to casual fans or even unfamiliar theatergoers.
Kentucky Conservatory Theatre presents “Sweeney Todd.” The Lexington Children’s Theatre has a packed weekend with a visit to Narnia and a journey with Sacagawea. And the Black Jacket Symphony takes on Zeppelin.
Comedian and actor Tom Arnold headlines at Comedy Off Broadway, Studio Players presents “The Big Meal,” and the Harlem Globetrotters including Lexington native Briana “Hoops” Green roll into Rupp Arena.
Opera singer Phillip Gay had to learn how to play basketball for his lead role in "Bounce," an opera that combines opera music with live basketball playing at Calvary Baptist Church Recreation and Outreach Center off of East High Street. It plays Friday through Sunday at the center. Visit Finearts.uky.edu/opera for more information.
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