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Victor Jory

Date of Death: February 12, 1982 (79)

Birth Place: Dawson City, Yukon Territory, CANADA

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Victor Jory STAGE CREDITS

[Regional (US)]
Regional Revival, 1970
Performer

[Broadway]
1950
Anthony Anderson

[Broadway]
1947
James Carroll

[Broadway]
1946
John Gabriel Borkman

[Broadway]
1946
Henry VIII

[Broadway]
1945
Laurent

[Broadway]
1944
Dale Williams

[Broadway]
1944
Geoffrey


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World Premiere of Erlina Ortiz's LA EGOISTA to be Presented at Actors Theatre of Louisville This Month

Actors Theatre of Louisville is set to present the world premiere of Erlina Ortiz's La Egoista.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL and THE SANTALAND DIARIES Are Coming to Actors Theatre of Louisville

Actors Theatre of Louisville and Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming announce the upcoming holiday season favorites: Fifth Third Bank's A Christmas Carol, beginning November 23 in the Pamela Brown Auditorium, and The Santaland Diaries, based on the essay by David Sedaris, beginning November 24 in the Victor Jory Theatre. Tickets are now available at ActorsTheatre.org.

Actors Theatre Of Louisville Announces The 44th Humana Festival Of New American Plays

The future of American theatre is in Louisville! Actors Theatre of Louisville and Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming proudly announce the lineup for the 44th Humana Festival of New American Plays. The upcoming Festival marks Fleming's first at the helm of Actors Theatre, the nation's leading incubator for new play development. A cultural highlight for theatre lovers, artists and producers across the country, the Humana Festival runs March 1 through April 12, 2020 in Louisville.

BWW Review: HYPE MAN: A BREAK BEAT PLAY at Actors Theatre Of Louisville

When a 17-year-old boy gets brutally murdered at the hands of the police, a rising hip hop trio finds themselves at odds with one another as they decide to use fame to speak out or stay silent. Hype Man: a break beat play is ripped from the headlines, realistic and cool. Actors Theatre of Louisville's 90-minute production examines race, privilege, and points of view with vibrato as striking as the production's underscore.

Actors Theatre's 2019�"2020 Professional Training Company Announces New Season

Actors Theatre of Louisville and Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming announce the upcoming season of the 2019-2020 Professional Training Company (PTC), taking flight with the three-part Solo Mio Series running this fall and continuing with The New Play Project in January. This lineup of original works will introduce the new cohort of early-career professionals to the Louisville community and beyond as they kick off their season at Actors Theatre. ActorsTheatre.org.

HYPE MAN: A BREAK BEAT PLAY Opens 2019-2020 Season At Actors Theatre

Actors Theatre of Louisville and Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming announce the upcoming production of Hype Man: a break beat play on stage in the Victor Jory Theatre from September 11-October 13, 2019.

Actors Theatre Announces 2019-2020 Season - MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE WOLVES, and More!

Actors Theatre of Louisville announces the 2019-2020 Season, beginning in September, with exciting work from Idris Goodwin, Fiasco Theater, Sarah DeLappe and Tazewell Thompson. Season ticket packages are now on sale and available at ActorsTheatre.org.

Photo Flash: Actors Theatre Presents THE SANTALAND DIARIES: A Snarky Holiday Favorite Back By Popular Demand

Actors Theatre of Louisville announces The Santaland Diaries, by David Sedaris, adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello, and directed by Associate Artistic Director Meredith McDonough, onstage from November 15-December 23. Described last year as "the adventurous yuletide theater-goers should check out!" by Arts Louisville, Sedaris's holiday tale will play to new audiences with an increased number of performances, in the 159-seat Victor Jory Theatre. The Santaland Diaries is brought to you in part by BB&T.

BWW Review: THE SANTALAND DIARIES at Actors Theatre Of Louisville

If you have been even remotely close to a mall and/or department store during the Holiday season, you know well the Scene. Often found within the center of the shopping hub-bub and cleverly placed near the toys, an onslaught of seasonal scenery is in sight: adorable gingerbread houses, cotton-candy like 'snow' drifts that are replete with gumdrops and woodland creatures and candy canes that are 4-8 feet tall that line a snow-covered road where you are assisted by happy helpers that support and guide your way. And we all know to whom that road leads...Santa Claus!!! Oh, the excitement builds just thinking about visiting with Ol' St. Nick, or is that anxiety and nausea?

Actors Theatre Announces 43rd Humana Festival Of New American Plays

Actors Theatre of Louisville announces the lineup for the 43rd Humana Festival of New American Plays. A cultural highlight for theatre lovers, artists and producers across the country, the Humana Festival runs March 1 through April 7, 2019 in Louisville.

