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It's been over 20 years since I've seen Actors Theatre presentation of Charles Dickens
"A Christmas Carol" and frankly I was disappointed with the current interpretation of this classic. The presentation I remember followed the classic tale. Without providing any specific spoilers, this adaptation had...More
For a one man show, this show had it all. Lots of humor, props and an occasional curse word. This gentleman did a superb job of remembering his lines for a full hour, and it was VERY ENJOYABLE. The only negative comment was the ticket...More
I recently moved here and after having been involved in theatre for a few years I thought it might be a nice way to celebrate Halloween with my parents and brother. I was in for a shock! It doesn’t matter what section you sit in...More
We enjoyed seeing a production of Dracula while we were in Louisville. The theater is in the round and reminded me of the Guthrie in the twin cities. Convenient location, affordable prices for live theater.
I've been to several plays at the Actors Theater since moving to Louisville. Having frown up on the Eat Coast, lived with my grandmother who had been a show girl in the Black Broadway musicals, and having being introduced to the theater and dabbled in...More
Truly, this theatre has had much better seasons in the past. Today’s play “Do You Feel Anger?” was a short play but seemed to last forever. I could say it was absurd or silly but it did finally get to a point. Yet I felt...More
The caliber of acting and both the quality and creativity exhibited were compelling. Although I knew the story, I was captivated throughout the evening. The show was in the Pamela Brown Auditorium which is a cozier setting that allows patrons to be reasonably close to...More