New pictures for The Learned Ladies will be available Tuesday night on the Merchandise page of the Walden Theatre website. In the meantime, here are a few low-res teaser images. They look great, don’t they?
Do you work for an arts and culture organization in the Louisville area? Then you should take advantage of these complimentary tickets the Saturday, October 30th matinee performance of The Learned Ladies. Read on!
Check out this review of The Learned Ladies by Jane Mattingly with The Arts Louisville. Wonderful show, guys and gals, keep up the good work for those who haven’t had a chance to see it yet! Here’s a sample from Jane Mattingly’s review: [To read the whole review, click here.]… read more →
We have advertising spaces remaining in the Walden Theatre Season Program. Rates are very good (too low to mention here, heh) and this is a superb way to show support for your child, a particular production’s cast, this year’s senior class, and Walden Theatre’s programming and classes in general–all while… read more →
Walden Theatre and director Charlie Sexton are pleased to bring you The Learned Ladies by Molière. The play centers on domineering matriarch Philaminte’s misguided pretentiousness. She and her cohort of “learned ladies” are taken in by the slick manipulations of mediocre poet and social climber Trissotin who hopes to cash… read more →
That’s right, our own alumna Gisela Chipe (’00) is appearing as Lucy in this year’s production of Dracula at Actors Theatre of Louisville. The show is already underway, and if you haven’t yet gone you should definitely take on this great Halloween treat before it’s gone. Here’s the news from… read more →
We have another open rehearsal coming up, this time for the play The Disappearance of Daniel Hand by Dan O’Brien, directed by Alec Volz. The open rehearsal is Saturday, October 23 at 12:30pm and is a free and open opportunity to look behind the scenes. As an added bonus, those… read more →
Emily Albrink of Walden Theatre’s 2000 class is back in Louisville for her Kentucky Opera debut as the lead soprano Adina in the production of The Elixir of Love. Here’s the details: THE ELIXIR OF LOVE Music by Gaetano Donizetti, Libretto by Felice Romani after Scribe’s libretto for Auber’s Le… read more →
We’re recruiting volunteers to help with the supper, and we’d love for you to help, but if you’d rather donate supplies or food–especially that pot of chili you’ve been meaning to make–bring it on! Here’s a list of the most important things we’ll need: chili (12-13 pots of red, 3… read more →