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Dance

Vulnerability & Identity

Posted  February 19, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Photo courtesy Moving Collective. ID Moving Collective Review by Kathi E.B. Ellis Entire contents copyright © 2017 Kathi E.B. Ellis. All rights reserved. Moving Collective’s spring production was housed at Louisville Collegiate School’s Black Box Theatre; an intimate setting, almost too intimate for the evening’s choreography but – as co-founder Theresa Bautista explained – it […]

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Bunbury Theatre

Reconciling The Past

Posted  February 18, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Rena Cherry Brown, Mia Seitz, & Carrie Cook Ketterman in Three Tall Women. Photo courtesy of Bunbury Theatre. Three Tall Women By Edward Albee Directed by Steve Woodring Review by Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2017, Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Playwright Edward Albee made his reputation in the late 1950’s and early […]

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Dance

In Collaboration On Human Abstract

Posted  February 17, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Leigh Anne Albrechta & Brandon Ragland in rehearsal for Human Abstract. Photo by Sam English.   By Kathi E. B. Ellis Photos by Sam English Entire contents are copyright © 2017, Kathi E.B. Ellis. All rights reserved. “Collaboration” has been a watchword for Louisville Ballet Producing and Artistic Director Robert Curran from long before he […]

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Commonwealth Theatre Center

The Lonely Voice of Youth Cries…

Posted  February 16, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Dhane Harrison & Hermoine Bean-Mills in Dead Playwrights Society. Photo by Zoë Peterson. Young Playwrights Festival 2017 Created, directed, and performed by Walden Theatre Conservatory students Festival directed by Keith McGill Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2017 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. I saw the very first Young Playwrights Festival from Walden […]

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Visual Arts

I Am NOT Heard

Posted  February 15, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Stephen Flemister “Profile of a Thismia”, 2013, Cardboard bust and video projection, 58” x 35” x 24”   #BlackArtMatters Review by Kaylyn Taylor Entire contents are copyright © 2017 Kaylyn Taylor. All rights reserved. #BlackArtMatters is an ensemble exhibit of ten artists. While the subject matter ranges from social activism to personal narrative, it is unified […]

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