Join Playwright, Artistic Director, Break Beat Poet, Humana Alum and ATL friend of the family Idris Goodwin for a series of anecdotes and lessons learned from his 20 years in the trenches of Theatre, Hip Hop, and everywhere in between. This conversation is free, but ticketed. Please contact the Box Office to reserve your ticket.
Artistic and Managing Directors at non-profit theatres report to a Board of Directors. But who are these folks behind curtain? And how do their decisions affect the theatre? Join us as members of Actors staff and Board of directors discuss the role of the Board in shaping the theatre. This conversation is free, but ticketed. Please contact the Box Office to reserve your ticket.
This welcome reception is a great time to meet your fellow Festival attendees while enjoying food, drink, and live music.
How do we use theatre to inspire, provoke, and contribute to a social or political cause? Hear from a panel of activist theatremakers as they offer insight into what it means to make brave art in tumultuous times. This conversation is free, but ticketed. Please contact the Box Office to reserve your ticket.
This post-show celebration is the perfect time to chat with friends, meet new colleagues, and toast the exciting lineup of new plays.
Join this year’s company of artists and creative teams to celebrate the Humana Festival and experience one of Louisville’s other cultural treasures – Churchill Downs. This event is for weekend package attendees and local guests. Registration for local guests is requested. Please email or call Matthew Brown at extension 3085.
Join this thought-provoking new program where theatre professionals from around the country share their visions for the American theatre through fast-paced TED-style talks and conversations. This event is free, but ticketed. Please contact the Box Office toreserve your ticket.
Meet your fellow Festival attendees while enjoying food, drink, and live music.
Celebrate outstanding new plays with the New Play Awards from the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust and the American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA), recognizing new work that premiered professionally outside of New York City last year. The festivities continue with a lookback at this year’s Humana Festival and a toast to new works across the country! Please contact the Box Office to reserve your ticket.
Join us in our lobby spaces for an evening of food and drink as we celebrate the closing of the Festival and Actors Theatre’s Season. Come as you are or dressed to impress; either way, we are ecstatic to share this with our extended theatre family!