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LVA's Artebella On The Radio May 30, 2019

Looking for Lilith Theatre Company is producing the world premiere of Eli Keel's Note May 31, and Meghan Logue Holland is one of the cast. They joined Keith Waits in the studio May 30 to talk about it. Tune in WXOX 97.1 FM, or stream on Artxfm.com Thursday at 10am.


ELI KEEL is a playwright, actor, and journalist. Eli is also a non-binary queer who is bi-polar. He is a member of the 2019 cohort of the Hadley Creatives | Co-founder of Louisville Fringe Festival | Work produced by Theatre 502Looking for Lilith Theatre CompanyDerby City PlaywrightsSpalding UniversityPPINK, 1619 Flux: Art + Activism, and Suspend the Moment Productions LLC. He won the Arts-Louisville.com award for best new play, the Theatre [502] Produced Nobody Bunny in the Golden Age of Animation.


MEGAN LOGUE HOLLAND is an actor making her Looking for Lilith debut. Here in Louisville she has worked with The Bard’s Town Theatre; Mary Shelley Electric Co; Baby Horse Theatre Group; Finnigan Productions; Derby City Playwrights; Clarksville Little Theatre. She is a Member of the Louisville Championship Arm Wrestling roster as ‘Jane Saw’. Training: BFA Northern Kentucky University (Acting).

NOTE by ELI KEEL presented by Looking for Lilith

MAY 31, JUNE 1, 3, 7, 8 @ 7:30 pm, and JUNE 9 @ 5:30 pm at
The Mex Theater at The Kentucky Center for the Arts

Link Round Up

Friday Link Roundup: February 15, 2019



Sergio's Museum presented by Theatre [502] opens tonight at The Barons Theatre on Main Street.

Afterloves: Love Lives in the Afterlife is co-created by Louisville native Betsy Reisz, and she has brought it home to The Bard’s Town for this weekend only.

Sister Cities of Louisville’s Cultural Ambassador Intern to Ghana, Cameren Golden, will lecture at Kosair Charities tonight. Love Ghana


Montage Lives! Our Artistic Past Informs The Future opens at 1619 Flux Art+Activism today. If you don’t know what “Montage” was then you should come to this event.

Opening Reception--Artist Talk for the Secret History of the American River People exhibit at The Portland Museum.

Young Picasso, directed by Phil Grabsky, is at Speed Cinema this weekend.