Betsy Smith wrote The Complete History of Kentucky: The Interesting Parts; husband Ed, center, produces, directs and makes a cameo appearance in the show, and son Ethan and his two brothers have roles in the sketch comedy that opens Friday in Georgetown.
Betsy Smith wrote The Complete History of Kentucky: The Interesting Parts; husband Ed, center, produces, directs and makes a cameo appearance in the show, and son Ethan and his two brothers have roles in the sketch comedy that opens Friday in Georgetown.
Betsy Smith wrote The Complete History of Kentucky: The Interesting Parts; husband Ed, center, produces, directs and makes a cameo appearance in the show, and son Ethan and his two brothers have roles in the sketch comedy that opens Friday in Georgetown.

Georgetown College play gives Kentucky history a laugh track

April 09, 2015 09:35 AM

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