CTC is proud to open the 2019/20 season with adventure. She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyendirected by Heather Burns September 19-28, 2019Performances Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30pm and Saturday matinees at 2:00pm Going through the belongings of her deceased younger sister, Agnes stumbles upon a Dungeons & Dragons notebook and finds herself catapulted into…

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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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Blue Stockings by Jessica Swale directed by Heather BurnsOpens September 20 at CTC In this moving, comical story of Victorian women fighting for the future of education, Tess and her fellow first-years are determined to win the right to graduate from Girton College, Cambridge. But distractions of love, the class divide, and the strength of the opposition stand in…

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Here, here for deceptions! Commonwealth Theatre Center is proud to present three plays by William Shakespeare in the annual Young American Shakespeare Festival: Richard III directed by Heather Burns May 12 @ 2:00, May 13, 16, 18 @ 7:30, May 20 @ 12:30 Measure for Measure directed by Charlie Sexton May 11, 17, 19 @ 7:30,…

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Meg Murray has had a rebellious attitude ever since the strange disappearance of her father. When a mysterious stranger tumbles into her life, Meg along with her brother Charles Wallace and friend Calvin are pulled into a universe-spanning fight against evil in hopes of finding her missing father. A Wrinkle In Time adapted by John…

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Please join Commonwealth Theatre Center for a memorable May as we complete the full canon of Shakespeare’s plays! It’s been a long time coming (41 years, in fact!), and with this year’s Young American Shakespeare Festival our company becomes the first theatre conservatory for young people in the world to reach this awesome milestone. The less-frequently produced plays King John…

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