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Kentucky Shakespeare

Things Are Still Happening In Central Park

Posted  August 2, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Brian Hinds & Leah Roberts in rehearsal for The Two Lobbyists of Verona. Photo-Theatre[502]   Two original plays by Louisville playwrights close the summer season for Shakespeare in Central Park. By Keith Waits Entire contents © 2015 Keith Waits. All Rights Reserved. The Tempest has blown through and taken Shrew and Macbeth with it, but […]

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Music

A British Tar Is A Soaring Soul

Posted  August 1, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Photo-G&S Society of Louisville   H.M.S. Pinafore By Gilbert and Sullivan Directed by Kathy Norton Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents copyright © 2015 Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved. Even if you don’t consider yourself knowledgeable of music or even musical theater, there is a good chance that you have heard any number of Gilbert […]

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Music

David Roth – A Celebration of Life

Posted  August 1, 2015  by  Keith Waits

David Roth (right) with partner Bryce Hudson.   By Kathi E.B. Ellis Entire contents copyright © 2015, Kathi E.B. Ellis. All rights reserved. On Thursday afternoon a goodly cross-section of arts workers, patrons and funders filled the Brown Theatre for A Celebration of the Life of David Roth, former General Director of the Kentucky Opera, […]

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Kentucky Shakespeare

Who Are These Silly People?

Posted  July 31, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Bailey Lomax, Brandon Burk, and Emma Payne in The Comedy of Errors. Photo: Kentucky Shakespeare.   The Comedy of Errors By William Shakespeare Directed by Kyle Ware Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents are copyright © 2015 by Annette Skaggs, all rights reserved. Have you ever arrived in a different city and, while walking around, […]

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News and Arts Education

Healing Through Music With Strive

Posted  July 27, 2015  by  Keith Waits

  By Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Humanity began its history connected to the earth and connected to each other. As civilization was born and grew and we passed through the Industrial Revolution, the slow crawl to an existence overwhelmed by technology became inevitable, as did the […]

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