EKU Center's Aalberts on Eastern Standard

May 28, 2014

Joel Aalberts is nearing his first anniversary as Director of the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts.  The 2014-15 schedule of concerts and other performances will be the first he has put together for the center which opened in 2011. 

Executive Director of the EKU Center for the Arts, Joel Aalberts (right), and Eastern Standard host John Hingsbergen (left).
Credit Richard Turner

The lineup includes concerts by country stars Lyle Lovett, Rosanne Cash and Josh Turner, Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald and An Evening with Garrison Keillor. Also on tap are productions of “Million Dollar Quartet” and “Anything Goes” and performances by The Second City, Chicago’s sketch comedy theatre troupe that helped launch the careers of John Belushi, Steve Carrell, Tina Fey and Stephen Colbert.

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