Kentucky Opera: The King’s Man

Kentucky Opera: The King's Man

‘THE KING’S MAN’ AND ‘DANSE RUSSE’ What: Kentucky Opera presents two one-act operas composed by Paul Moravec with libretto by Terry Teachout by Kentucky Opera. When: 8 p.m. Friday, October 11; 2 p.m. Saturday October 11. (An opera preview with composer and librettist will be presented one hour before each performance. An Opera Talk Back […] Read more »

The Kentucky Opera Presents The King’s Man and Danse Russe

The King's Man

From the Kentucky Opera Contemporary Opera webpage: “The American Revolution is the backdrop of The King’s Man as the relationship between Benjamin Franklin and his son William Franklin is challenged as the men take different sides in defining the direction of the country. “Revolutionary” describes The Rite of Spring and its aftermath as the creators […] Read more »

The Forgotten Franklin

Ben Franklin

by Terry Teachout EVERYBODY IN AMERICA knows who Benjamin Franklin was, more or less, and most people even have a pretty good idea of what he looked like. But William Franklin, Ben’s illegitimate son, is known only to those who are well read in American history, even though the story of his stormy relationship with […] Read more »