Listen to the Music of the Lion King, Jr. February 26
Hear the Lion King in a whole new way at the Clifton Center February 26. Holy Trinity Parish School will present “The Lion King, Jr. Musical,” and the story will come to life on the stage. Realistic puppets, catchy tunes and over-the-top costumes will keep kids and adults alike enchanted during the performance. The Clifton Center is a central part of the Clifton community, a vibrant part of Louisville's landscape.
An Evening in Clifton
Clifton is a sprawling community next to downtown Louisville, and the homes here span several decades of the city's history. This neighborhood was developed over the course of 60 years, and Clifton still has many remnants of the past in the community. But Clifton is a place for everything new and vibrant, too. There are lots of locally-owned businesses in Clifton. People come here for great shopping, great eating, art galleries, antique shops and people-watching.
There's a strong sense of community spirit in Clifton, because the people here have a community to be proud of. The beautiful homes range in all sizes and styles to provide a different type of living for everyone. Everyone from young couples to big families to retired professionals come to live here. You'll find gorgeous Victorian mansions, cozy bungalows, charming condos and everything in-between when you come to Clifton.
When you come to Clifton this February, you can find lots of reasons to keep coming back. Explore this community, and you might want to become a part of it.
A Lion King Evening
Simba’s story will come to life at the Clifton Center this February. Holy Trinity will present the Broadway musical thanks to puppets from the Odd-Lot Puppetry Company, the same company that creates many items for Broadway productions, TV shows and the film industry.
Jackite, the same company that created the bird kites in the 1996 Olympic Games, made the lifelike birds you’ll see on the stage. In other words, this play is elaborately designed and orchestrated by some of the best in the biz.
Be at the Clifton Center at 2117 Payne Street at 7pm to see this story in a whole new way. Tickets cost $5 per child and $10 per adult. While you’re here, see what else is happening at the Clifton Center in the coming weeks. Because when you come to Clifton once, you can always find reasons to come back.
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