Lexington native and Tony Award nominated actress Laura Bell Bundy received the key to the city from Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Tuesday. She is in town to co-direct the Lexington Theatre Company's production of "Legally Blonde -- The Musical."
Leah Nanako Winkler, a playwright based in New York who attended Tates Creek High School, talks with her high school drama teacher, Lisa Osterman, about her play ‘God Said This’ premiering at the Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville
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
'I didn't think that being a puppeteer would be this difficult.' Treyton Blackburn and Alex Ramsey, actors for UK Fine Arts' production of Little Shop of Horrors, talk about the complexities of controlling the Audrey II puppets for the play.
After graduating from Trinity High School in Louisville, UK freshman Evan Pride lands lead actor role in his first college play, Little Shop of Horrors, performing this Thursday through Saturday at the Guignol Theatre in the UK Fine Arts building
Lexington Children's Theatre producing director Larry Snipes has taken a new turn with directing AthenWest Theatre Company's production of Our Town, a play geared for an adult audience at the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center.
Executive producer and music director Everett McCorvey talks about what it was like to put together this year's It's a Grand Night for Singing musical at the Singletary Center for the Arts on Rose street.
Studio Players presents its annual 10 Minute Play Festival July 28-31, 2016 at the Carriage House Theatre on Bell Court in Lexington, Kentucky. We had actors from each of the seven 10-minute plays in the festival explain their shows in 10 seconds
Lead performers Jake Lowenstein and Alixandra Aish for The Lexington Ballet's production of Romeo and Juliet pose for photos for the Lexington Herald-Leader on Feb. 5th. The Romeo and Juliet ballet will be performing at the Lexington Opera House o
William Wheeler arrived from New York at the University of Pikeville hoping to join the Black Student Union. When he found it was inactive, he worked to start it anew, hoping to promote diversity and change people's opinions of Eastern Kentucky.