Commonwealth Theatre Center cares deeply about the safety of our patrons, artists, staff, and the general public. Our top priority, at this time, is to adhere to governmental and local guidelines put in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
We are working in tandem with state & local government officials, JCPS, and other local cultural institutions — as well as following recommendations of the CDC regarding best practices for convening our various stakeholders. As such, the following decisions have been made that affect scheduled programming:
LEGENDS: ON THE TRAIL OF DANEIL BOONE ticketing is temporarily suspended. All CTC programs are suspended through March 27.
CTC is looking into keeping the March 28 performance of LEGENDS. Many factors will enter into that decision, especially the status of COVID-19 in our community and the recommendations of state & local officials, the CDC, and other key decision-makers.
We'll post updates as they become available, and we sincerely hope we're able to bring this amazing show to audiences at that time.
To view CTC's full announcement about this postponements and suspension of programming, please follow the link below:
Performance: 3/28/20 at 2:00pm
Recommended Ages: PreK and up
Storytime Theatre – Legends: On the Trail of Daniel Boone
by Mera Kathryn Corlett
directed by Heather Burns
A play for younger audiences, featuring professional actors in the Blue Apple Outreach Touring Company.
Three students hike the woods of Iroquois park in a search for evidence of the real Daniel Boone. Along the trail, they investigate fact vs. legend as they entertain themselves with the bold stories of the Kentucky frontiersman. The performance + Q&A session grows comprehension of literary genre. Show features a set & props hand-made from familiar objects, demonstrating that resourcefulness is a gateway to creative expression.