Eryn Dailey of Lexington, performed as Joya Sherrill in “The Duke, The Music, The Women (A Tribute to Duke Ellington)” at The Woodford Theatre in Versailles. The musical runs through June 4.
Eryn Dailey of Lexington, performed as Joya Sherrill in “The Duke, The Music, The Women (A Tribute to Duke Ellington)” at The Woodford Theatre in Versailles. The musical runs through June 4. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
Eryn Dailey of Lexington, performed as Joya Sherrill in “The Duke, The Music, The Women (A Tribute to Duke Ellington)” at The Woodford Theatre in Versailles. The musical runs through June 4. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

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