Our third consecutive summer production at the Lexington Opera House will feature the professional premiere of The Mothers of Ludlow (Music by Paul Boesing, libretto by Martha Boesing). The work is based on the true story of the 1914 strike by coal miners in Ludlow, Colorado - a pivotal event in the history of America's mining industry.
Tickets are only $25 for adults, $20 for seniors age 65 and over, and only $10 for students!
Reserve your seats via Ticketmaster by clicking here, or call the Lexington Center Box Office
at (859) 233-3535. **NOTE: The Lexington Center adds an additional service charge to all internet and telephone orders; the only way to avoid this charge is to get your tickets in person at the box office
(located near the entrance to Rupp Arena).
On October 18. 19, 25, and 26, BgO is proud to present the world premiere of Kelpie, a "play with songs" by Neil Harris. This funny, heart-warming work centers around the Scottish mythical creature of the same name, which is half human and half horse. What could be more appropriate in the horse capital of the world? Join us for a unique story-telling experience! Tickets will go on sale immediately following The Mothers of Ludlow!