WKU graduate stars in national tour of ‘Veggie Tales Live’

SKyPAC is thrilled that WKU Graduate, Jonathan Perry, will be performing on the SKyPAC Main Stage for VeggieTales Live! Silly Song Sing-Along on September 25th!

WKU News

Jonathan Perry, a 2007 graduate of WKU’s Department of Theatre & Dance, will be returning to Bowling Green next week with the national tour of Veggie Tales Live.

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Perry, a native of Nashville, Tenn., plays the host of the show that features lively storytelling, colorful costumes and lessons about life. Based on the TV show for kids, Veggie Tales is now part of DreamWorks Animation. Veggie Tales Live! Silly Song Sing-Alongwill be presented at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center.

Perry was in numerous shows at WKU including Sweeney Todd, Children of Eden, Blood Brothers and Street Scene, and played the key role of Younger Brother in the WKU Centennial Celebration Production of Ragtime.

“I had a lot of stage time and was given many valuable opportunities,” Perry said of his time at WKU. “I always…

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The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) is a multi-use arts facility located in downtown Bowling Green, Kentucky. that is currently under construction and set to open in March 10, 2012 with Opening Night featuring LeAnn Rimes. Tickets are on sale now for Opening Night call our ticket office at 270.904.1880 or visit us online www.theskypac.com to purchase your tickets today! SKyPAC will house the South Central Kentucky region’s largest performing arts hall, as well as numerous smaller performance spaces and rehearsal rooms. Highlights of the new arts facility include: an 1,800 seat state-of-the-art performance hall that will serve as the home of Orchestra Kentucky, a 200 seat flexible studio theater for intimate theatrical productions, several multifunctional rehearsal halls and classrooms for students, schools and local arts organizations to use as they prepare for live performances, an outdoor amphitheater for ‘theater under the stars’ and an indoor art gallery space to exhibit the works of local and regional artists.

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