Adventurous dramas dominate the footlights this weekend in Lexington. A play produced by the Actors Guild of Lexington has one of the community’s most famous prostitutes looking back at her life. Another production, by the “On The Verge” theater company looks at the end of life with a performance at an actual funeral home. And a take-off on “The Importance of Being Earnest” is staged by the Kentucky Conservatory Theater. With previews is arts and cultural reporter Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader.
Two Shows Look Back on Life
By Rich Copley • Jun 3, 2011