Walden Theatre is seeking a reliable gas-powered lawnmower for grounds maintenance. This is a great chance to place your spare, well-loved lawnmower with a good home. Will walk it regularly. Call 589-0084 or email if you’re interested.
The route for an annual footrace will cut off many of the normal approaches to Walden Theatre this Saturday morning. On March 17, the Rodes City Run will have traffic blocked on many of the streets around us. Please review the specifics below, and you can click here for the race route or here… read more →
Please be advised that Walden Theatre classes will not meet today, Friday March 2. Tonight’s performance of The American Clock is also canceled for tonight. Sorry for any inconvenience, and if anyone had tickets already purchased for tonight those will be honored for either of tomorrow’s performances. Due to the… read more →
Have you seen Walden Theatre’s projects posted on the power2give website? Been meaning to make your gift but haven’t had a spare minute? Now’s the time. With 15 days remaining we’re only $1,180 shy of full funding – after already raising $6,700! That’s terrific, but the pool of matching funds that… read more →
Walden Theatre, with generous support from the Yum! Foundation, is pleased to announce the launch of the Yum! Family Series Cornerstone Classics series of plays at Walden Theatre, beginning with William Shakespeare’s tragedy Julius Caesar. The Yum! Brands Foundation has pledged $17,000 in annual support for this valuable component of Walden… read more →
Everyone stay safe tonight. We’ll resume (weather permitting) on Tuesday. Please remember if you haven’t already turned in your registration and first payment, please bring that with you to the next class. Don’t forget. For Friday, even if JCPS cancels classes, please check back with us either on Facebook, Twitter,… read more →
Walden Theatre is sad to announce that Nancy Niles Sexton (77) passed away Thursday, November 10 with her family at her side. A visionary in the field of arts education, Mrs. Sexton founded Walden Theatre in 1976 to give young people the opportunity to grow and develop through the study… read more →
Saturday morning is the Half Marathon put on by the Louisville Sports Commission, and there will be rolling street closures throughout the morning that could affect the arrival of Improv students for class at 10 am. Grinstead closed from Cherokee Parkway to Cherokee Road: 8:15-10:30 Cherokee Road closed from Grinstead… read more →