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DADA WOOF, PAPA HOT by Peter Parnell 
Sponsored by: Crosby Law Offices
Performances:  January 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 @ 7:30 p; January 13 @ 2:30 p & 20 @ 5:30 p

Two couples who recently met at a parents group are out to dinner at the hot new restaurant. The foursome share photos of their kids, trade war stories from pre-school applications, and discuss their work. Alan and Rob, and Scott and Jason find plenty of common ground as gay couples raising kids in the city, and a play date with their children is set. As we follow these couples through their developing friendship, the conversation deepens from afterschool pick-up to the cracks in their marriages – struggles which are mirrored in the relationships of their straight friends as well.

GIRLFRIEND book by Todd Almond, music by Matthew Sweet
Sponsored by: Best Blind & Shade
Performances:  March 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23 @ 7:30 p; March 10 @ 2:30 p & 17 @ 5:30 p

Set to the irresistible songs from Matthew Sweet’s landmark album, this musical gives voice to those who grew up in small towns, those who didn’t quite fit in, and anybody who remembers the terror and thrill of first love. It’s small town Nebraska, 1993. Two teenage boys who’ve just graduated from high school – Will, a social outcast keeps his distance from people and Mike, the sports star and big man on campus, who despite having a girlfriend inexplicably finds himself attracted to Will – on Mike’s suggestion that they hang out they explore a relationship during a summer of self-discovery.

HIT THE WALL by Ike Holter 
Sponsored by: Caperton Realty
Performances:  May 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 @ 7:30 p; May 12 @ 2:30 p & 19 @ 5:30 p

It’s the early hours of June 28, 1969 when a routine police raid on The Stonewall Inn, a popular underground gay bar in Greenwich Village, sparks a full-scale riot. Violent protests and street demonstrations continued for the next several days in what became known as The Stonewall Riots, thrusting a group of unlikely revolutionaries onto the frontlines of history and igniting one of the most influential social and political movements of the 20th Century. It focuses on that wild and enigmatic first night of the riots, placing the audience just on the periphery of the conflict. An imaginative blend of history and mythology, it shines a contemporary light on the legacy of Stonewall.

The Board of Directors and Producing Artistic Director would like to thank the following for making this season possible:

Kentucky Arts Council – The Kentucky Arts Council is the state arts agency and is responsible for developing and promoting support for the arts in Kentucky. Strategically placed in the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, the Kentucky Arts Council is publicly funded by the Kentucky General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts, an independent agency of the federal government.

Brown-Forman – Brown-Forman employs more than 4,000 people worldwide with about 1,000 located in Louisville. Brown-Forman, one of the largest American-owned spirits and wine companies and among the top 10 largest global spirits companies, to sells its brands in countries around the world and has offices in cities across the globe. In all, Brown-Forman has more than 25 brands in its portfolio of wines and spirits.

LEO Weekly – The Louisville Eccentric Observer (LEO) was founded in 1990 as a free source of a wide range of opinions and commentary on current affairs, as well as a guide to local and regional entertainment and recreation opportunities.

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