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Live at the Historic Alhambra: The Stylistics

One of the most successful soul groups ever, The Stylistics had 12 straight Top Ten hits in the early ‘70s including: “You Are Everything”, “Betcha by Golly Wow”, “I’m Stone in Love with You”, “Break up to Make Up”, “Let’s Put it All Together”, and “You make me Feel Brand New.” Among their peers, they were one of the smoothest and sweetest soul groups of their era.

That famous Philly Soul sound is still groovin’ today as The Stylistics celebrate their 50th anniversary with original founding members Airrion Love and Herb Murell, with Jason Sharp and the newest Stylistic, “Bo” Henderson (former lead vocalist of The Temptations) whose amazing falsetto makes you feel as though you are listening to the hit songs exactly as you first heard them on vinyl.

Doors at 6:30 PM | Individual Tickets on sale September 2019!
Tickets $45 (Adult) $25 (Act. Military) $15 (Student)

Sponsored by Rogers Group Inc.

 

Miss Nelson Has a Field Day – smARTs at the Alhambra

A fun-filled musical featuring Coach Swamp. Considered by all to be “the meanest substitute teacher in the whole world,” Coach Swamp applies her trademark discipline to the players’ training, demanding tough exercises and no back talk. In the end, the team changes their attitude, pulls together, sharpens their skills, and manages to win the biggest game of the year.

Kentucky Shakespeare Residency: Romeo and Juliet – smARTs at the Alhambra

The residency event will be presented in each Christian County High School. Event time is subject to change.

Staging Shakespeare – This signature workshop introduces elements of Shakespeare and drama while practicing teamwork and problem solving. Students work through the rehearsal process using Shakespeare’s text to create their own uniquely staged, student-driven performance piece. Students will follow the history of acting while learning the fundamentals of the craft through group improvisational exercises led by an artist educator. They will explore acting tools and techniques from rehearsal to performance.

Live at the Historic Alhambra: Travis LeDoyt: America’s Best Young Elvis

Travis LeDoyt is known as “the world’s best” at portraying young Elvis Presley in his prime in the 50s and 60s. His uncanny resemblance to the “King of Rock and Roll” has audiences gasping when he takes the stage. Once he begins to sing and dance, fans are truly captivated by the authenticity of LeDoyt’s performance, even garnering high praise from those who knew Elvis personally. Sold out shows and repeat engagements around the world further attest to LeDoyt’s impeccable ability to capture the very essence of “The King” and leave fans wanting more.

Doors open at 6:30 PM | Individual Tickets on sale September 2019!
Tickets $45 (Adult) $25 (Act. Military) $15 (Student)

Sponsored by Hopkinsville Electric System & EnergyNet & Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority

 

Struggle For Freedom: The Life of Dr. King – smARTs at the Alhambra

One of Black History’s most influential Civil Rights Leaders, the life and story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of both triumph and tragedy. Learn how Dr. King came to be such an influential leader in this dramatic show.

Contact Molly Campbell [email protected] to reserve seats at this school day event.

Showings Available at 9:30 AM & 12:00 PM

Recommended for Grades 3 – Adult

Missoula Children’s Theatre Presents: The Emperor’s New Clothes

“Dress for success” is good advice that the Emperor takes whole-heartedly, wanting to impress new friends. But where to stop? When the clothes (and other people’s opinions) become more important than the people of the kingdom, trouble brews.

Show time is subject to change.

Missoula Children’s Theatre Auditions for The Emperor’s New – smARTs at the Alhambra

Auditions January 13, 2020 4:00 pm @ Indian Hills Elementary School.

The residency week is open to all students in all area school district. Continuing the tradition, actors come prepared with costumes, sets, and scripts. All they need is the cast!

Live at the Historic Alhambra: The Annie Moses Band

From the Grand Ole Opry to Carnegie Hall, Annie Moses Band has wowed audiences with their unique brand of classical crossover, playing 80+ annual events.

Genre-defying and unforgettable, Annie Moses Band is an ensemble of six siblings of instrumentalists and vocalists. Annie Moses Band fuses American roots with folk rock and jazz in stunning performances that feature strings, keyboards, guitar, and rhythm. Their onstage style is dynamic and filled with show-stopping bravura, creating a unique and exciting experience that delight audiences of all ages. Accolades include 1200+ hours on PBS, fifteen albums, debuts at Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry to sold out house, and travels across the United States, Europe, and even North Korea. Annie Moses Band has been named the “first family of American music.” They are leading an artistic renaissance, inspiring all generations to experience the beauty and excitement of highly skilled musicianship.

Doors at 3 PM | Individual Tickets on sale September 16th!
Tickets $45 (Adult) $25 (Act. Military) $15 (Student)

Sponsored by Hughart, Beard & Giles Funeral Home

 

2nd Annual Skatin’ on the Square

On December 12th – 15th, Hopkinsville will be transformed into Hopkins-chill, offering an array of family-friendly holiday activities downtown, including the 2nd Annual Skatin’ on the Square event.

The 2,500-square foot rink, which measures approximately 60 feet long, will be positioned within the Founders Square parking lot and accommodate 80 skaters during a single session.

Times for Skatin’ on the Square will be announced at a later date.