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Laughter & Comfort

Posted  January 18, 2018  by  arts_louisville

John Payonk, Cary Wiger, J.R. Stuart, Bill Hanna; and in front: Tina Jo Wallace & Rita Thomas in Funny Money. Photo courtesy Derby Dinner Playhouse. Funny Money By Ray Cooney Directed by Jim Hesselman Reviewed by Craig Nolan Highley Entire contents are copyright © 2018, Craig Nolan Highley. All rights reserved. Derby Dinner Playhouse is […]

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Louisville Orchestra

Yanked Apart, Torn Asunder

Posted  January 17, 2018  by  arts_louisville

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto The Louisville Orchestra Jayce Ogren, Guest Conductor Gabriel Lefkowitz, Violin Soloist   Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents are copyright © 2018 Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved. “The Show Must Go On” – is a phrase that has been in the theater/music world for as long as there have been audiences. While […]

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Clarksville Little Theater

Change Is Hard Won

Posted  January 15, 2018  by  arts_louisville

Children of a Lesser God By Mark Medoff Directed by Andrew K. McGill Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright © 2018 Kate Barry. All rights reserved.   Ability and disability- what is the difference? In Children of a Lesser God, a speech therapist falls in love with a woman who is deaf and […]

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Pandora Productions

Who We Can Become

Posted  January 15, 2018  by  arts_louisville

David Galloway, Lauren Argo, Brooklyn Durs, & Jacob Cooper in Harbor. Photo courtesy Pandora Productions.   Harbour  By Chad Beguelin Directed by Michael J.Drury   Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents copyright © 2018 by Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved You’ve undoubtedly heard the old chestnut, “you can’t choose the family that you are born […]

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Little Colonel Players

Will The Bees Sing?

Posted  January 15, 2018  by  arts_louisville

Megan Kubac & Michael McCollum in The Honey Harvest. Photo courtesy Little Colonel Playhouse.   The Honey Harvest By Liz Fentress Directed by Alyssa Hendricks Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2018 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. The Honey Harvest is a modest, heartfelt exploration of time and family. Melissa Holt (Megan […]

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