Thoroughbred Theatre

Address

Thoroughbred Theatre
27 East Main Street Midway
Midway , KY 40347
United States

Thoroughbred Theater is a restored former theater in historic Midway. Concerts are held throughout theyear.

The mission of Thoroughbred Community Theater is to entertain, enrich and educate through the arts. Located in Downtown Midway, KY.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Lauren Hill, Chair
  • Cindy Grisolia, Vice Chair
  • Bob Rouse, Secretary

Thoroughbred Theater is a restored former theater in historic Midway. Concerts are held throughout theyear.

The mission of Thoroughbred Community Theater is to entertain, enrich and educate through the arts. Located in Downtown Midway, KY.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Lauren Hill, Chair
  • Cindy Grisolia, Vice Chair
  • Bob Rouse, Secretary
  • Diana Ratliff
  • Blake Jones
  • Dean Langdon
  • Liz Trontz
  • Bud Ratliff
Contact
Telephone: 
(859) 529-9239

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