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We part the curtain on the Alley Theater, whose mission is to produce progressive theater and to provide an affordable venue for both traditional and experimental artists. Producing Director Scott Davis tells us what's the motivation behind their unique productions including "Evil Dead: The Musical" and the annual InHuman: A Festival of New American Undead Theater.
We’ll tell you about the Peace Education Program and how 30 years after their founding, they’re impacting 20,000 area youths and adults each year.
We check into the Inn at Woodhaven Bed & Breakfast, a Gothic Revival Mansion built by Theodore Brown in 1853 on a 500-acre tract. The house is listed on the National Register because of its architectural significance, and it was opened to the public as a bed and breakfast in 1993.
Joining Candyce in the studio is Karl Schmitt, the executive director of the Louisville Sports Commission.