The first in a three-part series of devised workshop productions
Directed by Rachel Karp
Dramaturg Naomi Shafer
Victor Jory Theatre
September 24, 8:00 p.m.
September 25, 10:30 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Box Office at 502-584-1205
A chance to go back in time and say what you wish you had? Yes, please. But how, and how to trust that things will actually be better? A rumination on staircase wit--the predicament of thinking of the right thing to say when it's already too late--and the all-too-human compulsion to try to say it anyway.
Created and performed by
Tamara Del Rosso
Sarah Grace Welbourn
Actually, Actually is the first in a three part series of workshop performances developed by the A/I Company that will be presented in the coming months. The series consists of original devised work created by the Acting Apprentice Company following a program of workshops that explored different techniques and approaches to creating ensemble generated theatre.
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