An enchanted tapestry from a distant shore.The New York Times
Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming helms a Caribbean-infused tribute to the resilience of the human heart—and to love’s extraordinary power to tear down walls and transform our lives. Set on a tropical island ruled by temperamental gods, this Tony Award-winning musical follows orphaned peasant girl Ti Moune, who falls for Daniel, the son of a wealthy family. Ti Moune is determined to be with her beloved at any cost, but can her courage overcome the age-old prejudices separating their different worlds?
Don’t miss this opportunity to see how a play comes to the stage with a sneak peek of Once on This Island!
Join Robert Barry Fleming and community leaders for a conversation exploring important Louisville topics.
Calling all teens, grades 8-12! Enjoy pre-show activities, a performance and a post-show discussion with the artists.
WaterStep is an international organization based in Louisville that serves communities without clean water. Their goal is to empower these communities to solve their own long-term water needs.
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