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Actors Theatre of Louisville

Profundity Through Glitter And Disco

Posted  March 30, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Dito van Reigersberg and Mikeah Ernest Jennings in I Promised Myself to Live Faster Photo-Bill Brymer   I Promised Myself To Live Faster Directed by Dan Rothenberg Text by Gregory S. Moss and the Pig Iron Theatre Company Conceived and created by the Pig Iron Theatre Company Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright […]

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Actors Theatre of Louisville

High Lonesome Mash-Up

Posted  March 29, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Madalena Provo, Erika Grob and Kayla Jackmon ‘Florence Reece Goes to Camp’ by Diana Grisanti That High Lonesome Sound. Photo-Bill Brymer   That High Lonesome Sound By Jeff Augustin, Diana Grisanti, Cory Hinkle and Charise Castro Smith Original music created by the  2014-15 Acting Apprentice Company in collaboration with Ben Sollee Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh […]

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Performing Arts

This is Not My Beautiful Wife

Posted  March 28, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Katherine Martin & Neill Mulac in Prelude To A Kiss. Photo-Wayward Actors Company   Prelude To A Kiss By Craig Lucas Directed by Neil Brewer Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved You are happily married, but suddenly one day your beloved spouse seems a stranger to […]

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Actors Theatre of Louisville

The Meaning Of Contemplation

Posted  March 23, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Bruce McKenzie, Ramiz Monsef, Barney O’Hanlon & Conrad Schott in The Glory Of The World. Photo-Bill Brymer   The Glory Of The World By Chuck Mee Directed by Les Waters Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved It begins and ends in silence, yet everything in between is loud, funny, raunchy, […]

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Actors Theatre of Louisville

Finding Yourself In A Ghost Town

Posted  March 19, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Birgit Huppuch & Amy Berryman in I Will Be Gone. Photo-Bill Brymer.   I Will Be Gone By Erin Courtney Directed by Kip Fagan Review by Rachel White Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Rachel White. All rights reserved Erin Courtney’s I Will Be Gone is a dark comedy that deals with everything: mental illness, […]

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