The Public Theatre of Kentucky is taking you deeper into the Arts community. Amber Turner, PTK's Producing Artistic Director, chats with inspiring artists and creatives to find out what drives them and what they love doing. 

Find them here - https://anchor.fm/ptkbackstagebanter or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Anchor

Episode 4: Liz Fentress - Locals may remember Liz from Horse Cave Theatre. Amber knows her as a friend and mentor. Get to know Liz Fentress whose career began touring with the Franzen Bros. Circus and the Guthrie Theatre. In 2017, her play Stages of Bloom world premiered at PTK. http://www.lizfentress.com/

Episode 3: Andee Rudloff shares how being messy may have led her to become a visual artist. Also, we chat about surviving COVID-19 quarantine and her famed cow mural.

Episode 1: Dr. William Leonard - We could listen to this gentleman tell stories for days! Dr. Leonard shares about the first time he realized he wanted to do theatre and the humble beginnings of the Public Theatre of Kentucky.

Episode 2: Michael Rosenbaum - Honorary PTK Board Member and WKU Alum reminisce about his days on the Hill. Plus he shares what it was like being an Impastor, playing Lex Luther on Smallville, and talks about other current and upcoming projects. The man is busy! Check out his podcast Inside of You and some of his favorite charities (besides PTK): Ronald McDonald House and Food on Foot.

Charitable contributions are crucial to our mission of producing quality theatre while serving Bowling Green and the South Central Kentucky region with our renowned educational outreach initiatives for youth and adults of all abilities

More 40% of the Public Theatre of Kentucky’s annual operating budget comes from donor contributions. These gifts make it possible to provide audiences with the definitive theatre experience and give artists the resources they need to create the best possible work with the highest standards of excellence. To support PTK visit - https://www.paypal.com/fundraiser/charity/1492238

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