Louisville Interviews

The latest interviews about live + streaming theatre in Louisville.

WAITRESS National Tour's Gabriella Marzetta Talks Playing 'Dawn' & More!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - March 28, 2022

The national tour of Waitress is currently making its way across the country, with stops in Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Connecticut, South Carolina and more! Waitress' next stop is at The Kimmel Cultural Campus' Academy of Music in Philadelphia, where it will play from Tuesday, March 29 through S...

HAMILTON's Ta'Rea Campbell Talks Starring as Angelica Schuyler in the National Tour's 'Philip Cast'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - October 04, 2021

BroadwayWorld spoke with Ta'Rea Campbell, the Hamilton Philip Company's own Angelica Schuyler, to discuss stepping back on stage after a year and a half, how she's changed as a performer, her favorite things about Angelica Schuyler, and more! ...

Angelica Santiago of SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE at Kentucky Shakespeare
by Keith Waits - April 14, 2020

12 Questions with Actor Angelica SantiagoJust because stages and galleries are closed doesn't mean there aren't stories to tell about local artists, many of who are out-of-work and uncertain of how they will pay the bills during this current public health crisis. Arts-Louisville will be talking with...

Adam J. Levy of THE BROADWAY PRINCESS PARTY at Clowes Memorial Hall
by Taylor Clemons - February 13, 2020

Everyone's favorite dashing prince from The Broadway Princess Party took a minute to talk about life on tour, baking pies, and befriending a Disney legend....

Chilina Kennedy of THE BAND'S VISIT at The Kentucky Center for the Arts
by Taylor Clemons - November 29, 2019

As Chilina Kennedy is preparing to take her final bow as Dina, she takes a moment to discuss the show, it's impact, and what it means to her....

10 Questions with Carrie Compere of Disney's NEWSIES at The Lexington Theatre Company
by Taylor Clemons - August 01, 2019

Broadway powerhouse Carrie Compere will appear as Medda Larkin at The Lexington Theatre Company in Disney's Newsies....

Seven Questions with Colton Ryan of WEST SIDE STORY at The Lexington Theatre Company
by Taylor Clemons - July 10, 2019

Broadway's Colton Ryan talks returning to his roots this weekend as he opens West Side Story with The Lexington Theatre Company...

Beyond Louisville Interview: 8 Questions with Lauren Molina & Nick Cearley of YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN at Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park
by Taylor Clemons - May 03, 2019

tars of the show and co-conceivers of this new production, Lauren Molina (who plays Lucy) and Nick Cearley (who plays Linus) took the time to answer a few questions about the show....

Thirteen Questions with Taylor Pearlstein of CRUEL INTENTIONS on Tour!
by Taylor Clemons - April 16, 2019

Before Cruel Intentions brings 90s tune's and cocaine crosses to Louisville, Taylor Pearlstein who plays Kathryn, took the time to answer a few questions....

Barbara Walsh of ANGELS IN AMERICA at Actors Theatre Of Louisville
by Taylor Clemons - September 30, 2017

The legendary Tony Nominee Barbara Walsh took time to sit and chat about her latest project and her vast career....

BWW Interviews: Touring Veteran Reaches Milestone Performance In 42ND STREET
by Kyle Christopher West - February 16, 2017

Most actors receive a standard show contract for around 12 months, but that doesn't mean every actor hangs up their shoes and immediately walks into another show. In fact, not only do some actors extend their contracts, but some make an entire career out of an individual credit. Rob Ouellette, who i...

Alan Cumming on ALAN CUMMING SINGS SAPPY SONGS at The Brown Theatre
by Taylor Clemons - November 03, 2016

Prior to making his Louisville, KY debut on November 30th at the Brown Theatre, Alan Cumming took some time out of his very busy schedule to talk to me about Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, co-hosting the Tony Awards, Reefer Madness, and much more....

Director Janet Morris of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at Mind's Eye Theatre Company
by Taylor Clemons - August 26, 2016

Director Janet Morris takes a minute to discuss Louisville's first community theater production of the Peter Pan prequel!...

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Calvin David Malone
by Jeffrey Ellis - October 23, 2015

Ask people involved in theater around Nashville to list some of their favorites who have moved on to seek fame and fortune in other places, one name that's likely to come up is Calvin David Malone. A graduate of Belmont University's esteemed musical theater program, the Owensboro, Kentucky, native i...

