Actors Theatre of Louisville

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Senior critic at the Courier-Journal since 1962. Saunders retired in 1987, is playwright, and freelance writer. Saunders' interview covers the early years of Actors Inc., Theatre Louisville, the merger of Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL), and the present ATL.

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Became involved with ATL in 1966-1967. Served as ATL board president in 1978-79. Longtime ATL board member. His construction company performed the renovation of the Train Station and the Main Street locations. Dahlem's interview covers the years of his involvement, from 1966 through his...

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Director of "Tales of the Lost Formicans" shown in the thirteenth annual Humana Festival of New American Plays. At the time of the interview, she was a free-lance director out of Los Angeles. Levitow's interview covers her artistic background, discussion of the play "Tales,...

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Member of Actors, Inc.'s original resident company. At the time of the interview, was performing regularly in regional theaters. Interview consists of recollections concerning the plays performed during the summer of 1964 through the 1965-1966 season; his theory about Actors, Inc.'s...

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Actor, playwright and sister of Susan Kingsley, deceased ATL resident actor on and off 1969-1984. Cardwell's interview deals mostly with Kingsley's entire time with Actors Theatre of Louisville.

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With Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL) since 1965. At the time of the interview, he was serving as ATL's Administrative Director. Speer's interview covers the years 1965-1989 with emphasis on the business aspects.

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President of Theatre of Louisville, 1963-1964; vice president of the merged Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL), 1964; member ATL Board of Directors, 1963 until the time of the interview. Bingham is a member of a major philanthropic family in Louisville. This interview covers the years 1962-69,...

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Served as volunteer, board member, and staff member, 1968-1986. Worked for the Louisville Orchestra at the time of this interview. Miller's interview covers her eighteen years with Actors Theatre of Louisville.

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Theatregoers since they first moved to Louisville in 1967. David practices counseling; Martha runs Preservation Alliance Bookstore. Culls' interview covers plays they've seen from 1967-1989.

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Theatregoer and member of Actors Associates in 1980s. Wallace's interview covers the Actors Associates' volunteer responsibilities.

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