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Lexington Children's Theatre

Lexington, KY
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  • Lexington, KY
    Est. 1938. Lexington Children's Theatre is a fully professional, non-profit organization dedicated to the intellectual and cultural enrichment of young people and families. LCT creates imaginative and compelling theater experiences for young people and families.
  • Kentucky's oldest community-involved theatre. Studio Players is an all-volunteer operation. Although we are often working at the Carriage House on an upcoming production, we have no regular business hours. If you have a question or comment, please refer to our Contact page.
  • Frankfort, KY
    Capital Theatre is a Black-owned theatre company located in the heart of Downtown Frankfort, Kentucky. Our goal is to tell the stories of the Black experience through live theatre. Our shows will not only feature works of prominent Black playwrights, but of up and coming writers as well. We strive to create a space in which anybody can come and enjoy live theatre.
  • Mary Chelf Jones founded Ragged Edge Community Theatre in 1983.
  • Mary Chelf Jones founded Ragged Edge Community Theatre in 1983.
  • Central Kentucky Community Theatre was started in 2006 to provide opportunities to the citizens and youth of Springfield and surrounding counties to experience and participate in live theatrical arts. After 10 years of producing shows and educating students, Central Kentucky Community Theatre has entered into a unique partnership with the City of Springfield in an effort to expand its outreach and raise the quality of its productions and education initiatives. CKCT is located in Springfield, KY, and performs at the historic Springfield Opera House originally built in 1900. Springfield is the...
  • Flashback Theater is a producing theater company in Somerset, Kentucky with the mission of exploring our present relationship to the world through the lens of our past interactions as a community and through the passionate pursuit of theater that speaks to the soul.
  • We're created in the mold of the London "Pub Theatres." In fact, we NEVER serve food in our theatre during theatrical shows (although we do often offer food during comedy, improv shows).
  • Louisville, KY
    The work of Looking for Lilith is more important than ever and we recommit to our mission of examining history and today from women’s perspectives and lifting up unheard voices.
  • Louisville, KY
    Looking for Lilith Theatre Company is an ensemble company that creates productions and programming through re-examining history and questioning today from women’s perspectives, a practice that frequently uncovers unheard voices. LFL productions and programming serve adults, youth and children locally, nationally and internationally.
  • Louisville, KY
    Through our work, Theatre [502] seeks to build a theatre community that strives for excellence, creating opportunities for artists to grow by challenging each other to always reach just a little farther beyond what we know we can achieve every time we step on stage.
  • Louisville, KY
    We believe in the transformational power of theatre. To fulfill our vision, we will, with the curiosity of Pandora herself seek to: Entertain, engage and inspire our audience, our community and the greater human community by presenting bold, cutting edge and unique theatrical pieces that speak to the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Transgender and Questioning community. Reveal the commonality of all people while investigating the diversity of human nature and particularly the nature of sexual orientation through artistic expression. Examine our individual and collective accountability for our...