An unprecedented global pandemic and social unrest embroil the nation in conflict as Romeo and Juliet, the children of sworn enemies, dare to imagine a world where hearts are not ruled by hatred but by love. This visually captivating interpretation of Shakespeare’s classic narrative explores the entrenched divisions that animate contemporary culture—and the tragic costs of intolerance.
Romeo & Juliet: Louisville 2020 streams through May 31 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Purchase your virtual tickets by May 31 at 9 p.m. EDT.
As rehearsals and filming got underway, Executive Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming, spoke with Dramaturg Amy Wegener about the ideas fueling his production.
This vibrant assortment of short plays brings together tales from trailblazing writers whose creative experiments redefined the possibilities of theatre in moments of seismic change.
In this new play with deep local roots, acclaimed playwright and poet Idris Goodwin explores a defining moment in the story of a Louisville icon, collaborating with Actors Theatre to catalyze a dynamic community building initiative.