Kids Acting Against Cancer

| January 17, 2013

Kids Acting Against Cancer, a nonprofit theatre troupe that annually performs theatrical productions to raise money for pediatric cancer research, performed a modern interpretation of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery “And Then There Were None” on Jan. 11 in the MeX Theater of the Kentucky Center for the Arts.

Kids Acting Against Cancer is run entirely by kids ages 10 to 25. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the show will benefit Gilda’s Club Louisville and the pediatric hematology/oncology clinic of Kosair Children’s Hospital.

Photos By BILL WINE | Contributing Photographer

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  1. Sandy says:

    These pictures are wonderful!!! Thanks for coming out to the show. It’s also very much about spreading awareness so you sure have your finger on the pulse. Thanks for helping KAAC in their fight to find the cure for cancer.