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Arts and Humanities
11:10 am
Mon November 26, 2012

Actors Theatre Apprentices Stage Poetic Investigation of Milliennials

The Actors Theatre of Louisville acting apprentices take the stage tonight and tomorrow evening with a free workshop performance of "Run Like Children," an original play created by the members of the company.

Directed by Kate Eminger, "Run Like Children" features seven acting apprentices: Noelia Antweiler, Ethan Dubin, Chalia La Tour, Andy Reinhardt, Madison Welterlet, Christa Wroblewski and Michael Zuccola.

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Arts and Humanities
6:00 am
Thu October 11, 2012

The Big Break: Epiphanies

  • This week, Claire Horrocks (Louisville Ballet) experiences her first full company ballet ("Lady of the Camellias") and realizes it's not always about dancing, while Samantha Beach (Actors Theatre of Louisville) thinks about forming good artistic habits sooner rather than later. Meanwhile, Brad Raymond (Kentucky Opera) reflects on his role in "The Prodigal Son."

This week on our new audio diary series “The Big Break,” Louisville Ballet trainee Claire Horrocks experiences her first full production, while Actors Theatre apprentice Samantha Beach tries to figure out how to set good artistic habits for her future. Kentucky Opera studio artist Brad Raymond reflects on his most recent show, "The Prodigal Son."

Learn more about our audio diarists, who report in every Thursday about what it's like to work in a professional performing arts company.

Arts and Humanities
6:00 am
Thu October 4, 2012

The Big Break: Rehearsals and Auditions

  • Listen to rehearsal process for "Lady of the Camellias" and "The Prodigal Son" from Claire Horrocks (Louisville Ballet) and Brad Raymond (Kentucky Opera) and hear about holiday auditions from Samantha Beach (Actors Theatre).

This week on our new audio diary series “The Big Break,” Louisville Ballet trainee takes us inside rehearsals for "Lady of the Camellias" with choreographer Val Caniparoli. Actors Theatre apprentice Samantha Beach contemplates holiday audition season and Kentucky Opera studio artist Brad Raymond, fresh off his turn as evil henchman Spoletta "Tosca," prepares for another devilish role in "The Prodigal Son."

Arts and Humanities
6:00 am
Wed September 26, 2012

The Big Break: Introducing Our Young Artists in Residence

Every season, performing arts companies take on a group of young up-and-comers who will work, and learn, with the pros. The Louisville Ballet calls them trainees. At Actors Theatre of Louisville, they’re apprentices.

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