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Theatre [502]

Season 4

In addition to our main stage offerings, join us every First Friday for Ludlow Quinn Presents. Every month, see a brand new FREE ten-minute play by a Louisville playwright, inspired by the magicians of the Baron's Theater. Performances are at 7:00, 8:00, and 9:00 at Baron's Theater,
131 West Main St.

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We’re thrilled to announce our Fourth Season of recent and relevant theatre!

WFPL’s Erin Keane previews Season Four

The 13th of Paris
by Mat Smart
directed by Gil Reyes

Mex Theatre, Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
June 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 2014 at 8:00pm

Love like poetry, like a legend, can seem impossible. That’s why Vincent has gone straight to the source - his grandparents’ apartment in the 13th District on the outskirts of Paris - with a suitcase of their letters and a bottle of wine. Determined to unlock the mystery and beauty of love, he discovers that letting the key fall might be the only answer.

Red Speedo
by Lucas Hnath
directed by Amy Attaway

Baron’s Theater
September 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 2014, 8:00pm

Tickets are $17, $12 for students and seniors. Available for purchase at Brown Paper Tickets.

What’s wrong with achieving superhuman feats when that’s society’s expectation of you? Ray’s talent for competitive swimming has made him an Olympic hopeful, but he’s starting to feel like discipline and training aren’t enough. When not only his own livelihood, but that of the people he loves, rest solely on the next victory, Ray has to decide how far he’ll go to win.

by Mike Bartlett
director TBD

part of Slant Culture Theatre Festival
Walden Theatre
November 13 - 23, 2014 Times TBD

Knowing one of them is about to get the ax, three employees negotiate their distance from the chopping block in a mesmerizing dance to the death. A modern satire on survival, Bull keeps audiences laughing and cringing to the brutal end.

Mr. Burns, a post-electric play
by Anne Washburn
director Gil Reyes
music director Sean Donaldson

Clifton Center
February 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 2015 8:00pm

Tickets are $17, $10 for students and seniors. Available for purchase at Brown Paper Tickets.

Without watching it again (because you can't), how much of that classic episode do you remember? Just after, 7-years after, and 75-years after a cataclysmic event, humanity holds on to our identity and beats back the darkness with a little help from Springfield's First Family. In this musical version of the downfall of society, you have to know your Simpsons to survive the end of the world.


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