[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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Commonwealth Theatre Center has been proud to partner with Heuser Hearing and Language Academy to bring two early childhood programs to the remarkable, energetic kids they serve. This two-part commitment, part of Arts for Kosair Kids® and made possible thanks to generous support from Kosair Charities in association with the Fund for the Arts, transports kids aged 3-6 years old—many of whom have hearing, speech,…

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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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Join CTC and the Ogle Center at IU Southeast for the show that over 60 schools throughout Kentuckiana have been loving this fall: Commonwealth Theatre Center of Kentucky’s production of RED RIDING HOOD: A Vaudeville Romp! Set in Louisville in the 1920s, Red Riding Hood must walk through Central Park to visit her ailing grandmother.…

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See the show that over 60 schools throughout Kentuckiana have been loving this fall right here at Commonwealth Theatre Center! November 11 @ 10:30am RED RIDING HOOD: A Vaudeville Romp music/lyrics/book by Geraldine Ann Snyder directed by Mera Kathryn Corlett, music directed by Bob Ramsey Set in Louisville in the 1920s, Red Riding Hood must walk through…

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