Barbara Clifton, Adam Smyth and John Barton work to paint the stage in Woodland Park on a recent morning. Workers from Lexington Parks and Recreation and SummerFest worked to ready the stage for the theater festival, which opens June 30 and runs through July 24 in Woodland Park in Lexington, Kentucky.
Barbara Clifton, Adam Smyth and John Barton work to paint the stage in Woodland Park on a recent morning. Workers from Lexington Parks and Recreation and SummerFest worked to ready the stage for the theater festival, which opens June 30 and runs through July 24 in Woodland Park in Lexington, Kentucky. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
Barbara Clifton, Adam Smyth and John Barton work to paint the stage in Woodland Park on a recent morning. Workers from Lexington Parks and Recreation and SummerFest worked to ready the stage for the theater festival, which opens June 30 and runs through July 24 in Woodland Park in Lexington, Kentucky. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com

SummerFest revives legacy of theater in Woodland Park

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