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Madison Dunaway in Twelfth Night. Photo-Kentucky Shakespeare.

Kentucky Shakespeare Cancels Remaining Performances of "Twelfth Night"

  Madison Dunaway in Twelfth Night.  Photo – Kentucky Shakespeare.   By Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2013, Keith Waits.  All rights reserved. In an announcement posted early Wednesday on its Faceb...
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Matt in Much Ado About Nothing, Kentucky Shakeseare, 2003

Come Back to the Park! A Conversation with Kentucky Shakespeare’s New Producing Artistic Director: Matt Wallace

Walden Theatre Artistic Associate Julane Havens met her friend and colleague Matt Wallace, Kentucky Shakespeare’s new Producing Artistic Director, to dream about the future of Shakespeare and reminisce about the community exp...
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Interview with Brantley Dunaway, Kentucky Shakespeare

 Brantley Dunaway, Executive Director, Kentucky Shakespeare. Interview by Scott Dowd Entire contents copyright ©2013 Fearless Designs, Inc. All rights reserved. The Kentucky Shakespeare Festival opens its 54th season this mo...
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Free Will Expands in Central Park

Google. Copyright © 2013 by Arts-Louisville. All rights reserved. New Artistic Director Matt Wallace today announced the 2014 summer season of the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival. For the first time in twenty-five years, Kentuck...
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Megan Massie in 2-actor Hamlet. Photo courtesy of Kentucky Shakespeare.

Louisville Theatre: The Year in Review

Megan Massie in 2-actor Hamlet. Photo courtesy of Kentucky Shakespeare.   By Kathi E.B. Ellis Entire contents are copyright © 2014 Kathi E.B. Ellis. All rights reserved. Happily, there is much to take note of in Louisvill...
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