It may be July, but a cold front is moving in! In our pilot summer program, a cast and crew of students have trained with StageOne's professional theatre artists to bring you the music, fun, and magic of FROZEN!
A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, Frozen JR. expands upon the emotional relationship and journey between Princesses Anna and Elsa. When faced with danger, the two discover their hidden potential and the powerful bond of sisterhood.
Tickets to this limited run event will go faster than a snowman melts in July, so reserve yours today!
July 19th - 27th
Ursuline Arts Center
More information can be found here.
Part of the Derby City Playwrights/Bard's Town summer new play festival!
As Robin's life begins to spiral out of control, she decides she needs to locate her winning coloring sheet from a contest hosted by the Louisville Zoo when she was ten years old. She embarks on an American odyssey with her mother, Bernice, going from zoo to zoo from Louisville to San Diego to get it back to get her back.
On the Road with Bernie and Robin is written by Brian Walker, directed by Natalie Fields, and featuring Abby Braune, Kelly Kapp and Mike Price, stage managed by Maria Allgeier.
Performed at The Bard's Town
Sunday July 14 at 5:30pm
Friday July 19 at 7:30pm
Sunday July 21 at 8:00pm
Saturday July 27 at 8:00pm
Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door and may be purchased in advance at this website.
In this two-week intensive, student-playwrights will give Shakespeare a run for his money working closely with accomplished playwright (and Walden Theatre Conservatory alum) Diana Grisanti.
We’ll write one-minute plays, ten-minute plays, and maybe even get started on something longer. We’ll ask the questions: How do you capture the audience’s attention? How do you sustain it? How do you craft a narrative that’s compelling? Dynamic? ALIVE?
The class will culminate in a staged reading with professional actors. In other words, students will get to experience their dramatic writing as it’s meant to be experienced: Out loud!
This program is a great prep for those planning to enroll in CTC's fall Playwriting class and submit work for CTC's Young Playwrights Festival and/or the New Voices Festival at Actors Theatre.
Workshop will be July 29th - August 9th, 10am-noon, Mondays through Fridays for Ages 13-18. Information and enrollment can be found here.
Franklin, Breezy, JJ... Kicked out for being gay, for being pretty, for being nuts. Their journey is crazy, funny, and frightening, beginning in a conservative city in Oregon—where Grandma’s house is a meth house, where bed’s an underpass, and the safest place you can wander is the mall.
When tragedy hits, they travel to another America. An idyllic liberal town, right smack in the forest. But is there shelter here? Or is home each other? And, when push comes to shove, as it always does…is each other enough? Homefree is a dark urban fairy tale about three cast-out teens and the flip side of the American dream.
Featuring performances from Aaron Roitman, Peighton Radlein, Noah Bunch, Mackenzie Kasbaum, Matt Jaggers, Heather Lundberg Green, Scott Davis, and Tony Smith.
Commonwealth Theatre Center is very happy to partner with Ban Conversion Therapy Kentucky and @The Sweet Evening Breeze LGBTQ Youth Shelter.
$5 of every ticket sold will go to The Sweet Evening Breeze. More information can be found here.
A World Premiere Comedy/Drama by Bunbury's Producing Artistic Director!
It's 1979, (a pivotal year in the history of our country) two college seniors; Mike and Jerry are coming of age. Their mindless summertime painting job lends itself to occasional boyhood banter, until Atticus Johnson arrives. As this atypical 73-year-old African American savant raps his life story, their worlds open up to a new way of thinking as Atticus challenges their station in life and the very foundations which have shaped their perceptions. When Atticus's granddaughter Maya arrives on the scene, all their worlds are rocked by this dynamic young woman.
Clyde Tyrone Hunter
Performances are June 14th - 30th at the Bunbury Theatre Company. More information can be found here.