Senior critic at the Courier-Journal since 1958. Mootz's interview covers the early formation of both Theatre Louisville and Actors, Inc. and comes up to 1989.
Executive secretary and later receptionist at Actors Theatre of Louisville from 1966-1979. Coy's interview deals with the years 1966-1979, including the first years at the Train Station and the West Main locations.
Public relations intern at Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL), 1983-1984 season. Work as intern included helping compile an ATL production history (1964-1985), a copy of which will be housed with the U of L Archives in late 1992.
A carpenter in the Actors Theatre of Louisvlle scene shop, Hansen's interview covers his work as a carpenter in the late 1980s.
Worked with Actors Theatre of Louisville's teacher/student grant program, 1967. Professor of English and Humanities at U of L at the time of the interview, which covers his 1967 involvement with the grant program, his recollections of plays performed under Bock and Jory.
Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL) scenic designer, 1972-1989. Owen's interview covers his eighteen seasons with ATL.
Manager of restaurant "Downstairs at Actors." As of summer 1990, restaurant is called "Luckett's." Davidson's interview covers her management of the restaurant from the late 1970s to the present.
Rented and ran Art in Louisville Club building. Active in Louisville cultural community. Zimmerman's interview covers the possibility that ATL would purchase the Arts in Louisville Club building.
President of Actors Theatre of Louisville 1968-1969. At the time of the interview, was in legal practice. This interview deals with his term on the board 1968-1969.
President of Actors, Inc. beginning in 1964. President of merged Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL) beginning in 1965. At the time of the interview, Byck was living and working in California. Byck's (with Cornett) interview covers the years 1964-1966.