Cast of Waiting for Lefty: Please remember that the first rehearsal is tomorrow, Tuesday Feb 4 from 5:30-8pm. It’s all happening on the third floor, so come on up!
Walden Theatre announces the production of To Kill a Mockingbird by Christopher Sergel, directed by Walden Theatre Artistic Director Charlie Sexton and adapted from the celebrated novel by Harper Lee. “This is a seminal novel that most every school child will read in school,” said Charlie Sexton. “And dealing with… read more →
Mockingbird cast: On account of weather, your rehearsal today is canceled. There will be a make-up rehearsal added to your schedule for Wednesday January 5 from 4pm-6:30. Please note this addition to your January rehearsals and plan to attend.
There’s some weather coming in. You might have heard about it. In the interest of safety and sanity, rehearsal for To Kill a Mockingbird will end tonight (Wednesday) at 6pm. We’re not sure yet about tomorrow (Thursday) but watch here and on the main Walden Theatre website for updates. Please… read more →
Join us for the 2010 Senior Showcase at Walden Theatre. It’s a full night of daring, funny, serious, and hysterically funny theatre by this year’s graduating class in the Walden Theatre Conservatory. The seniors chose the plays/scenes, they organized the rehearsals, and they’ll make you glad you came to watch.… read more →
It was a great semester! Our three main-stage productions so far went off superbly, the showcases for Studio, Apprentice, and Improv classes drew great crowds, and our Fall term classes wound up last week. Fine work everyone! Of course, our cast is still working on To Kill a Mockingbird sponsored… read more →
All seniors planning to go to Chicago and any juniors interested in next year’s trip are encouraged to meet at Walden Theatre on December 10 from 4 to about 5:30. Stanton Davis, director of the Northern Illinois Drama Dept. will be here to discuss with you what to expect from… read more →
In this class, returning for Spring 2011, students learn from Actors Theatre of Louisville education staff how to transform imagination into characters and dialogue and action. All by writing monologues, dialogues and short plays. Students create and act in new works that speak authentically in their own voice. Students enrolled… read more →
Tickets are on sale. All public performances are at Walden Theatre (1123 Payne St.) on the newly updated Nancy Niles Sexton Stage. Call us or email to reserve yours, and group tickets are available as well. Here are the dates and times: Jan. 20 @ 7:30pm (Thurs.) Jan. 21 @… read more →