STREAMER CONSCIOUSNESS: Twenty-one-year-old rapper Jack Harlow plays Old Forester’s Paristown Hall in Louisville. (Stephen Cohen Photography)  After Old Forester’s Paristown Hall opened its doors in Louisville on July 23, The Kentucky Center was rebranded as Kentucky Performing Arts. The organization also operates three performance spaces — the 2,406-seat Whitney Hall, the 619-seat Moritz von Bomhard Theatre and the 139-seat Boyd Martin Theatre — in addition to the 1,400-seat Brown Theatre.  “The name of the enterprise was The Kentucky Center when the performing arts center opened in 1983, but with the addition of our other venues, it didn’t make sense, so we changed the name to Kentucky Performing Arts,” said Christian Adelberg, Kentucky Performing Arts’ vice president of marketing and communications. “Each of the venues have their own visual logo that’s a variation of the primary logo, and we’re changing all building signage.” Kentucky Performing Arts also is advertising locally via… Continue Reading In Louisville, a New Hall and a New Name

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