The Conservatory



SummerFest, by Rich Copely

"Anthony and Cleopatra" is a triumph on every level, by Candace Chaney

Fascinating "Lord of the Flies" asks questions of humanity, by Candace Chaney

At play in the age of aquarius, by Rich Copley


Bob Singleton: Acting the parts, by Rich Copley

Review: "Henry IV" is solid as a rock, by Candace Chaney

"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde": Dark, haunting and different, by Candace Chaney


"Rent" highlights SummerFest lineup, by Rich Copley

Getting ready for summer "Rent", by Rich Copley

Women to direct all three SummerFest plays this year, by Rich Copley

"Rent" Notebook: Finding the right voices, by Rich Copley

Life imitates art as cast of "Rent" forges emotional connections, by Rich Copley

Unlike his character, "Rent" actor makes most of his opportunity, by Rich Copely

For Lexington actress, taking part requires great role, by Rich Copley

Becoming Mr. Darcy suits actor's sensibilities, by Rich Copley

SummerFest's "Pride and Prejudice" has a real mother-daughter act, by Rich Copley

Review: Director, cast turn "Merchant" into stellar summer theater, by Candace Chaney

Review: "Pride" serves audience, Austen extremely well, by Candace Chaney

High-energy "Rent" overcomes technical glitches at SummerFest, by Candace Chaney


Oscar Wilde gets a modern twist in "The Impersonation of Being Earnest", by Rich Copley

SummerFest: Bo knows monsters, by Rich Copley

Dmetrius Conley relishes his career as a Shakespearean actor, by Rich Copley

From opera to musical theater, "Rocky Horror" lead braches out, by Rich Copley

Review: "Richard III" is superb retelling of Shakespeare's historical play, by Candace Chaney

SummerFest's "Frankenstein" a sophisticated retelling of a classic, by Candace Chaney

SummerFest's "Richard III" Gallery, by Rich Copley

SummerFest's "The Rocky Horror Show" Gallery, by Rich Copley

Review: SummerFest's "Rocky Horror" is sexy tour de force, by Tedrin Blair Lindsay

Actor Nick Vannoy is having a great ride, by Rich Copley

SummerFest no longer going by the calendar, by Rich Copley

"August: Osage County" is a powerful exploration of the sins of the family, by Tedrin Blair Lindsay

SummerFest's "August: Osage County" Gallery, by Rich Copley

"Rocky Horror" with Chico Fellini,


Kentucky Conservatory Theatre and SummerFest are rebooting, by Rich Copley

Lexington native Lucille Sharp cast in PBS's "Downton Abbey", by Beverly Fortune

SummerFest's new general manager has a 'unique set of skills', by Rich Copley


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