Actors Theatre’s Apprentice/Intern Company presents Actually, Actually | News
From Kirsty Gaukel
LOUSVILLE, KY –The Apprentice/Intern (A/I) Company of Actors Theatre of Louisville are pleased to present Actually, Actually a workshop performance directed by Rachel Karp, playing the Victor Jory Theatre at Actors Theatre of Louisville,September 24 at 8.00 p.m. & September 25 at 10:30 p.m. Performances are free to the public.
A chance to go back in time and say what you wish you had? Yes, please. But how, and how to trust that things will actually be better? A rumination on staircase wit--the predicament of thinking of the right thing to say when it's already too late--and the all-too-human compulsion to try to say it anyway.
Actually, Actually is the first in a three part series of workshop performances developed by the A/I Company that will be presented in the coming months. The series consists of original devised work created by the Acting Apprentice Company following a program of workshops that explored different techniques and approaches to creating ensemble generated theatre.
Actually, Actually draws from workshops undertaken with The Mad Ones - a New York-based multi-disciplinary ensemble comprised of Apprentice/Intern Company alumni who create visceral, immersive and highly detailed theatrical experiences that investigate cultural memory and nostalgia
The first Ensemble features the talent of seven members of our Acting Apprentice Company: Samantha Beach, Tamara Del Rosso, Kim Fischer, Joseph Metcalfe, Derek Nelson, Angeliea Stark and Sarah Grace Welbourn.
Now in its 41st year, the A/I Company is comprised for 22 interns and 22 acting apprentices who are undertaking a 9 month training program in their field of interest in professional theatre. For more information on the A/I Company visit ActorsTheatre.org.
For press enquiries, please contact Kirsty Gaukel, Public Relations Manager at ext. 3041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.