The Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra opens its 2018-19 season with Ryan Shirar playing Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and a semi-staged version of Bernstein’s “Trouble in Tahiti.” It’s Scott Terrell’s 10th-and-final season as music director.
In March 2019, the Lexington Comic & Toy Convention — the most popular public event at the Lexington Convention Center — will have to shrink in half because of a $241 million renovation that will be underway at the center.
Your weekend entertainment options in Lexington and Central Kentucky include Woodford Theatre’s “The Producers,” Actors Theatre of Louisville’s “Dracula,” several haunted attractions and a fall offering from the Lexington Theatre Company.
If anyone seems to have it all in country music, it would be Keith Urban with his hit songs, sold out shows, scorching guitar licks and movie star wife. But something else will be on his mind Oct. 20 at Louisville’s KFC Yum Center.
Lexington Children's Theatre presents local author Sara Turner's "The Ghosts of Pineville," adapted for the stage by Jeremy Kisling. The play combines three stories by Turner, best know for her work as co-owner of Cricket Press.