All posts tagged "arts"

  • Foundation chief promises reform

    By Bailey Campagna — Foundation Interim Executive Director Keith Sherman touted the organization’s reform and strides to increase transparency to the faculty assembly Feb. 23. Sherman said the foundation’s legal team hired a consulting group to research the extent...

    • Posted February 24, 2018
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  • College of Arts and Sciences still thrives despite cuts

    By Lyndsey Newport — On Sept. 29 faculty assembled to hear the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Kimberly Kempf-Leonard speak about what this year holds for the college. “School year 2017-2018 will also be...

    • Posted October 2, 2017
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  • Q & A: Crystian Wiltshire, Louisville’s own Romeo

    By Sarah Rohleder — Crystian Wiltshire took the Central Park stage as one of the most recognizable characters in English literary history, Romeo Montague. Wiltshire plays the role for the Kentucky Shakespeare Theatre Company’s annual Shakespeare in...

    • Posted July 19, 2016
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  • U of L’s Romeo takes Central Park stage for Kentucky Shakespeare

    By Sarah Rohleder — The downpour Friday evening broke just in time for roughly 700 viewers to fill the benches at Kentucky Shakespeare’s free production of “Romeo and Juliet” in Central Park. The play took stage at...

    • Posted July 17, 2016
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  • AATP’s ‘The Piano Lesson’ charms audience on opening night

    By Sarah Rohleder — I must admit, I am probably a bit too biased to justifiably write this review. “The Piano Lesson” is one of my all-time favorite plays, and August Wilson is one of my favorite...

    • Posted November 19, 2015
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    U of L Theatre presents ‘The Piano Lesson’

    By Jacqueline Kelly— The U of L Theatre Arts Department will present “The Piano Lesson”—August Wilson’s Pulitzer-Prize winning play—Nov. 18 to 22 at The Playhouse Theatre. Set in the Depression, “The Piano Lesson” follows siblings Berniece and Boy...

    • Posted November 12, 2015
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  • Happy Va Va Valentine’s Day: Local burlesque troupe entices audience

    “Hi, um, I’m here with the Louisville Cardinal, I’m the press for the show?” “Yes.” Responded the man dressed head to toe in black, only a neon badge standing out from his silhouette. “They said I could...

    • Posted February 13, 2015
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  • “At the Vanishing Point” brings Louisvillians even closer together, if that’s possible

    A guy in the row ahead of me sipped a sweet-smelling bourbon. Its aroma filled the dark space around me. At a play about Kentucky, the smell just made sense. A spotlight illuminated the stage, where a man...

    • Posted January 30, 2015
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  • Talent Un-Earthed at SAB’s Open Mic Night

    The Red Barn’s stage featured more than a few “diamonds in the rough” during SAB’s open mic night on Tuesday, September 16. The acts ranged from singing, playing guitar, reciting original poetry, comedic haikus, spoken word and...

    • Posted September 17, 2014
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