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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The ‘Resetting the Stage’ Campaign & Variety Show! Click here to make your gift today! We couldn’t be more excited to announce this next chapter in Commonwealth Theatre Center’s story. We are launching the ‘Resetting the Stage’ campaign TODAY – and we want you to play a starring role! This multifaceted campaign effort will consist of two…

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To our students, families, alumni, and friends, There are no words to describe how we’re feeling at this moment in time. Commonwealth Theatre Center cares deeply for its students, families, and the entire Kentuckiana community. We pride ourselves on the development and empowerment of creative, impassioned problem-solvers. Because of this, it is important to all of…

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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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Cancellations and Postponements at CTC  March 12 – March 27 Commonwealth Theatre Center cares deeply about the safety of our patrons, artists, staff, and the general public. Our top priority, at this time, is to adhere to governmental and local guidelines put in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.  We are working in…

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Public Health Preparedness at CTC Most recent update: March 11 Commonwealth Theatre Center has been monitoring updates from authorities regarding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We continue to operate on our normal schedule with classes, rehearsals, and performances going ahead as usual, and we’ll watch for public health updates that could affect our operations. We’ll inform you if anything changes.  Following recommendations…

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We’re closing in now on the 2019 Chili Supper on October 25, but we’re running behind schedule on signups for chili, volunteers, and especially Silent Auction items for the class packages. UPDATE: Auction Items are needed for the Silent Auction RIGHT AWAY. We can take items through October 21, but the sooner the better! Contact…

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Chili Supper / Silent Auction / Raffle Friday, October 25 6:00-8:30pm1123 Payne Street, Louisville Free to attend! All food is a la carte, with chili at $3, hot dog at $2, and side fixins at $1 each! And in addition to delicious food some new fun among old favorites: Silent Auction Bigger and better than ever,…

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Commonwealth Theatre Center welcomes educators, community stakeholders, and other leading voices in our community to join us on October 17 for a reception and complimentary ticket to a performance of TOP GIRLS, written by Caryl Churchill and directed by Hallie Dizdarevic with Jessica De La Rosa. During the reception, Hallie, Jessica, and CTC Artistic Director Charlie Sexton will kick things off with a…

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