The Stage-Setter Breakfast is a high-profile event for Walden Theatre, and we can’t make it a success without your help. We’re calling for donations of food and related items, plus volunteers to help us prep the room and assemble the boxed breakfasts that we’re offering for attendees (featuring goodies from… read more →
Here’s a link to the Courier-Journal’s web version of the article, and here’s a link for a PDF of the print version.
featuring Cheyenne Marie Mize Slant Culture Theatre Festival — Launch Party! Join us in launching the Slant Culture Theatre Festival–the first-of-its-kind Louisville Theatre Festival–with a full slate of entertainment! Launch Party performances include music by headliner Cheyenne Marie Mizeplus Joel Henderson and the Forty Gallon Baptists. And what would a Theatre Festival… read more →
by D.W. Gregory, directed by Alec Volz Don’t miss Walden Theatre’s offering in this year’s Slant Culture Theatre Festival: Salvation Road. Remember, too, that each enrolled Walden student gets a comp to see one performance of this play. FRIDAY NIGHT SELLOUT: If we sell out Friday Nov 9, then 10% of the… read more →
Saturday November 3 is the Louisville Half Marathon. The route winds around Walden Theatre, but you can still get here by taking a few detours. Here’s a link for the race course… Lexington Rd. reopens ~ 9:15am. Baxter Ave. & Grinstead Dr. WILL NOT REOPEN until ~ 11:30am. Organizers say… read more →
On Tuesday, November 6, don’t forget to vote. Also, don’t forget that Walden Theatre’s Performance class WILL MEET AS USUAL.
Sigh. Yes. More of this. Friday, Oct 19 RUN LIKE HELL 5K http://www.ldmd.org/Street-Closures.html CLOSURES 6-8pm • Payne Street: Lexington Road to Cooper Street • Cooper Street: Payne Street to Lexington Road • Lexington Road: Baxter Avenue to one tenth of a mile west of Etley Avenue • Liberty Street: Baxter Avenue to Cooper Street… read more →
Big fun is ahead. In cooperation with FlashBANG (and Walden Theatre alumnus Clay Marshall) we’re giving you a chance to learn Michael Jackson’s Thriller and perform it at our annual Chili Supper. Thrill the Ville is the local host for the global Thrill the World, which is going for a… read more →
Wow. We just jumped 10 years into the future (that is, into TODAY) and created an online sign-up for St. James Court Art Show. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/508094EABAF23AB9-stjames Now you can sign up without Isaac, though he will get in touch with you to confirm your date and time so you might as… read more →