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Theatres in Lexington, KY
1.The Lyric Theater & Cultural Ar
300 E Third St
Vibrant. Alive. The place to be and be seen. Between 1948 and 1963, the Lyric Theatre was a thriving entertainment centerpiece for Lexington’s African-American families. Originally built as a movie house, the Lyric opened at the corner of Third and Deweese Street (now Elm Tree Lane) in Lexington. And it quickly became a cultural icon. Everyone has his or her favorite memory – the movies, fashion shows, vaudeville acts, local concerts, pageants – but during the ‘50s it was Jazz, Soul and R&B music that took center stage, with big-name acts like Ray Charles and Count Basie. Soulful sounds filled the theatre with other notable performers including: B.B. King; Wynonie Harris, who wrote Good Rocking Tonight, recorded by Elvis Presley; Mercer Ellington, the only son of Duke Ellington; and Billy Brown, formerly of the Dominos, who formed The Checkers and began recording for King Records. Entertainment wasn’t the only draw. Numerous small black-owned business – from clothing stores to ice cream shops – were launched in and around the theatre. Before closing in 1963, the theatre returned to its roots as a movie theatre, featuring horror films and black cowboy movies plus Saturday morning cartoons. The new Lyric offers much more than a chance to relive history. Come see the beautiful facility and enjoy the modern age Lyric. After nearly 50 years of dormancy since it's closing in 1963, The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center is dedicated to honoring its past while maintaining a strong vision for the further development of both the East End and the greater Lexington & Bluegrass community. 'The mission of the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center is to preserve, promote, present and celebrate diverse cultures with special emphasis on African-American cultural heritage through artistic presentations of the highest quality, educational programming and outreach, film and opportunities for community inclusion.'
2.Carmike Carmike 10
3151 Mapleleaf Dr
I love this place! If you are on a budget this is the place to go and spend awesome family time together! GREAT FAMILY MEMORIES ON THE CHEAP!!!
425 Codell Dr
One of the best theatre I have been in.
4.Regal Cinemas Hamburg Pavilion 16 & RPX
1949 Star Shoot Pkwy
Fully remodeled, reclining seats that are huge, spacious aisles, great sound and screen quality. Totally enjoyable.
5.Cornett Airport Shuttle
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6.AMC Classic Lexington 10
3151 Mapleleaf Dr
6 - 10 Screens
200 Lexington Green Cir
8.Lexington Opera Society, Inc.
430 E Vine St
9.Balagula Theatre Co
701 E Main St
156 W Bell Ct
11.Carriage House Theatre
154 W Bell Ct
12.Actors Guild of Lexington
4383 Harrodsburg Rd
214 E Main St
Screen Count: 2
14.Blue Grass Theaters Inc
3304 Gondola Dr
15.Lexington Children's Theatre
418 W Short St
FOUNDED in 1938, Lexington Children's Theatre LCT is a fully professional, non-profit organization dedicated to the intellectual and cultural enrichment of young people. We are one of the oldest continuously operating theatres for young people in the country and are proud to be the State Children's Theatre of Kentucky. Today, STAFFED with PROFESSIONAL actors, directors, designers, educators and administrators, OUR MISSION is two-fold: TO PROVIDE quality theatre education for young people ANNUALLY, LCT provides quality theatre experiences and theatre arts education for as many as 150, 000 children throughout the state of Kentucky.
16.Lexington Opera House
401 W Short St
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Meticulously restored 1886 opera house hosts Broadway Live and Variety Live series, as well as concerts and local arts performances.
17.AmStar Cinema 14 - Brannon Crossing
150 Langley Dr
This is the best movie theater! Love the stadium seating!
18.The Theatres of Georgetown
401 Outlet Center Dr
I think the theater is great, just right size for Georgetown, lots of theaters and usually has all the new movies. Theaters are always clean and so are restrooms. What more can you ask for?
275 Beasley Rd
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Woodford Theatre produces the highest quality live theatre possible, working to create a theatrical experience that inspires and educates the Bluegrass and beyond!
127 E Main St
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