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Bunbury Theatre

The Color Of Art

Posted  February 21, 2018  by  arts_louisville

Brandon Meeks & J. Barrett Cooper in Red. Photo by Hannah Greene. Red By John Logan Directed by Steve Woodring Review by Katherine Dalton Entire contents copyright © 2018 Katherine Dalton. All rights reserved. In 1958, Mark Rothko was commissioned by Philip Johnson to paint 600 square feet of canvas for the walls of what […]

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Kentucky Opera

Doesn’t It Sound Like A Great Movie?

Posted  February 20, 2018  by  arts_louisville

A scene from The Barber of Seville. Photo courtesy Kentucky Opera. Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)                              By Gioachino Rossini Libretto by Cesare Sterbini Directed by Matthew Ozawa Conducted by Robert Tweten Reviewed by Annette Skaggs Entire contents are copyright © 2018 Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved. It is not hard to understand […]

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News and Arts Education

2018 Arts-Louisville/Broadway World Theatre Awards

Posted  February 20, 2018  by  arts_louisville

Members of the cast of the Acting Against Cancer production of Heathers, the Musical. By Keith Waits Photos by Zachary Burrell Photography Entire contents copyright © 2018 Arts-Louisville.com. All rights reserved. On February 19, Arts-Louisville presented the 4th Annual Arts-Louisville/Broadway World Theatre Awards at the Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center. An audience of over 150 attended […]

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PNC Broadway in Louisville

Five Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand Six Hundred Minutes

Posted  February 17, 2018  by  arts_louisville

The cast of Rent. Photos by Carol Rosegg Rent   Book, Music & Lyrics by Jonathan Larson Director Evan Ensign (restaging based on original direction of Michael Greif) Review by Kathi E.B. Ellis Entire contents are copyright © 2018 Kathi E.B. Ellis. All rights reserved Jonathan Larson’s Rent took up occupancy at the Kentucky Center […]

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Commonwealth Theatre Center

We All Deserve A Chance To Tell Our Stories

Posted  February 16, 2018  by  arts_louisville

Young Playwrights Festival 2018 Created, directed, and performed by Walden Theatre Conservatory students Festival produced by Melinda Crecelius & Keith McGill Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2018 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. The annual Young Playwrights Festival gives us a glimpse into what is on the minds of teenagers. A certain preoccupation […]

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