by Cynthia Canada Special to Community The Bard’s Town Theatre is way off Broadway – in the best possible sense. Its mission is to offer up live theater that you can’t find elsewhere, whether it’s a new play by a … Read More
The title of this play is spelled with a semicolon at its center framed by a “W” and a “t”. It refers to the profession and precision of Vivian Bearing, Ph.D., and the British poet, John Donne, whose works are … Read More
[by Shiela Steinman Wallace] Are you ready for an evening of lighthearted fun – bordering on slapstick? If so, CenterStage’s production of Kander and Ebb’s Curtains is just the ticket. I do believe it takes real talent to pull of … Read More
[Review by Keith Waits] Congratulations to CenterStage for being the first to deliver a production of Curtains to Louisville audiences. This entertaining send-up of backstage murder mysteries is a fun and engaging show, despite some clichéd plot lines and obvious … Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Ben Goldenberg Marketing Manager 502-618-5336 email@example.com John R. Leffert CenterStage Artistic Director 502-238-2753 firstname.lastname@example.org Curtains Rise for Murder Mystery at CenterStage LOUISVILLE, KY (February 28, 2012) – As “Robbin’ Hood” ends, the aging and totally … Read More
As “Robbin’ Hood” ends, the aging and totally untalented diva Jessica Cranshaw takes her bows and collapses. When it is determined that she was murdered, Lieutenant Frank Cioffi, who was in the audience, sets out to unravel the mystery.