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Lion King’s Growing Pains: No Longer New, Not Yet Classic

Posted  March 5, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Tshidi Manye as Rafiki in The Lion King. Photo- ©   The Lion King Book by Roger Allers and Irene Mecchi Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice Directed by Julie Taymor Review by Eli Keel Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Eli Keel. All rights reserved. Editors note: Although most performances of The […]

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Interview with Les Waters and Meredith McDonough, Actors Theatre of Louisville

Posted  March 2, 2015  by  Aggie

Interview by Scott Dowd. Entire contents copyright © Fearless Designs, Inc. All rights reserved.   The 39th Humana Festival of New American Plays Actors Theatre of Louisville “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”  ~Thomas Merton   This month, Actors Theatre of Louisville celebrates the man who changed the way […]

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News and Arts Education

Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company Announces New Artistic Director and 2015-16 Season

Posted  March 2, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Kelly Moore as Kate in Savage Rose’s The Taming Of The Shrew.   Entire contents copyright © 2015 Arts-Louisville. All rights reserved After a brief dormant period following the retirement of Company Founder J. Barrett Cooper, Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company has announced its upcoming 2015-2016 productions and the appointment of Kelly Moore as Artistic […]

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Performing Arts

The Folly Of Facisim

Posted  February 28, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Playwright Bertolt Brecht   The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui By Bertolt Brecht Directed by Alec Volz Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright © 2015 Kate Barry. All rights reserved Humor makes even the scariest circumstances more tolerable. Turn a villain into a fool and they aren’t so intimidating anymore. The more you […]

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Looking for Lilith

Once In Pleasant Hill

Posted  February 28, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Trina Fisher, Kelsey Thompson, & Shannon Woolley Allison in As It Is In Heaven. Photo-Looking for Lilith   As It Is In Heaven By Arlene Hutton Directed by Kathi E. B. Ellis Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. I came into the theatre expecting this play […]

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