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Kentucky Opera

Magical, Mystical Butterfly

Posted  September 26, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Madame Butterfly By Giacomo Puccini Joseph Mechavich, conductor Kristine McIntyre, director Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents copyright © 2016 Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved.   Talise Trevigne in Madame Butterfly. Photo by Bill Brymer.       There is something magical and mystical about Puccini’s much loved Madame Butterfly, in that it can fill […]

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A D’Lovely Evening of Dance

Posted  September 26, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Cole! Review by Kathi E. B. Ellis Entire contents copyright © 2016 by Kathi E.B. Ellis. All rights reserved   Photo courtesy Dance Kaleidoscope.   Indiana’s Dance Kaleidoscope came to the Ogle Center in New Albany this weekend. As the Center’s Executive Director, Kirk Randolph said in his welcoming remarks, in Indiana’s bicentennial year what […]

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The Bard's Town

As Only This Guy Could Tell It

Posted  September 25, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Sean Keller Presents: Episodes I – VI, A One Man Show Written by Sean Keller Directed by Scot Atkinson Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved.   Sean Keller in Episodes I – VI, A One Man Show Star Wars has occupied a special place in the […]

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Savage Rose Classical Theater Company

Listening To Titus

Posted  September 24, 2016  by  arts_louisville

Titus Andronicus: The Radio Play By William Shakespeare Adapted and directed by Kelly Moore Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright © 2016 Kate Barry. All rights reserved.   Abigail Bailey Maupin, Sterling Pratt, Tad Chitwood, & Neill Roberston rehearsing Titus Andrionicus: The Radio Play. Photo by Kelly Moore. If you are expecting a […]

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Commonwealth Theatre Center

Hypocrite With A Capital “T”

Posted  September 23, 2016  by  arts_louisville

  Tartuffe ByMolière, translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur Directed by Charlie Sexton Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 Keith Waits. All rights reserved.       Alec Elmore, Field Oldham & Frances Rippy in Tartuffe. Photo courtesy Commonwealth Theatre Center. When, in the director’s notes, Charlie Sexton states, “Tartuffe is […]

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