When: Thursday, March 25th at 7pmWhere: Online via ZoomTickets: Free Event Celebrate Women’s History Month by getting to know the creative team of amazing women behind Zaynab’s Night of Destiny, a new children’s audio immersive scheduled for release in August 2021 and inspired by stories from across the Louisville community! Director Zeina Salame will host…

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Funding will help support an original audio immersive production designed to build cross-cultural understanding. LOUISVILLE, KY — Commonwealth Theatre Center (CTC) has been approved for a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support its Connecting Cultures initiative.  The grant will directly support the development of ZAYNAB’S NIGHT OF DESTINY, an audio immersive play reflecting…

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An original audio drama by playwright Denmo Ibrahim will build cross-cultural understanding among marginalized groups. Commonwealth Theatre Center (CTC) announces the commission of a world-premiere audio drama by playwright Denmo Ibrahim. The piece will be inspired by several local community partners within the Louisville area, with specific focus on Muslim youth, to develop an inclusive…

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Commonwealth Theatre Center (CTC) has been awarded a forward-looking $61,000 grant from the South Arts Resilience Fund. This new fund, created with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, supports new, region-specific activities that build the long-term resiliency of arts organizations battling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’re grateful to South Arts for boosting…

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CTC Update – March 26 Organization UpdateConservatory  •  Outreach  •  PerformancesDonate •  CTC Online Organization Update First and foremost, we hope this message finds you and your loved ones safe and well. As we collectively navigate these unprecedented times, we want you to know that CTC cares deeply about your health and happiness and is committed to using our…

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CTC’s Walden Theatre Conservatory thrives on accessibility to families of all backgrounds. As part of our commitment to sustaining access, the organization awards significant need-based financial aid to students. The Kentucky Social Welfare Foundation has been an essential part of this effort throughout 2019, awarding CTC a $10,000 grant to remove barriers to arts access…

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Rumpelstiltskin brings new musical to young people from Madison, Indiana Louisville, Ky. — Commonwealth Theatre Center (CTC) is performing Rumpelstiltskin on the campus of Hanover College for students from Madison’s Lydia Middleton Elementary School on December 2 at 9:30. This new musical by Hanover alumna Mera Kathryn Corlett (’10) with music by Jacqui Blue puts a new spin on the…

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Louisville, Ky. — Commonwealth Theatre Center (CTC) is performing Rumpelstiltskin on the campus of Hanover College for students from Southwestern Elementary on November 6 at 9:30. This new musical by Hanover alumna Mera Kathryn Corlett (’10) with music by Jacqui Blue is an adaptation of the classic tale. This Rumpelstiltskin is a new spin on…

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DDFIA AWARDS $2.49 MILLION TO CREATE POWERFUL INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING EXPERIENCES The Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art’s Building Bridges 2018-2019 Grants ProgramFunds Arts and Media Projects That Strengthen Bonds Between U.S. Communities of Muslims and Their Neighbors. New York, May 30, 2019 — The Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art’s Building Bridges Program (DDFIA’s Building Bridges Program) today announced grants totaling approximately $2.49 million to…

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[one_third][responsive][/responsive][/one_third] [one_third][responsive][/responsive][/one_third] [one_third_last][responsive][/responsive][/one_third_last] Theatre-Driven History Programs for Special Needs Students Supported by Funding from The WHAS Crusade for Children Commonwealth Theatre Center received a grant from The WHAS Crusade for Children for the 2018/19 school year in the amount of $5,000 to support programs benefiting young people at Louisville schools that specialize in the education…

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