Glad you got to see the show!

There’s nothing like the experience of theatre. Laughing at the jokes, seeing how actors take on different characters, and being transported by the action or music that’s taking place just a few feet away.

Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone

Did you enjoy the performance? Just click the button for the survey that matches you. Fully complete the survey and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a $100 gift card!

View and download resources for classroom and home to continue the fun!

Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone is made possible through support from many sources. In particular, CTC wishes to thank the following:

The Shubert Foundation, the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, Fund for the Arts, Kentucky Arts Council, Louisville Metro, the Norton Foundation, Kosair Charities, and Communities in Schools Clark County.

There’s more theatre to see.
And more theatre to create!

Commonwealth Theatre Center offers classes for beginners to experienced young actors—and adults too! There’s also a full season of plays, from plays for very young audiences featuring our professional touring company of actors all the way up to the Young American Shakespeare Festival held every May and performed by skilled young actors taking part in CTC’s Walden Theatre Conservatory.

See your next play with CTC

The upcoming 2020-2021 Season (including offerings available to schools) will be announced in the coming weeks. 

Thanks for your patience while we ride out this uncertain time. Stay healthy, and we’ll be ramping up soon!

Take the stage yourself!

Whether you’re a beginner or have a ton of roles behind you, the Conservatory is a way to get world-class pre-professional theatre training right here in Louisville! Classes are available throughout the school year and camps run throughout summer.

Info and Enrollment Info

  • ages 5-18 + adults, beginners to pre-professional
  • all levels of experience
  • No audition is required

Graduates are sought-after by the top undergrad and graduate theatre programs in the nation (and abroad), and alumni go on work at Broadway, Hollywood, and everything between in a wide range of disciplines. Actors, opera sopranos, arts administrators, theatre lighting/costume/set designers, filmmakers, stage managers, lawyers, doctors, and business leaders all develop their skills here.

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