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More shows, more anticipation, more dynamic theatre by local artists

Walden Theatre’s Slant Culture Theatre Festival returns November 12-23 with a another strong lineup of rising local theatre artists and storytellers ready to energize audiences. Producing companies Walden Theatre, Theatre [502], Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company, and Louisville Improvisors welcome the new Think Tank Theatre to their ranks and look forward to sharing the stage with many new and returning Slant Guest Companies for another year of growth, change, and experiment.

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Slant Culture Theatre Companies/Individuals List 2014

  • 2014 Slant Presents + Slant Guests
  • An Acoustic Evening with Over the Rhine + Centrifuge
  • The Moth StorySLAM: Chemistry
  • Chris Anger
  • Baby Horse Theatre Group
  • The Bard’s Town
  • Melinda Beck
  • Cody Clark
  • Eve Theatre Company
  • Looking for Lilith Theatre Company
  • Louisville Literary Arts feat. Loohavul Lip
  • Marrow Street Theater
  • Theatre Farouche
  • Walden Theatre Alumni Co.
  • Walden Theatre Young Company

The Festival opens with the Launch Party on November 12 featuring acclaimed duo Over the Rhine performing an acoustic set plus a special presentation of Centrifuge, a mixed-media production that includes music, a film short, a 10 minute play, slam poetry, and improv featuring many of the Festival’s participants. The evening opens at 7pm, with food trucks out front and a concessions (including a bar) in the Walden Theatre lobby. Tickets are available for $35, or as part of the full Festival Pass available for $65.

There are many ways for audiences to enjoy Slant Culture Theatre Festival, including the all-access Festival Pass, Weekend Pass for Friday-Sunday, single Weekend Day Pass, and a special Budget Pass that covers all Wednesday and Thursday shows. Single ticket purchases can be applied to applicable Day, Weekend, Budget, and Festival Passes – because Slant knows that audiences will like what they see and want more.

Performance details and information about companies, individuals, and productions are available by visiting