Inspired by the New Voices Playwriting Residency, the New Voices Young Playwrights Festival is fully produced by the Learning & Creative Engagement department and the Professional Training Company. The selected plays will be presented as virtual readings on Facebook Live.
Indie-folk duo Abigail and Shaun Bengson (Where the Mountain Meets the Sea) return to Actors Theatre with this intimate evening of storytelling through song.
A new series from musicians throughout Kentucky, featuring artists responding to this moment through an original song and visual capture.
Actors Theatre Direct Artists-in-Residence, Ken and Christina Acosta Robinson, are celebrating their 10th anniversary with their own take on the timeless 50 year-young soul duet “Be Real Black for Me.”
Theatre in the 21st-century is an inherently interdisciplinary craft and Robert Barry Fleming, Executive Artistic Director at Actors Theatre of Louisville, finds inspiration everywhere. Each week, Robert talks with an unrivaled expert, full of ideas, strategies and challenges around their work, then investigates that which is consonant and connected to how they navigate their discipline and their world no matter what the field. It’s a podcast about that which we can learn from one another when such learning is approached with a spirit of openness.
Join us every Wednesday for lively investigation and conversation with the Actors Theatre family.
Written by poet Lance G. Newman, II, this event will be an exploration into the nature of existing in this nation as a black man. Finding Black Boy Joy will span from politics to love to introspections of race, class and masculinity; these selections were written at various stages of Lance's 16 year career of writing and performing poetry.
An original curation of spoken word poetry, essay and song by Hannah L. Drake and a group of black female Louisville artists. This will be a free, virtual event to celebrate resilience and the power generated by collective action.
Together, we will envision the future of American theatre with stories about the transformative nature of courage, conviction, and hope.
We want to provide you with as much information as we can to help you feel confident and excited about our upcoming year. If you don't find the answer to your questions below, please email BoxOffice@actorstheatre.org for additional support. Please allow 72 hours for a member of our team to respond to you.
Instead of in-person performances, Actors Theatre will present virtual experiences through digital content. These projects will be available for streaming on your preferred device. With brilliant artists and reimagined design elements, we’ll be sharing wonderful stories through innovative technology.
If you’re reading this message on a desktop computer, smart phone or tablet, you’re 99% of the way there! We are hard at work right now to provide you with the most fun, seamless experience possible. Specifics may vary from project to project, but we will be here to support you throughout the season to make sure you don’t miss out.
We are excited to announce our Brown-Forman Series as well as holiday favorites. In addition to this season’s projects there will be interactive events like shared watch parties, talkbacks and in-home activities. You can learn more about those projects by exploring the lineup.
You will not receive physical tickets. You will receive access information for each production as it becomes available. This season will strongly rely on email communication. In order to ensure that you are receiving, please consider adding email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list. If messages from Actors Theatre are being filtered as Spam, you can add them to your “safe sender” list.
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