The Humana Festival will kick off tomorrow at Actors Theatre with a story of addiction, power, and imagination in A Devil at Noon.
A Devil at Noon will open on Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. Shows will take place at various times and days until Apr. 3. A show schedule can be found here
. All performances will go on in the Bingham Theatre at Actors Theatre, located at 316 West Main Street
in downtown Louisville.
The show will last two hours and fifteen minutes with one intermission. Keep in mind, A Devil at Noon contains adult language and is recommended for those of high school age and up. Tickets for the show vary in price and can be found at the Actors Theatre
A Devil at Noon features science fiction writer Chet, who is working on another book. His imagination runs wild, and the journey becomes addicting, powerful, and altogether dangerous.
The cast includes Matthew Stadelmann, David Ross, Brandon Miller, Rebecca Hart, Anne Washburn, and Ross Bickell. Washburn created A Devil at Noon, and Steve Cosson directed the production.
Other shows to come during the Humana Festival include Maple and Vine, Elemena Pea, and Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them. For a preview of events and shows during the Humana Festival, check out this article
(Image from Actors Theatre)