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Coppélia In Germantown

Posted  October 4, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Image courtesy of Louisville Ballet   Coppélia Music by Léo Delibes Choreography by Robert Curran, after Arthur Saint-Leon , Marius Petite, & Dame Nanette de Valois Review by Valerie Canon Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Valerie Canon. All rights reserved Louisville Ballet opened its season with a new take on an old classic. Departing […]

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Derby Dinner Playhouse

Dread Unraveling On A Dark And Stormy Island

Posted  October 4, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Brian Bowman, Tina Jo Wallace, and Jon Huffman in And Then There Were None. Photo-Derby Dinner   And Then There Were None By Agatha Christie Directed by Bekki Jo Schneider Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved Agatha Christie herself counted this story one of her best, […]

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Louisville Orchestra

The Mass Is Over. Go In Peace.

Posted  September 28, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Photo-Louisville Orchestra   Mass: A Theater Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Schwartz Louisville Orchestra Jubilant Sykes, Celebrant Joseph Kingsbury, Boy Soprano Arvin Brown, Director Teddy Abrams, Conductor Kent E. Hattebert, Chorusmaster Robert McFarland, Choreographer Soloists: Emily Yocum Black, Ricky Case, Amy Cuenca, Tyler Dippold, Morgan James, Carly Johnson, Philip Morgan, Justin Romney, Chad Solan, Haley […]

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Performing Arts

Jumping Out From A Bush And Saying “BOO!”

Posted  September 26, 2015  by  Keith Waits

The War of the Worlds Radio Show Adapted by Howard W. Koch from the novel by H.G. Well Directed by Sterling Pratt Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved Radio scripts as live theatre can be tricky business. Specifically designed to be heard, and not seen, they […]

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Jes and Lora
News and Arts Education

Patrick Duncan Brings Jes And Lora Home

Posted  September 20, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Brendan Weinhold and Terri J. Freedman in Jes and Lora. Louisville-born Filmmaker Shows New Work at the Louisville International Festival of Film  Interview by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. UPDATE: On October 3, Jes and Lora was awarded “Best Short Film” at the Louisville Festival of International Film. Patrick […]

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