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Some shows going on Saturday night

From left, Kathryn Velonis as the pilot, Abby Reeve as Lois and Alynne Miller as Cass go on a revealing helicopter ride over Niagara Falls in Studio Players’ Wonder of the World.
From left, Kathryn Velonis as the pilot, Abby Reeve as Lois and Alynne Miller as Cass go on a revealing helicopter ride over Niagara Falls in Studio Players’ Wonder of the World. rcopley@herald-leader.com

Things thawed out enough Saturday that some performances will go on tonight, though there are also several cancellations on the arts and entertainment calendar.

The Woodford Theatre will open its production of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men tonight. According to Facebook, plenty of tickets are available. Studio Players will also continue with its production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Wonder of the World, but the theater does allow that if ticket holders cannot make it out, they should call the ticket office at (859) 257-4929 to exchange them.

Kentucky Conservatory’s Theatre’s WinterFest is going to hold off at least another night, canceling tonight’s performance of My Fair Lady. Ticket holders will be contacted about exchanging their tickets, and an option will be a 2 p.m. Jan. 30 matinee that has been added as the production has now canceled three performances.

Another schedule change is Manchester Music Hall’s Kane Brown-Brooklyhn Woods show, rescheduled to Feb. 23.

Previously announced cancellations tonight include Bluegrass Opera’s A Glorious Day, which will have its entire second weekend next weekend, Jan. 29-31, and the Brad Paisley Show in Corbin, which is awaiting a new date.

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