Director Jeremy Kisling and his wife, choreographer Amie Kisling, with their son, Leo, 2, on the set of the Summer Family Musical at Lexington Children’s Theatre. This year’s production is “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.” They are among 10 families working on this year’s production.
Director Jeremy Kisling and his wife, choreographer Amie Kisling, with their son, Leo, 2, on the set of the Summer Family Musical at Lexington Children’s Theatre. This year’s production is “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.” They are among 10 families working on this year’s production. Matt Goins
Director Jeremy Kisling and his wife, choreographer Amie Kisling, with their son, Leo, 2, on the set of the Summer Family Musical at Lexington Children’s Theatre. This year’s production is “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.” They are among 10 families working on this year’s production. Matt Goins

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