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Community 101 at Lyric Theater

A piece in the show that allowed the viewer to interact with the Butterfly wings artwork, by feeling the individual pieces of butterfly wings. Photo by: Dana Rogers

Community 101 at Lyric Theater

Here Denise Gray is giving a tour of the Lyric Theater and Cultural Arts Center to A&S 100: Community 101 students. Photo by: Dana Rogers

Community 101 at Lyric Theater

Jerry Meriwether shows students that the Lyric Theater is "Vibrant. Alive. The place to be and be seen. Between 1948 and 1963, the Lyric Theatre was a thriving entertainment centerpiece for Lexington’s African-American families. Originally built as a movie house, the Lyric opened at the corner of Third and Deweese Street (now Elm Tree Lane) in Lexington. And it quickly became a cultural icon." Photo by: Dana Rogers


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