The Lied Center is partnering with KU’s Office of Graduate Military Programs, Pawsh Wash and VFW post 852 to present Basetrack, the multimedia theatrical experience addressing war, community and family, in addition to other military-inspired events. Don’t miss these activities in Lawrence, Kansas.
Media and military; a tentative alliance
October 13, 5:30 p.m.
Public uniform display
Lied Center lobby
Public veteran art display
Local veteran art work is on display at the Lied Center lobby.
Looking for something fun and free for the family to do in Lawrence? Join us before the Circo Comedia performance for the Family Fun Party. There will be food, a cool tiger bouncy house, games, a balloon artist and much more. Don’t forget we offer discounted Circo Comedia performance tickets for kids.
Saturday, October 18
Free Family Party, 5 –6:45 p.m.
Circo Comedia Performance, 7 p.m.
Want to know what the experts in the presenting arts are listening to, looking at and channeling for inspiration? Each week a staff member presents an art initiative, of their choice, at the Lied Center staff meeting. Their offerings are so diverse and fantastic that we thought we’d share them with you. Post on social media and forward to your friends. Go-ahead, claim you discovered it yourself.
It is our privilege to support KU and Lawrence by offering a diverse program of performances and engagement activities featuring world-class artists. More than half of them will be making their Lied Center debuts this season. Of particular note are the inaugural Jayhawk Live performances, which highlight campus luminaries and KU students performing with special guests. I would like to express our gratitude to the Friends of the Lied for their invaluable and ongoing support, and please remember: take care of the arts, and the arts will take care of you.
Derek S. Kwan, executive director