Louisville Fringe Festival


LVA's Artebella On The Radio 7.12.18

Zoë Peterson, Megg Ward, & Jon Becraft were my guests on the July 12 edition of LVA's Artebella On The Radio. All 3 will be participating in the new Louisville Fringe Festival that starts July 13: facebook.com/LouFringeFest. Tune into WXOX 97.1 FM/Artxfm.com each Thursday at 10am to hear me talk with Louisville artists.


Zoë Peterson is a student at Atherton High School and the Commonwealth Theatre Center, where she has acted, written, and directed. She is also involved with the Derby City Playwrights, from which has sprung her first full length play, “Shot In The Dark”, which will be presented during the Louisville Fringe Festival, Friday, July 13 at 7pm, Saturday, July 14 at 10pm and Friday, Feb. 20 at 7pm, all times at Four Pegs.


Megg Ward is a Louisville native who studied Theatre Arts, Humanities, Communicating History at University of Louisville & Shakespeare and Creativity at Shakespeare Institute. She will be premiering her new play, “If”, at the LFF on Sunday, February 15 at 10pm at Four Pegs.


Jon Becraft is a theatre artist active with Kentucky Shakespeare, The Bard’s Town, and others, and he is the co-founder of Baby Horse Theatre and the LWW. Baby Horse will be presenting “Robothello” on Saturday, February 14 at 7pm at the Monnik Beer Co. and Saturday, February 21 at 10pm at both at Four Pegs.


LVA's Artebella On The Radio 4.19.18


LouFringe is excited to announce the dates for the 1st ever Louisville Fringe Festival. The weekend of July 13, 14, 15, and 16 will get things started, and the fun continues the weekend of July 20, 21. Confirmed venues include Kaiju, Four Pegs, and The Cure. If you wish to submit something, proposals are due by May 1st. The three organizers of the festival joined us to talk about how people can get involved.

Eli Keel is “pretty much” a Louisville native. You may have seen him around town reading poetry, short stories, dancing or acting. He’s a passionate locavore, so you may have also seen him stuffing his face at one of Louisville’s amazing restaurants. When he isn’t too busy writing short stories, he blogs at amanwalksintoablog.wordpress.com.

Nicholas Hulstine is an actor and director known for his work on Above Suspicion (2018) and My Friend Dahmer(2017). In Louisville he has worked with Theatre [502], The Bard’s Town, and The Alley Theater.

Paul Coffey is a film producer and the CEO and Founder of Jutsu Aiki Martial Arts.

Tune in to WXOX 97.1 FM /Artxfm.com each Thursday at 10am for LVA's Artebella On The Radio.