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Every Brilliant Thing 

By Duncan Macmillan 

Directed by Amelia Acosta Powell 

February 9, 2022 – February 20, 2022 

In the Bingham Theater 

In response to their mother’s attempted suicide, a child begins a list of Every Brilliant Thing worth living for. As the child journeys into adulthood, the list evolves alongside them. From 1. ice cream to 10,000. waking up late with someone you love, the audience is invited to join the storyteller in reflecting on the simple, wonderful, joyful things that inspire hope even in the darkest times. 

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THREADS OF OUR HISTORY: Where We Intertwine 

In collaboration with AMPED Community Center, Jefferson County Public Schools, Justice Now, and Roots 101 African American Museum 

Written by JCPS students as part of the Justice Now Learning 

Directed by Keith McGill 

March 25, 2022 – March 27, 2022 

In the Bingham Theater

THREADS OF OUR HISTORY: Where We Intertwine explores the social justice past and present of Louisville, KY through the lens of one family and those intertwined with it across multiple generations. The play is told in a series of vignettes, each written by a different student or group of students focusing on an array of topics: from race-based oppression and protest, to ableism, to mental health, to the LGBTQ+ community and adoption, to generational trauma and healing.  Journeying into Louisville's rich cultural past, with scenes in Black Walnut Street and the Kentucky Derby, the play is also a window into students' lives today, as they strive for justice and compassion in their own journeys.  Over 50 different students (elementary, middle, and high) from more than 10 different JCPS schools contributed to this project.   

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Still Ready 

Created and performed by Christina Acosta Robinson and Ken Robinson 

Directed by Robert Barry Fleming 

May 18, 2022 – May 29, 2022 

In the Bingham Theater 

They met at the Yale School of Drama, got married, and became parents. He writes songs, she’s a poet and visual artist, and both have navigated careers as Black performers on the Great White Way. Still Ready shares the creative partnership between the Robinsons, in love for more than a decade and still surprising each other all the time. Blending Ken’s gorgeous musical compositions and Christina’s stunning artwork and poetry, this live production celebrates family, faith, identity, and the love and joy of unapologetic, expansive Black artistry. 

The virtual production of the Robinsons’ original work that we released in the spring of 2021 remains available for streaming. 

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