Sitting across the table from Nora Christensen and Shawn Hennessey, the masterminds behind Squallis Puppeteers, I feel a little like Chris Farley interviewing Sir Paul McCartney.
Were it 2009 or 2010, you may very well have found Theatre  artistic directors Gil Reyes, Amy Attaway, and Mike Brooks huddled alone in a dark corner of a bar on a Friday night drinking pale ales and feverishly … Continue reading
Main Street is quiet and deserted. It is a landscape of soothing, buttery weekend calm after yet another noisy cycle of the summer work week has come to a frenzied close. Rounds of friendly banter buzz around the silent equipment … Continue reading
The startup community in Louisville is by no means large, and there are even fewer technology startups. As a fellow tech startup founder, I make a point of meeting other tech startup teams either at networking events or one-on-one meetings. … Continue reading
Actors Theatre of Louisville opens its season with an ambitious contemporary staging of “Romeo and Juliet.” The play will be directed by Tony Speciale, a Louisville native and an alumnus of the Acting Apprentice Company at Actors Theatre. Born and … Continue reading
Dearest Timothy, I’m going to a clothing optional pool party and I’m wondering if I have what it takes to fly free? Should I prepare to be the creeper in baggy trunks squinting at all the soft, sexy earth tones? … Continue reading
My wife always compiles her worries and concerns until we have to have a long, difficult, drawn out conversation. I would rather deal with something when she’s annoyed with me (e.g., I left my dishes in the sink again) and … Continue reading
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest recently hosted David Sharpe and Anne Abrons as part of the facility’s annual Artist in Residence program. I had the pleasure of visiting with these two talented artists just as they were finishing their time … Continue reading