In The News
July 10, 2016
Arts-Louisville Reviews The Brownstone
"The play is an examination of damaged, dysfunctional characters that function on the fringe of society, but it also plays for laughs with a cast that knows exactly how to mine the text for humor."
Check out Keith Waits review of Rachel White's The Brownstone
July 13, 2016
Arts-Louisville Reviews High Tide
"The road trip is an archetype in American storytelling, and Walker mines it for all it is worth in his tale of two sisters and a brother who cannot seem to stand each other, exploiting the claustrophobia of the car and the motel room as an incubator for human emotion."
Check out Keith Waits review of Brian Walker's High Tide
July 13, 2016
LEO Weekly Reviews Shrodinger's Girl, High Tide and Exposure
"These aren’t gestating workshop productions. They were developed over time, through the kind of collaborative dramaturgical process that’s a hallmark of the best centers for new play development. "
Check out Marty Rosen's review of the festival and Shrodinger's Girl, Exposure and High Tide
July 20, 2016
LEO Weekly Reviews @Con, The Brownstone and The Bus Stop at Sycamore and Vine
"And, though the productions are wildly different in topic and tone, each one is a performer’s delight, with ample scope for ensemble and individual excellence"
Check out Marty Rosen's continued review of the festival and @Con, The Brownstone and The Bus Stop at Sycamore and Vine
March 22, 2016
First Annual Derby City Playwrights New Play Festival to premiere this July
Fifty-four Louisville theatre professionals will come together to bring the First Annual Derby City Playwrights New Play Festival to the stage July 7-24, 2016 at the Bard's Town Theatre. Produced in conjunction with The Bard's Town, the New Play Festival will premiere six new plays by local writers David Clark, Tyler Curth, Eli Keel, Ben Unwin, Brian Walker, Rachel White and Taj Whitesell.
March 04, 2016
Season 1 play, ANOTHER MAN'S TREASURE, win SETC Getchel New Play Award
Playwright Ben Gierhardt presented