Episode description: Excerpts from traveling stage shows, sponsored by the Kentucky Humanities Council, in which actors portray five characters from Kentucky history: Nancy Sherburne as Belle Brezing, the notorious Lexington madam; Laura Lee Duncan O'Connell as Cora Wilson Stewart, the adult education pioneer who founded the "Moonlight Schools"; George T. Vaughn as the Rev. Elisha Green, a former slave who fought for civil rights; Jimmy Lowe as author Jesse Stuart; and Vic Hellard Jr. as Gov. Edwin Porch Morrow, who championed women's rights, fair tax assessments, governmental accountability, and education reform. A 1992 KET production.
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First aired: Wednesday, October 2, 2002 (excluding any air dates prior to June 1999)
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