Wig Out: In Actors Theatre’s ‘A Christmas Carol,’ Hair Is In The Spotlight

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Last year, there were 54 wigs featured in Actors Theatre of Louisville’s “A Christmas Carol.” The show is only 90 minutes long. “So you’ll have to think about how many times people are changing their hair,” said Costume Director Mike Floyd. It’s a lot. Which is why the annual production’s hair

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Strange Fruit: A Bloodcurdling Conversation With ‘Dracula’ Actors

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Neill Robertson as Renfield This week, actors Crystian Wiltshire and Neill Robertson join us to discuss their roles in the current production of “Dracula” at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Actors Theatre has been producing this vampire tale, based on Bram Stoker’s gothic vampire fable, each

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Where Is Actors Theatre In The Search For A New Artistic Director?

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Last October, Actors Theatre announced the departure of artistic director Les Waters, who had been with the organization for six years. During his time in Louisville, Waters brought new energy to the long-running Humana Festival of New American Plays. His decision to double Actors’

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Hello, Again: Actors Theatre Delivers Captivating Dive Into Relationships With ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’

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In life, people come. People go. What can make their stories more interesting is if they return — especially many years later after achieving success. A few momentous returns marked Friday’s opening performance of playwright Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2” in Actors Theatre of

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