20th Anniversary of Actors Theatre's Dracula
by Keith Waits - September 21, 2015

Bram Stoker's Dracula has been a mainstay at Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL) since 1995, and has become identified with actor/director William McNulty, who eight years ago was invited to forge his own adaptation of the horror classic. The result only intensified audience demand and acceptance, an...

Tony Prince of The Liminal Playhouse
by Keith Waits - August 30, 2015

Liminal: adjective - 1. Of or relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process, 2. Occupying a position at, or on both side of a boundary or threshold...

BWW Reviews: Nina Raine's TRIBES Profound and Powerful at Actors Theatre
by Todd Zeigler - November 17, 2014

"They may not be perfect, but they're family." This is the affirmation that's just as much a prison sentence at that heart of "Tribes," Nina Raine's socially-charged, densely-layered and devastatingly on-point drama now playing at Actors Theatre of Louisville....

BWW Interviews: Robertson Makes BIG GAY ITALIAN Debut - In The City
by Todd Zeigler - November 14, 2014

The old adage goes: It doesn't matter who is in the audience. Give the same performance every time. That rule paid dividends for Louisville native Neill Robertson as he reprised the role of Maurizio LeGrande, the flamboyant and militantly efficient event planner, in Pandora Productions' September pr...

BWW Interviews: Local Actor Hits Big Screen in TAMMY
by Todd Zeigler - July 11, 2014

This space is normally reserved for the shows and stars of local stages. But chances are that if you also watch a lot of TV, you've been seeing one of those local faces a lot lately....

BWW Interviews: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow: Cooper Prepares for Next Phase of Theater Career
by Todd Zeigler - June 29, 2014

Kentucky Shakespeare's summer season closes on August 17 with Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company's critically acclaimed "King Lear," starring J. Barrett Cooper, the company's founder, as the titular king. It will be a swan song of sorts, for it will be Cooper's final performance with the company,...

BWW Interviews: Local Playwright Walker Branching Out
by Todd Zeigler - February 20, 2014

The faces of famous Louisvillians adorning banners all over downtown speak to the influence the talented products of the River City have had on the wider world. On local stages - and, with increasing frequency, beyond the city limits - Brian Walker's words do the talking for him....

BWW Previews: KAAC Kids Grow Up with SPRING AWAKENING
by Todd Zeigler - January 23, 2014

The kids behind Kids Acting Against Cancer are growing up....

BWW Interviews: Derby Dinner Playhouse a Success Story Entering Its 40th Year
by Todd Zeigler - January 23, 2014

There's a business to art as much as there's an art to business. Just a few months shy of entering its 40th season, Clarksville's Derby Dinner Playhouse has proven to have a good grasp on both....

BWW Interviews: AJ McKay, Voice Over Artist and Sound Designer
by Todd Zeigler - November 13, 2013

Beginning his career at the age of 14, AJ McKay has become an internationally-acclaimed voice over artist and sound engineer, working with top names in the voice over industry, all from his home in Louisville, KY....

BWW Interviews: Theatre [502] Brings New Works To The Next Stage
by Todd Zeigler - October 02, 2013

Louisville's Theatre [502] gives plays with a premiere and perhaps a second production under their belts a regional debut that is well-directed, well-acted, technically ambitious, and essential to a new script's prestige and longevity....

BWW Interviews: New Artistic Director of Kentucky Shakespeare a Breath of Fresh Air
by Todd Zeigler - September 30, 2013

Two months ago, Kentucky Shakespeare was mired in scandal. Matt Wallace, a former artistic associate, takes the reins as Producing Artistic Director with a passion and drive to set it on a path to excellence again....


Sense and Sensibility
Kentucky Shakespeare (1/6 - 1/6)
Bright Star
Purchase Players (8/23 - 9/1)
Derby Dinner Playhouse (11/9 - 12/31)
Come From Away (Non-Equity) in Louisville Come From Away (Non-Equity)
Carson Center (6/30 - 6/30)
Forbidden Broadway Greatest Hits Volume 1
Highview Arts Center (5/9 - 5/20)

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