Theatre: Terrorism, DAC
“A shrewd, scary comedy that suggests that it is impossible to live in the contemporary world without becoming a potential weapon of mass destruction.”
– The New York Times
Opens Thursday, January 9
The Black Box Theatre
January 9 thru January 12
January 16 thru January 19
Theatre: Sealed for Freshness, Actors Guild
broad comedy, set at a 1968 Tupperware party.
Theatre: Love, Loss and What I Wore, Studio Players
Staged last year in Lexington by On the Verge, the popular Nora and Delia Ephron play returns to Lexington, this time at Studio Players.
January 9-12, 17-19, & 24-26, 2014
Opening night, Friday and Saturday performances begin at 8:00pm
Sunday matinee performances begin at 2:30 pm
The Carriage House Theatre is located at 154 W. Bell Ct.
THEATRE: The Meeting, Lexington Public Library
Message Theater and the Lexington Public Library presents The Meeting
January 17 at 7 pm
January 18 at 2 pm and 7 pm
POSTPONED: Luke Bryan Concert, Rupp Arena
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17 AT RUPP ARENA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 – RUPP ARENA
Lexington, KY January 17, 2014 — Luke Bryan January 17 concert at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky will be rescheduled for Friday, February 21 due to damage sustained to a piece of the stage during production load out after last night’s show in Columbus, Ohio. The damage occurred after the show had ended and no fans were in the building. The tour’s team will make the necessary repairs to the production elements so the tour may continue.
Previously purchased tickets for Lexington, Kentucky will be honored for the reschedule date on Friday, February 21st .
BOOKS: Shannon Elizabeth Bell, Morris Book Shop
Shannon Elizabeth Bell signs “Our Roots Run Deep as Ironweed” at the Morris Book Shop
University of Kentucky sociology professor Shannon Elizabeth Bell will sign her new book, Our Roots Run Deep as Ironweed: Appalachian Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice. This event is co-sponsored by Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.
In this collection of interviews, sociologist Shannon Elizabeth Bell presents the voices of twelve Central Appalachian women.