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12 Questions for an Actor: Julane Havens

A Visual Arts Education Research Agenda for the 21st Century Julane Havens (right) with her sister, Kelsey Christianson. Julane Havens is an Artistic/Development Associate with Walden Theatre, where she teaches acting, ensemble...
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Comedy with A Little Edge: Louisville Improvisers present “Ricketts and Randy”

Ricketts and Randy The Louisville Improvisers at The SLANT Culture Theatre Festival Reviewed by Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2012, Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Chris Anger and Keith McGill are Ricketts and ...
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Community Theatre in Hayswood Provides a Rip-Roaring Good Time with “Blazing Guns”

Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch Written by Shubert Fendrich Directed by Kathy Norton Reviewed by Cristina Martin Entire contents copyright © 2012 Cristina Martin. All rights reserved. Tom Gudding, Charley Swarens and Elizabeth W...
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Theatre Review: Music Theatre Louisville “Guys and Dolls”

Peter Holloway and the company of Guys and Dollsrock the Bomhard Theatre again this week. Photo by David E. Becker Over the years I see more than a few productions of Guys and Dolls. Chances are Music Theatre Louisville’s...
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Review: Alley Theatre’s “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot”

Stephen Adly Guirgis’s The Last Days of Judas Iscariot opened in New York in 2005 at LABrynth with Philip Seymour Hoffman directing and Eric Bogosian as Satan.  Not being familiar with Stephen Adly Guirgis’s play...
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