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The 2014 Shakespeare In The Park Summer Season will consist of 8 productions totaling 56 performances over 10 weeks.

3 Kentucky Shakespeare Professional Productions

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Directed by Matt Wallace

June 11-22

HENRY V

Directed by Amy Attaway

June 25-July 6

HAMLET

Directed by Matt Wallace

July 10-13

Rotating Repertory Weeks (all 3 productions)

July 15-27

1 Globe Players Student Production

LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST

July 31-August 3

4 Community Partners Productions in Rotating Repertory Over Two Weeks

AS YOU LIKE IT presented by Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble

PERICLES presented by Walden Theatre

August 5-10

KING LEAR presented by Savage Rose Classical Theatre

WOMEN OF WILL presented by Shoestring Productions

August 12-17

 

 

Now Playing
William Shakespeare and his company built two Globe Theatres.

Lenae McKee Price Joins Kentucky Shakespeare

August 15, 2011

Lenae McKee Price has joined the staff of Kentucky Shakespeare as Director of Development and Marketing, a position which fuses her passion for theatre and non-profits.

Price is a Summa Cum Laude graduate from the University of Tennessee with Bachelor degrees in Political Science and Theatre.  After graduation, she moved to New York City where she worked for Long Island’s most effective non-profit business advocacy organization, Action Long Island. As Director of Development, she greatly increased membership, board participation and corporate sponsorship. A year later she was promoted to Executive Director.

While in New York, Price founded the Young Adult Alliance, a coalition of organizations, companies, and individuals working to engage, educate, and mobilize young professionals in the region. The Young Adult Alliance is now the most influential young professional group on Long Island.  In 2011, she was named one of the top“30 Under 30” Young Professionals on Long Island.

Kentucky Shakespeare is the largest arts education organization in the Commonwealth visiting more than 75,000 children in the classroom each year.

For more information about Kentucky Shakespeare, click on www.kyshakespeare.com or call (502) 574-9900. You can also follow them on Twitter or Facebook.