“Drinking Perfume” Opens June 19 at the Bard's Town Theatre
“Drinking Perfume” opens June 19 at the Bard's Town Theatre. The nonprofit theater, focuses on staging performances that are fresh and unique. In the spirit of William Shakespeare, they strive to create and perform new material for their audiences. "Drinking Perfume" was recently written by award-winning playwright Lindsey Price.
Laugh Out Loud in Louisville
The two character comedy is staged in Beth's house with the geeky Stan and the quirky Claudie as the only cast. The non-appearing Beth is Stan's girlfriend and Claudie's sister. Stan believes that Claudie has broken in and ransacked the house. Claudie thinks Stan is an intruder. The door bell rings and an envelope containing the message I KNOW is delivered. To the delight of the audience secrets are revealed as the comedy continues.
You Can't Claim The Price Isn't Right
The stage is located on the second level of the Bard's Town Restaurant and Pub in the Highlands area of Louisville at 1801 Bardstown Road. Tickets have a suggested price of $5-$20, but the theater lists them as pay what you can. All performances are at 7:30pm. The play runs through June 29. With the plethora of dining options on Bardstown Road, making this play part of a terrific night out in Louisville is easily accomplished. While the play, "Drinking Perfume" is recommended for ages 16 and up, the Bard's Town Theatre does have performances appropriate for younger audiences on both its theater and comedy schedules including family improv nights. The theater hosts their summer camp Play-cation! in July, as well.
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