Circe and Ulysses by Darcy Cleaver directed by Mitchell Martin performed by the Walden Theatre Conservatory’s Young Company The sorceress Circe has made a sport of reeling in seafarers and keeping them for her pets. But with the arrival of Ulysses—the hero of Homer’s Odyssey (and catch of the century?)—she finds herself ensnared by forces beyond her…

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YPF 2018 produced by Melinda Crecelius & Keith McGill featuring original works by Walden Theatre Conservatory PlaywrightsFebruary 14-17 @ 7:30 February 17 @ 2:00A showcase of outstanding young writers, directors, and actors.Tickets $8From teachers under fire to cults, gods, monsters, and sisters, the 2018 Young Playwrights Festival promises surprises, hilarity, and moving moments with six plays by five student…

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StoryTime Theatre – Fables: Anything But Aesop February 17 | 10:30-11:30 A play for younger audiences by the Blue Apple Outreach Touring Company  written/directed by Mera Kathryn Corlett Aesop is perhaps the most famous fabulist in history, but this is not a show about him! A lively troupe of actors is determined to perform fables from all…

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Following select performances of The Trojan Women (Jan 25-Feb 3) representatives from Kentucky Refugee Ministries and Americana World Community Center will be available in the CTC lobby to inform audiences about how they can take action and improve the lives of people who have experienced events like those in the play. As part of the…

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Please join CTC in welcoming Dr. Janna Segal of UofL’s Theatre Arts Department for a special pre-show presentation about Ancient Greek Theatre. Presentation will be under 20 minutes and will put the themes, theatrical devices, and emergence of Greek Theatre into context for this heartbreaking, powerful play. January 27 Presentation @ 7:00pm (in advance of…

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The Trojan Women by Euripides translated by Edith Hamilton, directed by Hallie DizdarevicJanuary 25 – February 3 at CTC The women of Troy are left homeless and await sale as slaves after their husbands are murdered and their children taken from them by a war in which they had no say. As the world contends with…

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Click/touch on any image and a viewer will pop up allowing you to easily flip through the entire set of images. For ordering, follow the instructions below: click an image to open viewer flip through until you find an image you like click the image and the filename will appear (click again and it will…

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Click/touch on any image and a viewer will pop up allowing you to easily flip through the entire set of images. For ordering, follow the instructions below: click an image to open viewer flip through until you find an image you like click the image and the filename will appear (click again and it will…

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