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Upcoming Productions

“The Blue”

By Beth Kander
September 26-28th at 7:30 PM
September 29th at 2 PM
Stagebox Theatre
3323 Partner Place, Suite 13
Tickets $10 students / $12 General admission
Tickets available STARTING September 16th - ONLY IN ADVANCE by calling 859.425.2550 or go to https://bit.ly/2HD5e3d to order your tickets online.
NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR FOR THIS PRODUCTION!!!

  • This show contains mature language

Can a girl born with bright-blue skin escape the stigma of her fabled, fallible family?

The Alexander girls of Worried Creek, Kentucky, have it rough. The three sisters – two living, one a very talkative ghost – are all that remain of the Alexander clan, a long line of troubled-types. April is a pregnant prize-fighter, refuses to reveal the identity of her baby's father; May is dead (but narrates the strange tale); and June was born with the "family curse": bright blue skin, which marks her as an Alexander and shames her into a hermit-like existence. But June, also called Blue, hasn't abandoned hope. She writes daily to a plastic surgeon in L.A., a man she believes can "fix" her. But when he shows up at their door in Kentucky, all of the sisters’ lives (and deaths) take unexpected turns.

 

BCTC Theatre presents The World Premiere of

“Ladies of Liberty”

By Bo List
Oct 31- Nov 2nd at 7:30 PM
Nov 3rd at 2 PM
Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center
141 E. Main Street
Tickets $10 students / $12 General admission
Tickets available starting October 15th by calling 859.425.2550 or go to https://bit.ly/2HD5e3d to order your tickets online.

When radio station WHIZ-New York loses the actors of its highest rated adventure drama, THE MIGHTY MEN, to the draft in World War II, a new superhero team is created to take their place: The Ladies of Liberty. But these new heroes aren't content to battle petty criminals and cook and clean; they want to help the war effort. When their show is threatened by cancellation, they take matters into their own hands and become the heroes they knew they could be.