adapted by Craig Lucas, from the play by Anton Chekhov, directed by Charlie Sexton
Three women in a provincial Russian town strive for personal & professional satisfaction but find life’s joys more fleeting and remote than they expected in this heartfelt classic about dictated circumstances and frustrated dreams.
Please join Walden Theatre for Anton Chekhov’s THREE SISTERS adapted by Craig Lucas, directed by Charlie Sexton, performed on the Nancy Niles Sexton Stage October 9- 18. Evening shows are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 and matinees are Saturdays at 2pm.
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EVENING PRICES ARE $15 ADULTS AND $10 STUDENTS/SENIORS.
MATINEE PRICES ARE $10 ADULTS AND $8 STUDENTS/SENIORS.
RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE NOW BY CONTACTING WALDEN THEATRE
502.589.0084 OR BOXOFFICE@WALDENTHEATRE.ORG.
TICKETS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE BOX OFFICE
BEGINNING 1 HOUR BEFORE EACH PERFORMANCE.
original photo used in poster
by Alexander N. Parusov
Here’s the list:
Phone calls should have gone out to everyone cast in the Snow Queen–which begins rehearsals today. Just in case anyone missed it or is curious who landed a role, here’s the cast:
The Snow Queen
Young Company Production
Directed by Neill Robertson
Snow Queen – Julane Havens
Gerda – Shannon Austin-Goodin
Kay – Alex Amaya
Reindeer/ Ensemble – William Dolan
Yojaba/ Ensemble – Demi Handley
Robber Maiden/ Ensemble – Zoe Peterson
Giant Squid/ Ensemble – Andrew Wagner
Fernig/ Ensemble – Natalie Koch
River/ Ensemble – London Camba
Crab/ Ensemble – Ruby Osborne
Rose/ Ensemble – Phoebe Brown
Stage Manager – Sara Seim
First Rehearsal is THIS MONDAY 9/29 4:30 – 8:30 PM
Scripts, Calendars, and all other info will be provided for you then.
Thank you to all of the talented students who auditioned. This was extremely difficult to cast because everyone did a fantastic job. Keep up the great work in class!!!
Walden Theatre is excited to once again have a booth at the St. James Court Art Show in Old Louisville.
And yes, it’s just a week away!
We’ll have our staff there the whole time in shifts, and we encourage parents and students to sign up and volunteer as well. It’s a great time to sell raffle tickets and share your experiences with Walden, our classes, camps, or shows. Each shift is 2 hours, so you’ll still have lots of time to explore the show. And this way, you have a place you can stash your stuff or shed layers if it gets warm (or hide if it’s a bit rainy). We have two-3 spots open for each shift. Here’s the general schedule followed by links for the signup and location of the booth:
Friday October 3 — 10 am-6 pm | Saturday October 4 — 10 am-6 pm | Sunday October 5 — 10 am – 5 pm
Signup: Sign-up Genius form
Location: 4th Street, between Hill and Magnolia, on the west side of the street.
Don’t miss the final weekend…
Students currently enrolled at Walden Theatre are entitled to one comp ticket for the show and get Hard-Core points for attending!
by Mary Chase
directed by Hallie Dizdarevic
The affable but eccentric Elwood P. Dowd is complicating his sister Veta’s social ambitions by fraternizing with an invisible, mischievous, six-foot-tall rabbit named Harvey. In frustration, she has Elwood evaluated by a psychiatrist to see if he’s a candidate for a new injection to banish his unusual friend and turn Elwood into a perfectly normal human being (…and you know what so-and-so’s they are!).
Please join Walden Theatre for hysterics, hijinks, and a hare in Mary Chase’s classic Harvey, performed on the Nancy Niles Sexton Stage September 18-27. Evening shows are Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 and matinees are Saturdays at 2pm.
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Evening prices are $15 adults and $10 students/seniors.
Matinee prices are $10 adults and $8 students/seniors.
Reservations available now by contacting Walden Theatre
502.589.0084 or email@example.com.
Tickets will also be available at the box office
beginning 1 hour before each performance.
There are still a few spots left for today and Friday’s auditions for The Snow Queen.
The play is based on the Hans Christian Andersen short story but is updated with contemporary flavors of hip hop, samba, and more. The show runs during the Slant Culture Theatre Festival here at Walden Theatre (Nov 13-23) and rehearsals will begin September 29. Rehearsals meet Mondays 4:30-8:30pm and Wednesdays 6:45-8:30pm .
Signup is in the lobby, an time slots are later in the evening.
Here’s what we have left as of Wednesday morning:
The first show of the season is swiftly approaching, and we need help!
We are still in the market for three industrious youths to fill out the run crew for Harvey. Earn hardcore points, Hallie’s eternal gratitude, and probably some cookies—not to mention valuable life experience and some new friends!
The run of the show is 9/18-9/27. The run crew would need to be available for rehearsals starting the week of 9/8.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Hallie at: