Artsbreak with Erin Keane

The Things We WantErin Keane is back with some suggestions for your consumption of the arts in Louisville, including but not limited to The Bard’s Town’s production of Things We Want, the final inKY event of the season, and something from Pandora Productions.

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Louisville Chorus

Louisville Chorus is joined by the Louisville Philharmonia Friday April 19 for a program that features Charles Gounod’s ‘Messe Solennelle” and other works. Classical 90.5′s Alan Brandt talks to Music Director Daniel Spurlock about the program.

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Christ Church United Methodist

The current Sanctuary series at Christ Church United Methodist concludes April 21 with a festival of hymns called “O For a Faith that will not Shrink.” CCUM Music Director Dan Stokes talks to Classical 90.5′s Alan Brandt about the program.

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Artsbreak with Erin Keane

Memphis (Photo Credit: Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts)

As part of the PNC Broadway series, the Kentucky Center has brought the musical “Memphis” to Louisville. Erin gives us her take on the play which runs April 4th-7th. Bourbon fans can catch an exhibit of ceramic bourbon bottles and shot glasses at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft – the exhibit runs April 5 – June 16 and The Bard’s Town┬ápresents the 10 minute play festival “Finnigan’s Festival of Funky Fresh Fun” which runs April 4- April 13.

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On this week’s Artsbreak with Erin Keane, a full episode devoted to the Humana Festival of New American plays. Starting this week, all plays will have been premiered. Erin gives us a peel inside the process of premiering a play and the subsequent revisions, we also talk about a high-tech premiere at Lincoln Elementary.

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