[responsive][/responsive]Thanks to the Jennifer Lawrence Arts Fund at Fund for the Arts, CTC was able to build capacity for our programming by enabling the hire of much-needed full-time staff. The gift, a strategic grant of $20,000, helped us add Meg Caudill to our full-time ranks, and she’s been busy! This year, she’s worked with 18 schools and a homeschool program,…

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StoryTime Theatre: SKYHIGH TALES by Mera Kathryn Corlett Commonwealth Theatre Center invites your whole family to join us for SKYHIGH TALES by Mera Kathryn Corlett. The performance is an adventure with America’s larger than life folk heroes who showcase the courage, feats of strength, and resiliency that define all tall tale characters. [responsive][/responsive] This production is part of our touring repertoire of…

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[button link=”http://www.commonwealththeatre.org/2016/10/street-closures-saturday-oct-22/” size=”large” target=”_blank or _self” icon=”” color=”orange” lightbox=”true or false”]Street Closures for October 22 – affects classes and performance of The Boy Who Cried Wolf (click to view)[/button] A show for the whole family! This lively adaptation set in Argentina and featuring latin music and dance recounts Aesop’s fable of a youth tasked with…

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Young people from Louisville and Eastern Kentucky are working together this spring to share diverse life experiences and challenge pervasive and often harmful stereotypes through the practice of theatre. Connecting Kentucky is a Walden Theatre education program offered in partnership with Hand in Hand Ministries to bridge 250 miles of the Bluegrass – and some…

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