Keith Waits

Keith Waits Keith Waits is a native of Louisville who works at Louisville Visual Art during the days, including being one of the hosts of PUBLIC on ARTxFM, but spends most of his evenings indulging his taste for theatre, music and visual arts. His work has appeared in Pure Uncut Candy, TheatreLouisville, and Louisville Mojo. He is now Managing Editor for Arts-Louisville.com.


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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Review: AIRNESS at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: AIRNESS at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
Posted: Mar. 30, 2017


BWW Review: RECENT ALIEN ABDUCTIONS at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: RECENT ALIEN ABDUCTIONS at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
Posted: Mar. 27, 2017


BWW Review: TIME STANDS STILL at The Liminal PlayhouseBWW Review: TIME STANDS STILL at The Liminal Playhouse
Posted: Mar. 27, 2017


BWW Review: HUMANA FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: HUMANA FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
Posted: Apr. 19, 2017


BWW Review: THE LAST PARTY at Finnigan ProductionsBWW Review: THE LAST PARTY at Finnigan Productions
Posted: Apr. 24, 2017


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: THEATRE OF BLOOD - An Actor's RevengeBWW Review: THEATRE OF BLOOD - An Actor's Revenge
Posted: Sep. 13, 2016


BWW Feature: 2016-17 SEASON at Kentucky ShakespeareBWW Feature: 2016-17 SEASON at Kentucky Shakespeare
Posted: Oct. 25, 2016


BWW Preview: LOUISVILLE BALLET - Shakespeare in DanceBWW Preview: LOUISVILLE BALLET - Shakespeare in Dance
Posted: Aug. 9, 2016


BWW Review: I NOW PRONOUNCE at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: I NOW PRONOUNCE at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
Posted: Mar. 8, 2017


BWW Review: KING LEAR at University Of Louisville - Budding Among The RuinsBWW Review: KING LEAR at University Of Louisville - Budding Among The Ruins
Posted: Nov. 14, 2016


BWW Preview: HUMAN ABSTRACT at Louisville BalletBWW Preview: HUMAN ABSTRACT at Louisville Ballet
Posted: Feb. 24, 2017


BWW Review: THE LAST PARTY at Finnigan ProductionsBWW Review: THE LAST PARTY at Finnigan Productions
April 24, 2017

A Key For Living

BWW Review: HUMANA FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: HUMANA FESTIVAL CLOSING NIGHT at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
April 19, 2017

Playwrighting Awards and Ghostlight Project

BWW Review: AIRNESS at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: AIRNESS at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
March 30, 2017

Golden Gods Of Rock

BWW Review: TIME STANDS STILL at The Liminal PlayhouseBWW Review: TIME STANDS STILL at The Liminal Playhouse
March 27, 2017

Standing on Shifting Sands

BWW Review: RECENT ALIEN ABDUCTIONS at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: RECENT ALIEN ABDUCTIONS at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
March 27, 2017

Alternate Reality

BWW Review: WE'RE GONNA BE OKAY at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: WE'RE GONNA BE OKAY at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
March 13, 2017

Survival Of The Fittest

BWW Review: I NOW PRONOUNCE at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: I NOW PRONOUNCE at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
March 8, 2017

You Can't Have One Without The Other

BWW Preview: HUMAN ABSTRACT at Louisville BalletBWW Preview: HUMAN ABSTRACT at Louisville Ballet
February 24, 2017

'Collaboration' has been a watchword for Louisville Ballet Producing and Artistic Director Robert Curran from long before he came to Louisville. Jack Productions, a company Curran co-founded in Melbourne, was grounded in partnerships and collaborations, including with choreographer Lucas Jervies who created the first iteration of Human Abstract with that company.

BWW Review: DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID at Broadway In Louisville - Down Where Its WetterBWW Review: DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID at Broadway In Louisville - Down Where Its Wetter
February 20, 2017

Down Where its Wetter

BWW Feature: 2016 Louisville BroadwayWorld Awards at Vault 1031BWW Feature: 2016 Louisville BroadwayWorld Awards at Vault 1031
February 10, 2017

For the 3rd year, Arts-Louisville.com and Vault 1031 presented the Arts-Louisville.com/Broadway World Theatre Awards honoring excellence in local theatre. In a ceremony attended by over 100 people, competitive awards in 4 divisions were given out to local theatre companies and individual theatre artists after a public vote administered through the Broadway World website. The period of qualification for these categories was November 1, 2015 and October 31, 2016.

