"Much Ado About Nothing" review
July 15, 2012
By Rachel White, Arts-Louisville.com, Published July 15, 2012
Much Ado About Nothing
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Jane Page
Reviewed by Rachel White
Entire contents are copyright © 2012 Rachel White. All rights reserved.
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival’s production of Much Ado About Nothing claims to be Gunsmoke meets Shakespeare and melds the campy television American western style with the heightened Renaissance poetry of Shakespeare. In so doing, it turns Much Ado About Nothing into a slapstick romantic western comedy.
"We the People" in Bowling Green City Schools
April 05, 2012
By LAUREL WILSON The Daily News firstname.lastname@example.org, Published April 5, 2012
A touring theater group made stops in several city schools over the last few days to perform scenes from American history.
Living History: We the People education program, presented by members of the Kentucky Shakespeare troupe, included scenes from the American Revolution through the Civil War. The three-person show demonstrates how the country is shaped by its citizens and why it’s so important to participate in democracy.
Shaking up Shakespeare: Jeffersonville Elementary students learn playwright's work
April 04, 2012
By newsandtribune.com - JEROD CLAPP | Published: April 4, 2012
JEFFERSONVILLE — After the show, audience members talked a little about romance amidst feuding and the price two lovers were willing to pay to spend eternity together.
But these onlookers haven’t even started middle school yet.
Festival Enjoys Shakespeare With Shakesbeer
June 24, 2010
Louisville, KY- For the first time in Kentucky Shakespeare history, the Festival is including beer and wine in concession sales, thanks to the generosity of corporate sponsors Bluegrass Brewing Company, LLC and Brown-Forman. Select Brown-Forman wines and the BBC's special brew, fondly named Shakesbeer, are for sale in the amphitheater for $5 a glass or pint.
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival Announces 49th Season
of Summer Shakespeare
June 23, 2009
Louisville, KY – Under the leadership of new Producing Artistic Director Anthony Patton, the 49th Summer Festival of Free Shakespeare in Central Park will present two of William Shakespeare’s masterworks, Macbeth and Romeo & Juliet. These plays are two of the most popular works of Shakespeare and offer a great opportunity for families and friends to gather and enjoy a free professional performing arts event!
Keep Shakespeare Free! Take a Chance for Derby/Oaks Tickets!
April 30, 2009
Louisville, KY - Kentucky Shakespeare Festival is selling 500 raffle tickets at $50 each to support free Shakespeare in Central Park. First place prize in the raffle will be a clubhouse box for the Kentucky Derby®.
2008 KSF Audubon Youth Development Center Review
February 17, 2008
"Men at some time are masters of their fates"
- 'Julius Caesar', Act I, Scene II
February 17, 2008
Reviews from the 2008 Performances of Julius Caesar and Pericles.