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Performing Arts

Pinkalicious

Posted  August 22, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Andrew Newton & Lauren McCombs in Legally Blonde. Photo courtesy of Acting Against Cancer.   Legally Blonde Music & Lyrics by Neill Bergman & Laurence O’Keefe Book by Heather Hach Directed by Jason Cooper Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents copyright © 2016 by Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved. I am sure by now we […]

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Derby Dinner Playhouse

Southern-Fried Laughs

Posted  August 22, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Tina Jo Wallace, Michelle Bradley, and Elizabeth Woos in The Hallelujah Girls. Photo Courtesy of Derby Dinner Playhouse.   The Hallelujah Girls By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten Directed by Bekki Jo Schneider Review by Craig Nolan Highley Entire contents are copyright  2016, Craig Nolan Highley. All rights reserved. Something southern-fried is cooking […]

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Visual Arts

They Say A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Posted  August 19, 2016  by  arts_louisville

The lobby of the Frazier History Museum.   Julius Friedman: Fifty-Year Retrospective Review by Keith Waits Text copyright © 2016 Keith Waits. Images copyright © 2016 Julius Friedman. All rights reserved. If you lived in Louisville in the late 70’s and early 80’s, odds are your walls featured the work of Julius Friedman. Whether in expensive […]

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Visual Arts

Reexamining What We Think We Know

Posted  August 14, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Adrian Esparza, The New Leaves, 2016, Serape, thread, nails, vintage postcard, 10′ x 24′   By Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. If the surest measure of any renovation is that your first reaction is: “It doesn’t seem like the same space,” then the recently unveiled Kentucky Museum of […]

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Louisville Repertory Company

Not What You Were Expecting?

Posted  August 9, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Leila Toba & Andrew Mertz in Smoke & Mirrors. Photo courtesy of LRC   Smoke & Mirrors By Will Osborne & Anthony Herrera Directed by George Robert Bailey Reviewed by Craig Nolan Highley Entire contents are copyright © 2016, Craig Nolan Highley. All rights reserved. When you hear the term “murder mystery” it’s natural to […]

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