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Starring Vaudeville’s Greatest Laughmakers, “Wolfie and Moley” (Together Again for the First Time!), join the Downtown Cabaret Children’s Company for a pie-throwing, roller-skating trip behind the footlights and into the heart of show Business, when Vaudeville was king! Click here for a review of the show
Geraldine Ann Snyder has gained wide recognition for her work on behalf of young people. Her plays address complex issues through the use of music, comedy and drama. Dramatic Publishing features three of her plays for children.
21c Museum Hotel in Louisville, KY is the first of its kind-a 90-room hotel dedicated to world class luxuries, Southern-style hospitality and contemporary art from living artists. The hotel features a 9,000 square foot contemporary art museum funded and managed by the International Contemporary Art Foundation.
Tim H. Mills, a Branch Manager-Downtown Middlesboro and a proud resident of the Historic Cumberland Gap area, will be singing a song written in tribute to the first pioneers that made their way to and through the Cumberland Gap. The song set to the 1750 time period is a tribute to the beauty and the trail west including the blue skies and the wonderful mountain herself.
The William E. Barth Foundation was established as a charitable, non-operating, private foundation through the generosity of Mrs. Louise Barth Laffan and Mrs. Dorothy Barth Jockell. The foundation was established in honor of Mrs. Laffan’s and Mrs. Jockell’s brother, William E. Barth. Mrs. Laffan and Mrs. Jockell taught in the Jefferson County School System.
Blue Apple Players is a professional acting troupe which reaches an average of 70,000 children each year, mostly through performances in schools and in area theaters where school children come to see the plays on field trips. “No More Secrets” is just one of 36 children’s musicals the ensemble has originated.
Geraldine Ann Snyder, on the cover of TODAY’S WOMAN MAGAZINE!!