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November 21, 2012 9:18 AM

Kentucky Conservatory Theatre couldn't wait to tackle 'Spring Awakening'

"As soon as we saw that there were other regional theaters and community theaters that were getting the rights, we applied for that as quickly as possible," says Kentucky Conservatory Theatre director Wesley Nelson, who is directing the production of

Spring Awakening.

It opens Friday at the Downtown Arts Center for a three-weekend run.

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