Actors Theatre of Louisville

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Gross, who is an actor, discusses his life and his role as Scott in the Actors Theater of Louisville's production of "Scott and Zelda." He is joined by Lauren Levian who discusses her role as Zelda in the same production.
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A carpenter in the Actors Theatre Louisvlle scene shop, Hansen's interview covers his work as a carpenter in the late 1980s.
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Began with ATL in 1973-74 as Director of Community Relations. She began her eighth year as the Associate Director in 1988-89 season. Herbert-Slater's interview covers the years 1973-89, with discussion on ATL's overseas productions, and her different positions with the organization.
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President of Actors Theatre of Louisville 1968-1969. At the time of the interview, was in legal practice. This interview deals with his term on the board 1968-1969.
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Member of Actors, Inc.'s original resident company. At the time of the interview, was performing regularly in regional theaters. Interview consists of recollections concerning the plays performed during the summer of 1964 through the 1965-1966 season.
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Director of "Tales of the Lost Formicans" shown in the thirteenth annual Humana Festival of New American Plays. At the time of the interview, she was a free-lance director out of Los Angeles. Levitow's interview covers her artistic background, discussion of the play "Tales", and other topics.
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ATL board president 1987-1989. At the time of the interview, was active in cultural aspects of Louisville. Middleton's interview covers her two terms as president and the responsibilities of the board of directors.
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Served as volunteer, board member, and staff member, 1968-1986. Worked for the Louisville Orchestra at the time of this interview. Miller's interview covers her eighteen years with ATL.
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Master electrician at ATL's Victor Jory Theatre. Misner's interview covers his work in the late 1980s as an electrician.
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Senior critic at the Courier-Journal since 1958. Mootz's interview covers the early formation of both Theatre Louisville and Actors, Inc. and comes up to 1989.