Center for the Arts
It might take the entire stage at the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts just to hold all the awards won by the performers who'll grace it in the Center's fifth season.
The combination of Eastern Kentucky University’s Spring Commencement and an event at the EKU Center for the Arts on Friday evening, May 15, will likely cause traffic congestion along the Eastern By-Pass in the vicinity of Roy Kidd Stadium, Alumni Coliseum and the arts center.
U.S. Rep. Andy Barr (R-Ky.) and Democratic challenger Elisabeth Jensen will take the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts stage Monday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. as they debate for the Sixth Congressional District seat.
Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts’ fourth season runs the gamut from Tony Award-winning productions to concerts by country and jazz stars, and offers new ticket pricing options and discounts.
Joel Aalberts has been selected as executive director of the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts.
The appointment was announced after a meeting of the Center’s Community Operations Board on Wednesday, July 17.
Performances by Chicago, Dwight Yoakam and LeAnn Rimes, as well as stage productions of “Rock of Ages,” “Mamma Mia” and “The Addams Family” are among the highlights of the 2013-14 season at the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts.
The Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts will present five daytime shows this academic year to students from area schools.
Debra Hoskins has resigned as executive director for the Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University.
Hoskins has served in the position since January 2011. A national search for her successor will begin immediately.
The Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University has played host during its inaugural season to more than 50,500 guests from more than 30 states and abroad.
The EKU Center for the Arts Community Operations Board has elected officers and announced appointments for the 2011-12 term.
Dr. Bob Rogow, dean of Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Business & Technology, was re-elected as chair of the Board. Other officers re-elected were David Fernandez, vice chair, and Barry Poynter, treasurer.