Thank you for checking in with LRC!
We have been on a break recently to restructure, but we are close to relaunching,
and continuing our mission to the Louisville community.
Thanks for your continued support, and keep watching this space, as we will have exciting news soon!
* Mission Statement *
Founded in 1992, Louisville Repertory Company serves the Louisville community by taking our audiences on an annual journey from the classic to the contemporary, through the power and excitement of live theatrical performances. Our mission is to appeal to the local community by creating accessible and socially relevant theatre. LRC’s vision is to serve theatre students, support local artists, and entertain the theatre audiences in and around Louisville.
* Vision & Values *
The Louisville Repertory Company's goal is to achieve its mission through the following areas:
Creating an educational bridge for students transitioning from academia to professional theatre
Supporting local artist creatively and financially.
Providing theatre that is accessible to all audiences (including non-traditional theatre goers).
* Previous Productions *
* What People Say *
Craig Nolan Highley
LOUISVILLE REPERTORY COMPANY DELIVERS QUALITY PRODUCTION OF SARTRE CLASSIC (NO EXIT)
In the Louisville Repertory Company’s current staging of the show, the questions of self that have been debated for millennia and provides no easy answers, are raised again with a flourish; it’s a solid production of a play that dares to make you think.
LOUISVILLE REP'S FUDDY MEERS REFLECTS THE STRENGTH OF THE CITY'S THEATRE SCENE
In case there was any doubt, this show is pure proof that there is quality community theatre in Louisville.
LOUISVILLE REPERTORY CO. SOARS WITH 'CUCKOO'S NEST'
What is remarkable about this play is the humanity brought to every character, thanks to the script, the tight direction and a talented cast; there is a clear sense that these are full human beings living and breathing even after stepping foot offstage. This production is sometimes funny, sometimes tragic, but always genuine — not to be missed.
THE NAUGHTY FUN OF “GREAT AMERICAN SEX PLAY” FROM LOUISVILLE REPERTORY COMPANY IS SURPRISINGLY THOUGHT-PROVOKING
The play itself by Louisville Repertory Company is every bit as bold as the title, taking on a Very Big Topic (the nature of inherent sexual identity) in a vastly entertaining and adult manner that will delight many and scandalize some... and if it does [scandalize], the cast and crew should accept it as a measure of their success. This production is provocative with a capital “P” and proud of it.