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Trapped In An Opera

Posted  May 28, 2016  by  Keith Waits

Kristina Bachrach & Preston Orr in The Man Who Woke Up. Photo courtesy of Thompson Street Opera Company   The Man Who Woke Up: An Opera in One Act By Robin Haigh Conductor, Alexander Enyart Directed by Judith Youngblood Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. I am […]

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Performing Arts

Grief And Forgiveness

Posted  May 26, 2016  by  Keith Waits

Playwright Bryony Lavery   Frozen By Bryony Lavery Directed by Hannah Hoopingarner Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved When it premiered in 2004, Bryony Lavery’s Frozen was greeted with a fair amount of enthusiasm in both London and New York, with awards on both sides of […]

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Performing Arts

Why, Nobody Will Oppose

Posted  May 23, 2016  by  Keith Waits

Gary Tipton & Jennifer Poliskie in Anything Goes. Photo courtesy of As Yet Unnamed Theatre Co.   Anything Goes Music & Lyrics by Cole Porter Book by Guy Bolton, P.G. Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay & Russell Crouse Directed & choreographed by Sandy Richens Cohrs Review by Jane Mattingly Entire contents copyright © 2016 by Jane Mattingly. […]

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Visual Arts

Making Art Under Pressure

Posted  May 22, 2016  by  Keith Waits

Artist Julie Leidner presses audience member Charlotte Pollock into service as a model. Photo by Keith Waits Instant Installation Invitational (iii) Spring Meet at Louisville Visual Art Review by Martin French Entire contents copyright © 2016 Martin French. All rights reserved Little is as daunting or as exciting for an artist as starting completely fresh. […]

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Performing Arts

Enter Richard

Posted  May 21, 2016  by  Keith Waits

  Henry VI, Part 3 By William Shakespeare Directed by Neill Robertson Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2016 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Although it is filled with plenty of sound, fury, and violence, Neill Robertson’s staging of Henry VI, Part 3 finds its finer qualities in the quiet moments. This production at […]

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