- Posted by R. Johnson on September 26
On this week’s Artsbreak, Savage Rose presents the French-Absurdist comedy, The Bald Soprano, with a new, updated translation at The Bard’s Town (read Erin’s in-depth story here). The 7 Borders closes at Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft and Swanson Contemporary Gallery presents new art from Jacob Heustis.
- Posted by R. Johnson on August 29
This week’s Artsbreak starts with Pirates of Penzance, which opens this evening, Classical Revolution plays some well-known melodies at The Bard’s Town on Sunday, and if you’ve ever wanted to be an art critic, Louisville Visual Art Association has just the thing with PUBLIC Critiques: CRIT at PUBLIC.
- Posted by R. Johnson on August 8
Erin Keane is back with free Shakespeare, “Sonnets, Scenes, Soliloquies” at Memorial Park, a serial play from Theatre 502 that you can catch on the Trolley Hop and another provocative Pandora production.
- Posted by R. Johnson on August 1
Theatre 502 and The Bard’s Town offer two strong productions this weekend, but they’re closing, so go see them before they’re gone. Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft presents “The 7 Borders,” and Erin gives us her thoughts on the recent naming of the Speed Art Museum’s new executive director.
- Posted by R. Johnson on June 27