Actors Theatre Presents David Sedaris's THE SANTALAND DIARIES

Actors Theatre of Louisville announces The Santaland Diaries, by David Sedaris, adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello, and directed by Associate Artistic Director Meredith McDonough, onstage from November 15-December 23. Described last year as 'the adventurous yuletide theater-goers should check out!' by Arts Louisville, Sedaris's holiday tale will play to new audiences with an increased number of performances, in the 159-seat Victor Jory Theatre. The Santaland Diaries is brought to you in part by BB&T.

BWW Review: A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 at Actors Theatre Of Louisville

After 15 years, Nora is back, and she's got a lot to say.

Review Roundup: Actors Theatre Presents A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2

Actors Theatre of Louisville presents A Doll's House, Part 2, onstage through November 4, presented as part of the Brown-Forman Series. Obie Award-winning playwright and Humana Festival alumnus Lucas Hnath's work takes the stage in Louisville once again with A Doll's House, Part 2, imagining protagonist Nora's return 15 years after the final, iconic moments of Henrik Ibsen's seminal masterpiece A Doll's House.

BWW Review: A DOLL'S HOUSE PART 2 at Actors Theatre Of Louisville

Lucas Hnath's A Doll's House Part 2 opens with a knock on a door. Reid Thompson's haunting set design stretches across the Victor Jory Theatre with purpose, making the smallest ATL performance space feel somehow like the largest, and in in the center stands a door, tall, purple, and foreboding. The knock also begins small but grows louder and more insistent as no one comes to answer it.

Hollywood Star Robert Wagner to Receive Second Gold Coast Burton Moss Hollywood Golden Era Award

Robert Wagner, the handsome and debonair actor and one of the most popular and successful stars in the entertainment industry, has been named to be the recipient of the Gold Coast International Film Festival's second annual Burton Moss Hollywood Golden Era Award. Regina Gil, founder and executive director of the Gold Coast Arts Center and its Gold Coast International Film Festival, announced the selection along with members of an advisory board that included such noted celebrities as Joel Grey, Larry King, Richard Thomas, Edwina Sandys, Mrs. Anthony Katherine Quinn, Tippi Hedren, Greg Mullavey, Carole Shelley, Angie Dickinson, Diane Baker, Stefanie Powers and Constance Towers Gavin.

Hollywood Star Robert Wagner to Receive Second Gold Coast International Film Festival's 'Golden Era Award'

Robert Wagner, the handsome and debonair actor and one of the most popular and successful stars in the entertainment industry, has been named to be the recipient of the Gold Coast International Film Festival's second annual Burton Moss Hollywood Golden Era Award. Regina Gil, founder and executive director of the Gold Coast Arts Center and its Gold Coast International Film Festival, announced the selection along with members of an advisory board that included such noted celebrities as Joel Grey, Larry King, Richard Thomas, Edwina Sandys, Mrs. Anthony Katherine Quinn, Tippi Hedren, Greg Mullavey, Carole Shelley, Angie Dickinson, Diane Baker, Stefanie Powers and Constance Towers Gavin.

Jane Austen's PERSUASION Comes To Louisville

A special, script-in-hand performance of PERSUASION, a new play by Sarah Rose Kearns, directed by Claire Moyer, will be performed on the afternoon of Today, July 14 at 3:30 PM, in the Victor Jory space at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.

Jane Austen's PERSUASION Comes To Louisville

A special, script-in-hand performance of PERSUASION, a new play by Sarah Rose Kearns, directed by Claire Moyer, will be performed on the afternoon of Saturday, July 14 at 3:30 PM, in the Victor Jory space at the Actors Theatre of Louisville.

BWW Review: Ludwig's SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD Takes TCT Audiences Back to 1934

Now onstage at Brentwood's Towne Centre Theatre, Ludwig's Shakespeare in Hollywood (not to be confused with the musical Shakespeare in Love, which is based on an Oscar-winning film) once again takes audiences to 1934 to tell the story of the mirthful hijinks surrounding Austrian stage director Max Reinhardt's efforts to film an adaptation of his Hollywood Bowl production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Reinhardt's film treatment of the work is, perhaps, more critically acclaimed now than when it was first released back during the heady days of Hollywood's golden era and the director has been lauded with praise for his one and only film that starred several silver screen legends in roles that went creatively against type, presenting the actors with tremendous challenges.

BWW Review: WE, THE INVISIBLES at Actors Theatre Of Louisville

Documentary-style theater is not a genre I am well-versed in. It very well may be that I have missed out on a preponderance of strong examples, but the only play that springs to mind readily is Moises Kaufman's The Laramie Project. Like that play, Stanton's we, the invisibles employs personal anecdote, newspaper articles, interviews and creative nonfiction devices to educate on and proliferate the significance of important social issues. In the case of invisibles, the anchor is the real-life alleged rape of a maid named Nafissatou Diallo by infamous former International Monetary Fund Leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

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