Arts-Louisville Reviews
News, Reviews and Interviews

In The Spotlight


wonderful_life photo 2014
Derby Dinner Playhouse

Zuzu’s Petals

Posted  November 25, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Sara King , Chandler Baker, and Edward Miskie in A Wonderful Life. photo-Derby Dinner Playhouse   A Wonderful Life Music by Joe Raposo Book and Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick Based on the film It’s A Wonderful Life Screenplay by Francis Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Jo Swerling, and Frank Capra From the story The Greatest Gift by […]

Full Story »

10393663_653241144792455_1103107062829678123_n
Performing Arts

The Fall of Twin Sisters

Posted  November 21, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Haydee Canovas in Monstruos en el Closet, Ogros baja la cama. Photo: James Guest   Monstruos en el Closet, Ogros baja la cama By Gustavo Ott Directed by Jay Maria Padillo Review by Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Many years ago I watched a movie at the […]

Full Story »

4.205306
Performing Arts

Newsies Comes To Town

Posted  November 19, 2014  by  Keith Waits

The cast of the touring company of Newsies. Photo-Deen Van Meer   Newsies Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Jack Feldman Book by Harvey Fierstein, based on the film written by Bob Tzudiker and Noni White Choreographed by Christopher Gattelli Directed by Jeff Calhoun Review by Kathi E. B. Ellis Entire contents copyright © 2014 […]

Full Story »

10317779_886335681385640_8331475162983152161_o
Performing Arts

The Game Is Always The Same

Posted  November 18, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Victoria Reibel & Katrina Strange in The Maids. Photo-Savage Rose   The Maids By Jean Genet Adapted and directed by Tad Chitwood Review by Jane Mattingly Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Jane Mattingly. All rights reserved. The game is always the same for Solange and Claire, the two sisters that tend to a wealthy […]

Full Story »

1277815_400525500098039_2070386773654486960_o
Eve Theatre Company

Flawed Production Shines Light on Issues and Emerging Talent

Posted  November 18, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Caroline Ruark, Dee Scott, Jennifer Siow and Crystain Wiltshire in You Better Sit Down: Tales From My Parent’s Divorce. Photo-Eve Theatre Company   You Better Sit Down: Tales From My Parents Divorce Created by Caitlin Miller, Robbie Collier Sublett, Jennifer R. Morris and Matthew Maher Directed by Anna Neikirk Review by Eli Keel Entire contents […]

Full Story »
Our Supporters

Fifth Third Bank Kentucky One Health Hilliard Lyons Brown Forman Aesthetics in Jewelry Louisville Marriott