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Review: The 35th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays presents “Edith Can Shoot Things And Hit Them” by A. Rey Pamatmat

Teresa Avia Lim portrays the titular character in Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them.  A. Rey Pamatmat’s play continues through April 2 in Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Bingham Theatre as part of the Humana Festi...
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“Our Writers Define The World We Live In Now.”

Playwright Hansol Jung, author of Cardboard Piano, which will premiere at the 4oth Humana Festival. Actors Theatre of Louisville Announces the Line-up for the 40th Humana Festival Entire contents copyright © 2015 Arts-Louisvi...
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The Precious Commodity of Innocence

Tiffany Villarin in The Grown-up. Photo-Bill Brymer   The Grown-up By Jordan Harrison Directed by Ken Rus Schmoll Review by Emily Pike Stewart Entire contents copyright © 2014 by Emily Pike Stewart. All rights reserved. W...
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Actors Theatre Announces the Lineup of the 38th Humana Festival of New American Plays

Playwright Jordan Harrison. Photo-Aaron Epstein. Entire contents are copyright © 2013 Arts-Louisville. All rights reserved When then Artistic Director Jon Jory launched a new play initiative at Actors Theatre nearly 40 years a...
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Humana Festival Opens with “Madcap,” Crowd-Pleasing Satire

The Veri**on Play by Lisa Krondirected by Nicholas Martin A review by Keith Waits. Entire contents are copyright © 2012 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. The opening slot in Actors Theatre’s 36th Humana Festival of New A...
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