PTC: The Tens

Sponsored by:
  • The Roy Cockrum Foundation

January 15 - January 19, 2019


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An exciting evening of ten-minute plays.

Ten Reasons You Should Get Yourself to The Tens

JANUARY 15-19, 2019

in the Victor Jory Theatre

Join us starting an hour before each show in the Victor Jory Lobby for a DJ, specialty cocktails and live performances prior to curtain.

The Tens 2019 at Actors Theatre


In Paris You Will Find Many Baguettes but Only One True Love
by Mike Lew
directed by Rachel Dart

Liz is looking for love and Lindy is looking to fix her broken heart–so they head, of course, to Paris. When Liz finds the man of her dreams, Lindy faces a decision: can we just let our friends be happy? Advisory: This play contains a mime.

by Emily Schwend
directed by Kyle Haden

Families might be able to forgive, but some mistakes are too big to forget. When her sister Melissa visits her at a halfway house, Kat learns that promises and pecan squares may not be enough to mend the missteps of her past.

Coffee Break
by Tasha Gordon-Solmon
directed by Emily Moler

Is love written in the stars? Is it written in the coffee foam? Sometimes, it can be so hard to read the signs.

Poor Shem
by Gregory Hischak
directed by Kyle Haden

Of all the things you give in life, none is more precious than your labor. A tiny play about three characters and a photocopier.

3:59am: a drag race for two actors
by Marco Ramirez
directed by Shareef Elkady

Two young men on the edge find redemption behind the wheel. Ramirez deftly fuses lyrical beauty and percussive heat in this high-octane, pulse-pounding drag race.

by Sarah Grace Welbourn and Annabeth Bondor-Stone
directed by Rachel Dart

A play about small talk’s soul-numbing effect on the human spirit. It takes place in an elevator. As you might imagine.

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Actors Theater of Louisville
316 West Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Box Office: 502.584.1205
502.371.0956 TDD

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