Performing Arts

The Future of Actors Theatre is in Its History

Actors Theatre of Louisville has, from the very beginning, been an institution capable of reinvention whenever the crucibles of time have demanded it. Faced with the demolition of its original home on Seventh Street in the 70s, legendary Producing Director Jon Jory knew where the company could go, listened to the needs of his community at the time, and saw to the creation of Actors’...
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