Tag Archives: Adam Luckey

Video: Adam Luckey’s five busy weeks

Balagula Theatre‘s production of The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? starts its final week today with Adam Luckey playing the lead role of Martin. In the video above, Luckey talks about his busy last several weeks balancing the Edward Albee play, which … Continue reading

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Adam Luckey is Red Barn Radio’s new host

Since the departure of Brad Becker, the host slot at  Red Barn Radio has become something of a musical chair, and not in the way the show intends. But as of last week, well-known Lexington actor Adam Luckey has taken over … Continue reading

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Video: Music of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

  One of the features of SummerFest’s production of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is original music. We talk to director and composer Adam Luckey and Kentucky Conservatory Theatre student composers Sarah Webb and Cameron Taylor about their contributions to … Continue reading

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Review: God of Carnage by On The Verge

More to read: In God of Carnage, real couples play couples at war Photo gallery: God of Carnage Veronica and Michael Novak have asked Annette and Alan Raleigh over to their house for a polite discussion about the playground squabble that ended … Continue reading

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Cruse leads local talent in Epperson’s Doritos Super Bowl contest entry

I would have posted this a few minutes earlier, but I had to go get a bag of Doritos. Fortunately – except for my alleged diet – mine didn’t disappear like Lee Cruse’s snacks kept vanishing in Jason Epperson’s entry … Continue reading

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WEG: A Kentucky Experience

I went out to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Monday to help man the Herald-Leader table in the trade pavilion. But a Facebook note from Adam Luckey kept me around for a while. Adam and Ryan Case had a … Continue reading

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Slide show: SummerFest’s The Merchant of Venice

SummerFest is back, starting tonight with Ave Lawyer’s production of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. It’s a modern-dress rendition of the story with a hip hop soundtrack and Shylock running his business dealings off of a laptop. Here’s a … Continue reading

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SummerFest 2010 looks great on paper

In many pursuits we talk about how something looks on paper — how capable are the forces that have been assembled at accomplishing the task at hand? By that criteria, it looks like a great July in the Arboretum for … Continue reading

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Live this Weekend: Balagula Theatre’s ‘B’ for Beckett

Press the play button to hear our podcast with Balagula Theatre co-director Ryan Case. [podcast]http://copiousnotes.bloginky.com/files/2009/09/090910balagula-beckettpcrc.mp3[/podcast] Copious Notes podcasts are available on iTunes. Balagula Theatre opens its first official season Sunday, Sept. 13 with ‘B’ for Beckett (A Night of Samuel … Continue reading

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First Look: SummerFest’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

SummerFest presents Patti Heying’s production of Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Robert Lewis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde July 15-19, 2009, in the Arboretum on Alumni Drive. In this version, Jekyll is played by one actor … Continue reading

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