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6’10 Is An Entertaining And Promising Debut

Posted  December 16, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Mah’gee Foster in Me vs. Me. Photo-Smoked Apple   6’10: A Showcase of African-American Theatre By Lou Johnson, Red Biddix,Brandi Mitchell, Mah’Gee Foster, Adarion Smith, and Gary Brice Presented by Smoked Apple Productions Directed by Nipsey Green, Red Biddix, Brandi Mitchell, Mah’Gee Foster, Iarionne, and Gary Brice Review by Eli Keel Entire contents copyright © […]

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Bunbury Theatre

Christmas Is For Family

Posted  December 16, 2014  by  Keith Waits

The cast of Forgive Me, It’s Christmas. Photo-Bunbury Theatre.   Forgive Me, It’s Christmas Written and Directed by Juergen K. Tossmann Reviewed by Craig Nolan Highley Entire contents are copyright © 2014, Craig Nolan Highley.  All rights reserved. Ah, the holidays. A time for families to gather and enjoy the company of friends and loved […]

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Mistletoe On My Necklace
Performing Arts

Have Yourself A Merry Little Murder

Posted  December 13, 2014  by  Keith Waits

John Collins, Erica Gioldsmith, Makayla Staudenheimer & John Lina in The Twelve Murders of Christmas. Photo-WhoDunnit   The Twelve Murders Of Christmas By A.S. Waterman Directed by Erica Goldsmith and Beth Olliges Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. I welcome any holiday entertainment that injects a […]

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Visual Arts

EDITORIAL: Public Art IS A Necessity

Posted  December 11, 2014  by  Keith Waits

The artist in front of the Bon Air mural. Photo-Sabra Crockett   Commentary by Sabra Crockett Ed. Note: Sabra Crockett is a local artist who worked as Lead Artist on a mural located on Bardstown Road under the Watterson Expressway. It was sponsored by the Bon Air Neighborhood Association as part of a larger beautification […]

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Performing Arts

The Heat In The Samovar

Posted  December 10, 2014  by  Keith Waits

Charlie Sexton & Hallie Dizdarevic in Uncle Vanya. Photo-Walden Theatre   Uncle Vanya By Anton Chekhov Adapted by David Mamet From an English translation by Vlada Chernornick Directed by Hal Park Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved Uncle Vanya is presented by Walden Theatre as a […]

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