BWW Review: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT at Savage Rose Classical Theatre - The Folly of the ExtraordinaryBWW Review: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT at Savage Rose Classical Theatre - The Folly of the Extraordinary
January 31, 2017

The Folly of the Extraordinary

BWW Review: CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION at Actors Theatre Of LouisvilleBWW Review: CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
January 30, 2017

Silence Speaking Volumes

BWW Feature: Louisville Theatres Join 'Ghost Light' Project - Long As I Can See The LightBWW Feature: Louisville Theatres Join 'Ghost Light' Project - Long As I Can See The Light
January 21, 2017

On a rainy January 19, at 5:30 p.m. on the steps in front of Actors Theatre of Louisville, members of the Louisville theatre community took part in launching a nation-wide initiative entitled The Ghost Light Project. Besides Actors Theatre, there were representatives from other local companies such as Kentucky Shakespeare, Looking for Lilith, The Liminal Playhouse, Theatre [502], the University of Louisville's African American Theatre Program, among others.

BWW Review: Las Mujeres Verdaderas Tienen Curvas (REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES) from Teatro Tercera LlamadaBWW Review: Las Mujeres Verdaderas Tienen Curvas (REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES) from Teatro Tercera Llamada
January 18, 2017

Las Mujeres Verdaderas Tienen Curvas (Real Women Have Curves)

BWW Review: THE TENS at Actors Theatre Of Louisville - Angst and Issues of the DayBWW Review: THE TENS at Actors Theatre Of Louisville - Angst and Issues of the Day
January 20, 2017

The plays of Actors Theatre's annual free Tens festival take on the issues of our day, racial tensions, violence, and police harassment, but weave them amid the promise and angst of new relationships.

BWW Review: ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD at Kentucky ShakespeareBWW Review: ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD at Kentucky Shakespeare
January 5, 2017

Watching the current production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead from Kentucky Shakespeare was like seeing it for the first time, it's that fresh and smart. Tom Stoppard's post-modern masterpiece is absurdist and existential; catnip for academics in search of thesis projects concerning mid-Twentieth Century theatre, and director Amy Attaway's production is all of that, but also a deeply satisfying entertainment. You'll laugh a lot while you're in the theatre, and be thinking about the play long after you have left.

BWW Review: THE SANTALAND DIARIES - The Trouble With Being An ElfBWW Review: THE SANTALAND DIARIES - The Trouble With Being An Elf
December 13, 2016

If there is a seamy underbelly to Christmas, it is surely the retail hell that is crucial to the profound commercialization of the holiday. And the most ignominious part of that experience must certainly be the rank and file, temporary, seasonal hires in the department stores that rely on the windfall of Christmas to survive. The daily experience was long hours, demanding parents, incontinent children, and distinctly forced and phony jollity.

BWW Review: THE BOOK OF MORMON National Tour - A Need To Find A MeaningBWW Review: THE BOOK OF MORMON National Tour - A Need To Find A Meaning
December 5, 2016

A Need To Find A Meaning

BWW Review: MOTHERS AND SONS from Pandora Productions - Calm And Specific TruthBWW Review: MOTHERS AND SONS from Pandora Productions - Calm And Specific Truth
November 21, 2016

Playwright Terrance McNally has written some of the best plays and musicals of the last few decades, including Love, Valour, Compassion!and Ragtime. Most of his works have a piece of his life as a member of the LBGTQ community tied within the story. His Mothers and Sons, derived from his 10-minute play Andre's Mother, is firmly planted in themes that still haunt the community to this very day: the AIDS epidemic, equality, sorrow, acceptance, and happiness.

BWW Review: KING LEAR at University Of Louisville - Budding Among The RuinsBWW Review: KING LEAR at University Of Louisville - Budding Among The Ruins
November 14, 2016

As a character, King Lear is the great aging lion, one of what Charlton Heston called the 'man killers' of Shakespeare, and a play that examines the hubris and arrogance in power held too long. In an unusual collaboration, Commonwealth Theatre Center (CTC) and University of Louisville Theatre Arts are co-producing this production, which mixes faculty and students from both institutions among its cast and crew.



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