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Editorial: Innovation and taking chances are how drama has survived

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By The Kentucky Standard Editorial Board

Next summer “The Stephen Foster Story” will celebrate its 60th season.

It also marks 17 years since the concept of a second show was conceived. Through the years there have been numerous efforts to fine-tune the drama at the J. Dan Talbott Amphitheatre. For a time it was even rebranded as “Stephen Foster — The Musical,” but the decision to start offering a second musical concurrent with the regular production, beginning in 2001, was perhaps the boldest innovation of all.


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