Arts-Louisville: Death Will Come to All Things
Voice-Tribune: Classical Theatre for Every Man
Courier-Journal: Rare Staging of 15th Century ‘Everyman’
Arts-Louisville: Medea is Thrilling
The Leo: Savage Rose Opens Season with Medea
Insider Louisville: Savage Rose’s ‘Medea’ Makes Fraught Myth Feel Real
A Note from Our Artistic Director:
I’m very pleased to continue Savage Rose’s mission of bringing great classical theatre to our community. Our company has been going through a major transition in the last few months, and it has been encouraging to be asked about what’s happening with the company and what we’ll be doing next. I couldn’t be happier to proclaim that we’re still going strong and we have an exciting season lined up for 2015-2016 along the theme of “Revenge and Redemption.”
Eurpides’ monumental tragedy Medea and the anonymous morality play Everyman are powerful, timeless pieces and surprisingly excellent foils for each other. Our play reading series Words Words Words returns on a bi-monthly basis, giving audiences a chance to hear a wide range of dramatic works, many not often produced.
My very deepest thanks for your support for Savage Rose as we look into the future and strive to always bring you dynamic classical theatre and to share with you our enthusiasm for the power of language.
Kelly Moore, Artistic Director
Want to hear more from Kelly about Savage Rose and our upcoming season? Check out her interview with Elizabeth Kramer at the Courier-Journal HERE!