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Actors Guild of Lexington lays off Eric Seale

Actors Guild of Lexington has laid off its artistic director, Eric Ryan Seale, the last employee on the theater’s payroll. Last month, Seale said the theater had left its home in the South Elkhorn Village shopping center off Harrodsburg Road because it … Continue reading

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Review: ‘William Shakespeare’s Land of the Dead’ by AGL

We are in the midst of a little backstage drama at William Shakespeare’s new Globe Theatre in 1599. The debut performance of Henry V has just concluded, and there are some congratulations, a lot of griping and colorfully spoken drama. … Continue reading

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Actors Guild going ahead with controversial Steve Jobs play

Despite revelations that significant portions of Mike Daisey’s The Agony and Ecstacy of Steve Jobs were fabricated, Actors Guild of Lexington is going ahead with a production of the play, albeit in an altered form. “We are very well aware … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs play will end Actors Guild’s current season

Updated at 3:56 p.m. March 16 to reflect news developments regarding This American Life’s broadcast of Mr. Daisey Visits the Apple Factory. Actors Guild of Lexington announced its final show of its 2011-12 season Tuesday, and it almost feels wrong … Continue reading

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2011 represents a new normal for arts scene

After a volatile year in Central Kentucky arts, 2011 should give us a sense of how things might settle in for the coming years. This will be a year that could establish new normals for the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra, which … Continue reading

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2010: the year in Central Kentucky arts

Lexington’s 2010 year in arts could not have been weirder if you took the city and plopped it in the middle of Florida. Between some major changes at area arts institutions and the unprecedented wave of local and national arts … Continue reading

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Actors Guild’s 2011 season

Just before Thanksgiving, Actors Guild of Lexington announced its 2011 season. The five-show season is the first new slate of shows AGL has announced since the theater had its request for an annual funding allocation denied by LexArts in 2009. … Continue reading

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AGL’s Tommy opens new amphitheatre

Actors Guild of Lexington will revive its June production of Tommy – The Concert in the city’s newest performance venue, the MoonDance at Midnight Pass amphitheatre at Beamont Center, on Aug. 8. “When we started building this, we reached out … Continue reading

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Studio Players 2010-11 season

Studio Players unveiled its 2010-11 season Thursday night. It is … Sept. 16-Oct. 10: The Jungle Fun Room by Brian Hampton – A comedy about struggling actors who work at children’s birthday parties in New York City. Hampton’s Checking In … Continue reading

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Actors Guild presenting Tommy at Buster’s

Actors Guild of Lexington will be back on stage in June, presenting Tommy – The Concert at Buster’s Billiards and Backroom. The announcement by AGL interim artistic director Eric Seale ends several months of silence from the theater, which abandoned … Continue reading

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