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Lucas Papaelias, Marinda Anderson in AIRNESS by Chelsea Marcantel, 2017 Humana Festival. Photo by Bill Brymer.
Actors Theatre of Louisville

Golden Gods Of Rock

Posted  March 27, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Lucas Papaelias & Marinda Anderson in Airness. Photo by Bill Brymer. Airness By Chelsea Marcantel Directed by Meredith McDonough Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright © 2017 Kate Barry. All rights reserved. Admit it – you’ve played air guitar at least once in your life; an irresistibly easy skill that places you in […]

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Bellarmine University

Kentucky History Brought To The Stage

Posted  March 25, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Opening night of The Scotian Women. Photo by Lee Pennington. Lee Pennington’s The Scotian Women onstage at Bellarmine University. By Kathi E. B. Ellis Entire contents copyright © 2017 Kathi E. B. Ellis. All rights reserved. Lee Pennington’s The Scotian Women is a theatrical imagining of the reactions of the women in the community to […]

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The Liminal Playhouse

Standing On Shifting Sands

Posted  March 24, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Brent Gettlefinger, Katherine Martn, David Galloway, & Heather Green in Time Stands Still. Photo courtesy The Liminal Playhouse. Time Stands Still By Donald Margulies Directed by Tony Prince Reviewed by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2017 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Relationships are fluid, organic things. The changes can be difficult to navigate […]

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3. Jon Norman Schneider in Recent Alien Abductions by Jorge Ignacio Cortinas, 2017 Humana Festival. Photo by Bill Brymer.
Actors Theatre of Louisville

Alternate Incandescent Reality

Posted  March 22, 2017  by  arts_louisville

Jon Norman Schneider in Recent Alien Abductions. Photo by Bill Brymer. Recent Alien Abductions By Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas Directed by Les Waters Review by Ben Gierhart Entire contents copyright © 2017 by Ben Gierhart. All rights reserved. Every year, the Humana Festival delivers compelling, original work. Some plays have the spark of something great in […]

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News and Arts Education

EDITORIAL: Thoughts On The Tragedy At Tim Faulkner Gallery

Posted  March 20, 2017  by  arts_louisville

During a music event on March 18, one person was killed and five others wounded by a currently unidentified shooter at the Tim Faulkner Gallery.  Opinion by Eli Keel Entire contents copyright © 2017 Eli Keel. All rights reserved. When news started leaking out early Sunday morning about a shooting at the Tim Faulkner Gallery (TFG), it […]

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