See William Shakespeare’s Star Wars February 25
What if Shakespeare had written the “Star Wars” saga instead of George Lucas? You don’t have to answer the question, because the Alley Theater will. Be there February 25, and may the force be with thou.
Star Wars, Shakespeare Style
This play at the Alley tells the story of a young knight and an evil lord, themes that were pretty popular back in Shakespeare’s day. You’ll also see what happens to the captured princess. The familiar story now has all the epic embellishments of Shakespeare himself, dripping with drama and rife with comedy just like all of his greatest plays.
Be at the theater from 7:30 to 9:30 pm, and see a Shakespeare play that’s definitely different from others you may have seen in the past. And even if you think you’ve seen “Star Wars” before, this version will show you things you never knew about the story.
You can find the Alley near the waterfront at 633 West Main Street. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for students and seniors.
A Grand Old Life in Old Louisville
You could go all over the city, and you won’t find a neighborhood quite like Old Louisville. This community has a distinct look because it’s a large historic district, full of Victorian-era homes that were built to be extravagant in their day. You can see embellishments and extra touches everywhere in Old Louisville, and people who come here often fall in love with the homes here.
From the tall townhouses to the cute condos to the mansion-like family homes, Old Louisville has a different sort of lifestyle for everyone. You’ll see students rushing off to class, professionals coming home from their jobs in downtown offices, entrepreneurs who own their own local businesses. All sorts of people live in Old Louisville to create a diverse, unique community. This neighborhood is where you can find Shakespeare in the park in the summer, an art show in St. James Court in the fall and all sorts of gatherings for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.
After you go back in time to a galaxy far away and the days of merry old England when Shakespeare was alive, step into the Victorian Era in Old Louisville. You may be stepping toward your brand-new life in this historically beautiful Louisville neighborhood.
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