Final weekend of The 2nd Annual Ten-Tucky Festival!
The Bard's Town Theatre's annual celebration of Kentucky playwrights is back--and better than ever.
By Trish Ayers (Directed by Melinda Crecelius)
“Gay Encounters of the Third Kind”
By Andrew Epstein (Directed by Scot Atkinson)
“Aphrodite at the ER”
By Nancy Gall-Clayton (Directed by Amy Steiger)
“Nightstalker & Canary”
By Ben Gierhart (Directed by Ben Gierhart)
By Erin Keane (Directed by Greg Maupin)
By Doug Schutte (Directed by Amos Driesbach)
By Brian Walker (Directed by Nadeem Zaman)
“A Falling Piano with Your Name on It”
By Patrick Wensink (Directed by Brian Walker)
The Bard's Town Theatre is a 501c3 nonprofit theatre whose mission is to nurture, develop, and produce new work, providing an outlet for new voices. The Bard's Town Theatre puts particular emphasis on producing new works by Kentucky playwrights, serving as a platform for these voices to be heard.
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|Review: The Grown-Up at the 38th Humana Festival|
|Review: The Humana Festival presents The Christians by Lucas Hnath|