The cast from 42nd Street, the Lexington Theatre Company's inaugural production, gave a short performance Monday outside the Lexington Opera House. The cast includes, front from left, Lindsey Carroll of Versailles, Elise Mesticheilli and Phillip Giandiletti of New Jersey. Mayor Jim Gray presented Tony award-winning actress Karen Ziemba a key to the city and renamed Short Street to 42nd Street temporarily. The musical runs July 23 to 26.
The cast from 42nd Street, the Lexington Theatre Company's inaugural production, gave a short performance Monday outside the Lexington Opera House. The cast includes, front from left, Lindsey Carroll of Versailles, Elise Mesticheilli and Phillip Giandiletti of New Jersey. Mayor Jim Gray presented Tony award-winning actress Karen Ziemba a key to the city and renamed Short Street to 42nd Street temporarily. The musical runs July 23 to 26. Lexington Herald-Leader
The cast from 42nd Street, the Lexington Theatre Company's inaugural production, gave a short performance Monday outside the Lexington Opera House. The cast includes, front from left, Lindsey Carroll of Versailles, Elise Mesticheilli and Phillip Giandiletti of New Jersey. Mayor Jim Gray presented Tony award-winning actress Karen Ziemba a key to the city and renamed Short Street to 42nd Street temporarily. The musical runs July 23 to 26. Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington Theatre Company's '42nd Street' gets an official welcome

July 13, 2015 11:45 AM

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