‘Inside Louisville’ explores history of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
For Release: 11/14/23 8:42 AM
When the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts opened Nov. 19, 1983, it was the premiere facility for performing arts in the state and region. Since then, it has survived a fire and pandemic and recently underwent a rebranding. It continues to be a beacon for the arts community across the state.
On this episode of Inside Louisville, host Kelsey Starks talks with Kim Baker, CEO of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, and others who are pulling the strings backstage about the venue’s past, present and future.
KET Sunday, Nov. 19 • Noon/11 am
KET2 Monday, Nov. 20 • 7/6 pm
Watch on-demand at KET.org and on the PBS app
Inside Louisville, hosted by Kelsey Starks, is a KET production that features conversations with Louisville’s biggest newsmakers and personalities, celebrating the people, places and traditions that make the River City such a vibrant and diverse community. The half-hour weekly program also features stories that explore Kentucky’s largest city, spotlighting its neighborhoods, nightlife and noteworthy attractions.
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