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King Lear opens TODAY!!

lighting instruments in place – check
NEW sculpture rockin’ the JSP amphitheatre – check
dress rehearsal on deck – checkWHAT’S NEXT???

Get your tickets TODAY: reserve a picnic table or front row!

Tickets available at the park each performance night $15 adult and $10 for youth 5-10 yrs. (kids under 5 are free) and preferred seating for $20 (reserve either a picnic table or front row seating when you purchase tickets online). General admission tickets bought online are good for ANY performance night; preferred seating tickets must be bought online and require a date selection

Get your tickets HERE

NEW this year: Family Discount Night is June 10!!  Kids 17 and under get in FREE! So pack up the whole crew and come out for a night of family fun und


The 6th Annual Josephine Sculpture Park SummerStage opens tonight with a passionate presentation of William Shakespeare’s King Lear.  The performers, about a third of them new to JSP SumemrStage, are passionate and on point with their performances.

The acting company includes returning performers Clint Gill (Shelbyville); Louisville-area actors Megan Adair, Alana Ghent, Alphaeus Green, Ebony Jordan, Keith McGill, Doug Sumey, and Brian West. Joining the company for the first time are Michael Van Zant (Cincinnati); Louisville-based Ke’Leb Beauchamp, Casey Moulton, and fight choreographer Lee Look; and Karl Seitz (Shelbyville.) This is the first year that the acting company has included an artist from Ohio, demonstrating the growing commitment of area artists to be part of this unique regional endeavor.

Audience members are encouraged to arrive early in the evening to picnic & explore the grounds of Josephine Sculpture Park. Take the opportunity to view more than forty sculptures & murals on exhibition, and bring lawn chairs, blankets, etc. for a comfortable evening of Shakespeare under the stars. The park entrance is located at 3355 Lawrenceburg Rd, Frankfort, KY.  JSP is less than three miles south of I64; parallel to US HWY 127S.

For more information about this year’s JSP SummerStage production of King Lear or to order tickets or volunteer, click HERE.

King Lear at JSP - June 2016

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