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War From One Who Lived Within It

Posted  October 25, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Judith Brockenbrough McGuire   Diary of a Southern Refugee During the War:  Annotated Edition by Judith Brockenbrough McGuire edited by James I. Robertson Jr. Lexington:  University Press of Kentucky, 2014 360 pp.; $60 cloth, $28 paperback Review by Katherine Dalton Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Katherine Dalton. All rights reserved. Originally published in 1867 […]

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Louisville Orchestra

Those Rhapsodic Slavs

Posted  October 24, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Igor Stravinsky   The Firebird Louisville Orchestra Teddy Abrams, conductor Review by Annette Skaggs. Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved If Thursday night’s Music without Borders program, with every pew filled to capacity and beyond at St. Francis in the Fields, is an indication of how well the series will […]

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News and Arts Education

Nothing Less Than Extraordinary

Posted  October 23, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Alicia Moscoso Mendez, Martha Lidia Ajxup, Juana Herlinda Yac Salanic & Jennifer Thalman-Kepler.   Looking for Lilith Brings Their Guatemalan Partners to Louisville Text & photos by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Looking for Lilith company members have been making annual visits to Guatemala for 10 years, […]

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Pandora Productions

Neill Robertson Takes His Maurizio Uptown

Posted  October 22, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Photo: Benjamin Marcum Photography   By Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2014, Keith Waits.  All rights reserved. Louisville actor Neill Robertson has twice played Maurizio Le Grande for Pandora Productions: first in 2012 for My Big Gay Italian Wedding and again in September of this year for its sequel, My Big Gay Italian […]

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Performing Arts

University of Louisville 2014 New Music Festival Welcomes Composer Bent Sørensen

Posted  October 22, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Danish composer Bent Sørensen   Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Arts-Louisville. All rights reserved. The term ‘classical music’ feels like a misnomer when it comes to contemporary composers writing new work for orchestras. Regular orchestra patrons accustomed to Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven are only rarely introduced to such fresh compositions, but the annual University […]

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