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Community Ticket Grant program connects local nonprofits with Actors Theatre of Louisville

Actors Theatre of Louisville has announced the return of the popular Community Ticket Grant program for the 2019–20 Season, sponsored in part by Brown-Forman.

This local initiative extends the opportunity to experience Actors Theatre’s vibrant programming to any Louisville and Southern Indiana community groups and 501(c)(3) organizations that are interested in sharing theatrical experiences with their constituents.

Last season, the Community Ticket Grant program served 43 area charities, translating into theatrical experiences for about 1,400 local residents.

Melissa Hines, Actors Theatre Marketing Manager, is looking forward to the Community Ticket’s fourth season. “We are working hard to anticipate and remove barriers to artistic programming, especially for our neighbors,” she said. “Past participants have shared the positive impact on their members and constituents. It goes to show that arts experiences really are the gift that keeps on giving.”

Qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations and community groups serving individuals in the greater Louisville and Southern Indiana area are invited to apply to receive complimentary tickets to select performance of Actors Theatre’s 2019–20 Season. The selected groups will be awarded tickets to one of their three production choices. Groups will work with the Actors Theatre Marketing Department and Box Office to coordinate attendance details and seating selection for their group members.

Deadline to submit applications is Aug. 9. To apply, visit ActorsTheatre.org/CTG. Direct questions to Melissa Hines, Marketing Manager, at mhines@actorstheatre.org or (502) 584-1265, ext. 3140.

As part of their grant applications, groups may request tickets to select performances of the following productions in Actors Theatre’s 2019-20 Season:

Fifth Third Bank’s Dracula
originally dramatized by John L. Balderston and Hamilton Deane
from Bram Stoker’s world-famous novel Dracula
(adapted by William McNulty)
directed by Drew Fracher
Sept. 6 – Oct. 31
Bingham Theatre

Hype Man: a break beat play
by Idris Goodwin
directed by Jess McLeod
Sept. 11 – Oct. 13
Victor Jory Theatre

Measure for Measure
by William Shakespeare
directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld
in association with Fiasco Theater
part of the Bingham Signature Shakespeare Series
Oct. 9 – Oct. 27
Pamela Brown Auditorium

Fifth Third Bank’s A Christmas Carol
based on the book by Charles Dickens
(adapted by Barbara Field)
directed by Drew Fracher
Nov. 23 – Dec. 23
Pamela Brown Auditorium

The Wolves
by Sarah DeLappe
directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh
Jan. 8 – Feb. 1
Bingham Theatre

Once On This Island
book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
music by Stephen Flaherty
(based on the novel My Love, My Love by Rosa Guy)
directed and choreographed by Robert Barry Fleming
Jan. 29 – Feb. 16
Pamela Brown Auditorium

From Actors Theatre of Louisville

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