Kentucky Apprentices Showcased in Jump Cuts, Starting Dec. 15

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The apprentices and interns at Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY, are set to perform Jump Cuts, a showcase of 10 short plays, on Dec. 15, 16 and 19.

The apprentices and interns at Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY, are set to perform Jump Cuts, a showcase of 10 short plays, on Dec. 15, 16 and 19.

This year's plays are by authors represented in previous Humana Festivals and members of ATL's staff, and also include submissions to the theatre's National 10-Minute Play Competition.

Here's what's being performed: Acorn, by David Graziano; directed by Sandra Grand. Cast: Catherine Papafotis and Matthew Damico.

Damages to Tony, by Matthew Southworth; directed by Sandra Grand. Cast: Trina Fischer and Kyle Hamman.

The History of Me, by Eleanore C. Speert; directed by Michelle Strier. Cast: Rachel  Mendez, Woodwyn Koons and Sarah Sommervold. Making the Call, by Jane Martin; directed by Sullivan Canaday White. Cast: Gretha Omey and Justin Alley.

The Road to Ruin, by Richard Dresser; directed by Michelle Strier. Cast: Katie Lose, Adam Heffernan, Eric Bryant and Geoffrey S. Hillback.

Coffee Break, by Michelle Strier; directed by Sullivan Canaday White. Cast: Ann Marie Healy, Rachell Mendez and Adam Montgomery Richman.

Everybody into the Gene Pool, by Stephen Mo Hanan; directed by Jennifer Hubbard. Cast: Sara June Smith, Katie Lose, Sherry Okamura and Adam Heffernan.

Lonely, by Ann Marie Healy; directed by Michael Bigelow Dixon. Cast: Hilary Redmon, Sara Sommervold and Shawn Fagan.

The Processional, by Jennifer McMaster and Robert D. Kemnitz; directed by Stuart Carden. Cast: Woodwyn Koons, Hilary Redmon, Arthur Allen Doederlein, Eric Bryant and Geoffrey S. Hillback.

Singleton, the Medal Winner, by Thomas Babe; directed by Stuart Carden. Cast: Craig Michael Robillard, Erich Hamm and Adam Montgomery Richman.

Admission is free, but tickets are required. Curtain times are diverse and include performances in the afternoon, early evening, and late night hours. All plays are at the ATL Bingham Theatre in Louisville, KY. For schedule and tickets, call (502) 584-1205.

-- By Rebecca Paller

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