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Peter Pan

Presented by Kentucky Ballet Theatre

05.12.17 - 05.13.17

Rock 'n Soul Pops

featuring music of the Beatles and soul music




More Info On Sale Soon


Featuring Lena Dunham


Legally Blonde

Presented by The Lexington Theatre Company

07.20.17 - 07.23.17

Black Jacket Symphony

Performing Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here"


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Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner announce LENNY: America IRL tour

The tour will land at the Lexington Opera House on Thursday, June 1. Show time is 7:30pm.  

Broadway Live Presents: The Midtown Men

They took Broadway by storm in one of the biggest hits of all-time.  Now on their 7th national tour, THE MIDTOWN MEN are bringing their magic to audiences everywhere, singing their favorite "Sixties Hits" from The Beatles, The Rascals, The Turtles, Motown, The Four Seasons and more.

Broadway Live Presents Neil Simon's Classic Comedy

Barefoot in the Park explores love, relationship, and marriage—the pangs of loss and the joy of reunion.

Lexington’s Laura Bell Bundy returning for “Concert With the Stars” 2017

Bundy to join previously announced Broadway Stars, Leslie Kritzer, Krysta Rodriguez and Matthew Scott for The LEX’s signature concert, January 8, 2017

Broadway Live presents PIPPIN - Jan. 20-22 for 5 Performances

Experience the thrilling 2013 Tony Award®-winning musical PIPPIN - described as “An eye-popping, jaw-dropping, VISUALLY STUNNING extravaganza. THE THRILL OF THE SEASON!”

Rent Opening Night

The 40th anniversary season of Broadway Live at the Opera House kicked off tonight with a raucous and riveting opening of a new touring production of "Rent," a bohemian phenomenon that just so happens to be celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Guys & Dolls : Opening Night

Guys and Dolls roared out of the starting gate tonight at the Opera House for its five-show run. Two words come immediately to mind in describing this particularly upscale production: ambitious and authentic. 

BRING IT ON: The Musical - Opening Night

The Broadway production that was about to open its five-show run here at the Lexington Opera House did not disappoint. In fact, it exceeded all expectations. Whether or not we need one more reason to celebrate, this show, literally, brings it on.