Louisville) – The shadow of the frog that needs to be milked appeared in Nova Scotia and is about to appear at the Rudyard Kipling. A new theatre group, Frog Pump Productions, heads to the stage with an evening of amphibians and septic tanks, stalled lives and jump starts.
Performances of Rebecca Henderson and Heidi Saunders’ original contemporary play, FROG'S MILK/PUMP WORKS, are January 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m., and a 2:30 p.m. matinee on January 22, at The Rudyard Kipling Theater, 422 West Oak Street, Louisville 40203. Ticket prices are $15. Directed by Keith McGill, Frog’s Milk/Pump Works showcases actors Rebecca Henderson, Pattie Crawford, Jeremy Sapp, Tom Dunbar, and composer and keyboardist Frank Richmond. For tickets call 502-267-6915 or contact email@example.com. To reserve dinner before the show, call The Rudyard Kipling at 502-636-1311.
You do not need to be a frog-loving plumber to enjoy the show. Through the use of comedy, the play explores timeless themes of loss, grief, and the poignancy of hope. Three people meet over a septic tank and wind up filling more than the hole in the ground. “We meet these people at the point where their lives are about to change forever,” says director Keith McGill.
Playwright Heidi Saunders' win 2010 Kentucky Theatre Association was recognized as one of Kentucky's best playwrights that year; she has had staged readings at the South-eastern Theatre Association's annual meeting and at Alice Lloyd College. Rebecca Henderson’s work has been workshopped at Natasha's Theatre in Lexington to great acclaim. Both playwrights are members of the Kentucky Playwrights Workshop.
Frogs’ Milk/Pump Works by Rebecca Henderson and Heidi Saunders: January 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 at 7:30 PM, matinee January 22 at 2:30 PM. All performances will be presented at: The Rudyard Kipling Theatre, 422 West Oak St. Louisville, KY 40203
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For dinner before the show and tickets call 502-636-1311