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Ten-Minute Plays On Stage This Weekend in Lexington

Jul 29, 2015
Stu Johnson / WEKU News

    

If one story line isn't enough to hold your attention at the theater, how about seven stories in one night?  Studio Players of Lexington this weekend presents the "Ten Minute Play Festival" at the Carriage House.  One play examines differing views about one particular marriage ceremony. 

The play "He Won't Marry Me" will be the closing act for the Ten Minute Play Festival.  Merrideth Crutcher plays the bride-to-be.  "He won't marry me is about a bride who has some very specific requests,” said Crutcher

(Play Dialogue)

Rich Copley: Woodford Theatre, Studio Players, Les McCann, & Chris Stapleton

May 8, 2015
Rich Copley, via Twitter

It’s time for our weekly chat with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader for a look at this weekend’s arts and cultural events.

Rich Copley, via Twitter

Traffic will likely be an issue for those visiting downtown Lexington this weekend. 

Rich Copley, via Twitter

It’s time for our weekly chat with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader for a look at this weekend’s arts and cultural activities.

Rich Copley, via Twitter

Fans of storytelling are in for treat as the annual Cave Run Storytelling Festival kicks off Friday in Morehead. 

Rich Copley via Twitter

It’s time for our preview of weekend events with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader. This week, Rich tells us about three very different festivals taking place in the region.

It’s time for our preview of weekend events with Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader. 

Rich tells WEKU’s John Hingsbergen that it’s going to be another busy weekend across Central Kentucky, beginning with the opening of a play staged by “Kentucky’s oldest community-involved theatre.” 


The "Pops" of all Music Festivals

May 20, 2011

A mini-music festival is performed Saturday afternoon in downtown Lexington.  It’s a celebration of a retailer who still sells vinyl records.  Also, this weekend, a “pitch black” comedy is performed by Studio Players of Lexington.  Arts and culture reporter Rich Copley of the Lexington Herald Leader offers a sneak peak.