Actors Theatre of Louisville Announces Six New Board Members
We’re pleased to welcome six new board members to Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Board of Directors.
Published September 07, 2021
Join Us for Louisville Sessions Full Jam: A Live, Outdoor Concert
Looking for live music shows in Louisville? We’re marking the reincorporation of live, in-person performances with LOUISVILLE SESSIONS FULL JAM.
Published August 09, 2021
Actors Theatre of Louisville Launches New Membership Program
We’re launching a new membership program! Supporters of Actors Theatre of Louisville are invited to join us as we pursue our mission.
Published July 27, 2021
Robert Barry Fleming on WAVE Country
Watch Robert Barry Fleming, our Executive Artistic Director discuss the 2021 Humana Festival on WAVE Country with Dawne Gee, a WAVE 3 Louisville program.
Published July 13, 2021
The Wolves Reading
Featuring an all-trans/gender non-conforming cast and creative team, this special reading of Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves will benefit the ACLU of Kentucky.
Published June 25, 2021
Read about Ali Summit from Jesse Green's Critic's Notebook article about "Plays Too Short to Miss."
Published June 18, 2021
The (Un)Known Project
This weekend, we’re celebrating Juneteenth and a historic celebration and site dedication for the (Un)Known Project by Hannah Drake and Josh Miller.
Published June 16, 2021
Learning, Growing, and Grace in a Digital Era
Read an interview with Acting Apprentice Brittany “BeeBee” Patillo and Directing Apprentice Reed Flores about the process of creating The Professional Training Company Projects.
Published April 09, 2021
#StopAsianHate Virtual Town Hall
Join a panel discussion hosted by Asia Institute – Crane House, World Affairs Council, and Metro’s Office of Globalization
Published April 06, 2021
Reckoning with the Moment: How Digital Technology Illuminates "Romeo & Juliet"
As rehearsals and filming got underway, Executive Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming, the director of this adventurous undertaking, spoke with Dramaturg Amy Wegener about the ideas fueling his production—which envisions the Montagues and the Capulets as prominent families, one Black and the other White, caught in deeply rooted animosity.
Published February 24, 2021