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Performing Arts

Shakespeare Obliquely

Posted  June 26, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Riker Hill & Stephen J. Koller in Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. Photo courtesy The Alley Theater.   Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead By Tom Stoppard Directed by J. Gregory Sanders Review by Cristina Martin Entire contents copyright © 2016 Cristina Martin. All rights reserved. To begin with, there was the weather. A discomfiting, anticipatory […]

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Performing Arts

Playwrights Festival Opens July 7

Posted  June 26, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Maren Schikler & Tony Pike in rehearsal for Rachel White’s The Brownstone. Photo courtesy Derby City Playwrights.         By Kathi E.B. Ellis Entire contents copyright © 2016 Kathi E. B. Ellis. All rights reserved. “There are six plays rehearsing in four locations around the city!” Brian Walker’s grin is positively gleeful as […]

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Performing Arts

Stranger In A Strange Land

Posted  June 25, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Gabe Scott in Bashir Lazhar. Photo courtesy of Teatro Tercera Llamada.   Bashir Lazhar By Evelyne de la Chenelière Spanish translation by Boris Schoemann Directed by Kathi E. B. Ellis     Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. The subject of immigration fits the social and […]

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Literature

The Way Of Tenderness And Compassion

Posted  June 23, 2016  by  arts_louisville

The Spoons in the Grass are There to Dig a Moat By Amelia Martens Sarabande Books Paperback, $14.95 Review by Joanna Lin Want Entire contents copyright © 2016 Joanna Lin Want. All rights reserved In her debut collection of full-length prose poems, The Spoons in the Grass are There to Dig a Moat (this year’s […]

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News and Arts Education

2016 Hadley Prize Awarded To Rebecca Norton

Posted  June 21, 2016  by  arts_louisville

LVA Executive Director Lindy Casebier, LVA Board President Marti Kuehn, Rebecca Norton, her fiance Charley Miller, CFL Program Director Anne McKune, & CFL President & CEO Susan Barry. Photo courtesy Sarah Katherine Davis Photography.   Entire contents copyright © 2016 Arts-Louisville.com. All rights reserved. For the fourth annual awarding of the Hadley Prize for Visual […]

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