Live in the Pamela Brown Auditorium, October 12-23. This powerful play by Cheryl L. West celebrates the indomitable courage of civil rights hero Fannie Lou Hamer—a leader in the struggle for voting rights whose activism was infused with spirituals, protest songs, and the conviction that nobody’s free until everybody’s free.
Live in the Bingham Theater, December 14–23. This innovative mixed reality adaptation by Robert Barry Fleming combines dynamic live performance with a spirit world realized through motion-capture technology, bringing a contemporary lens to Dickens’s classic tale of awakening and transformation from greed to grace.
Are you a multi-hyphenate artist in 10th-12th grade looking for space to create using all of your skills and talents? Look no further, New Voices: Old Walnut Street is for you!
|Still Ready: Originals|
|The Other America: An Anne Braden Story|
|Plague Doctor: Contagion 430 BCE–2020 AD|
|The Yellow Wallpaper|
|Romeo & Juliet: Louisville 2020|
|Where Did We Sit on the Bus?|
|COVID-Classics: One-Act Plays for the Age of Quarantine|
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