Michael Whitten, left, Ashley Isenhower and Jim Short star in Tales of the Shimmering Sky at the Lexington Children's Theatre. The play, by Casey Sams, is based on three folktales, each from a different culture, about some aspect of the sky.
Michael Whitten, left, Ashley Isenhower and Jim Short star in Tales of the Shimmering Sky at the Lexington Children's Theatre. The play, by Casey Sams, is based on three folktales, each from a different culture, about some aspect of the sky. Lexington Herald-Leader
Michael Whitten, left, Ashley Isenhower and Jim Short star in Tales of the Shimmering Sky at the Lexington Children's Theatre. The play, by Casey Sams, is based on three folktales, each from a different culture, about some aspect of the sky. Lexington Herald-Leader

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