November 12-23


THE SNOW QUEEN @ Walden Theatre, Main Stage
Nov 23 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Walden Theatre |  by Stanton Wood, based on the Hans Christian Andersen story
directed by Neill Robertson

A lively, contemporary, world-spanning adaptation of the
beloved classic tale of love, friendship, and determination
that stays true to the spirit of the original while incorporating
flavors from samba, rap, and hip hop.

Nov 15 1:30 pm | Nov 19 7 pm | Nov 22 1:30 pm | Nov 23 1:30 pm

UNCAGED DESENJUALADAS @ Walden Theatre, AltSpace
Nov 23 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Looking for Lilith Theatre Company
Uncaged Desenjauladas
Devised by the ensemble

Looking for Lilith has created a new, multi-lingual, multi-media work, Uncaged Desenjauladas,  combining the talents of local LFL artists & Latina actors, and our Guatemalan partners.  Slant audiences will witness the artistic journey of the Guatemaltecas over the last decade, as they have discovered their artistic voices and used those voices to educate and uplift other women.  This journey is encapsulated through the national icon of the quetzal, a bird who does not sing when in captivity. The production will include existing scenes created in Guatemala, integrated with new work created this fall, and video of both new and existing scenes. The production is a reflection of a decade of work in a groundbreaking international collaboration.

Nov 15 5:30 pm  | Nov 20 7:30 pm  | Nov 23 2:30 pm

TON OF BRICKS @ Walden Theatre, Main Stage
Nov 23 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Think Tank Theatre

The brainchild of Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble’s  Kyle Ware and Tony Dingman, makes it’s debut performance with a play about the ups and downs of love and everything in between. This collaborative piece will feature true stories of love from the Louisville community.

Nov 13 7:00 pm  | Nov 15 5:00 pm  | Nov 22 9:00 pm  | Nov 23 3:00 pm

AGATHA @ Walden Theatre, AltSpace
Nov 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Melinda Beck
By Melinda Beck

Agatha is running for Student Council, the cheer squad, quick recall and the lead role in the school play.  But apparently there’s a lot of competition to be considered for co-assistant treasurer, towel holder, tally taker and chorus member #4.  As Agatha deals with her speech impediment and self-esteem, she finds an unlikely friend in a Mexican exchange student, rekindles her flame for Simon the Steak and Shake boy, and somehow finds the strength to get through high school.

Nov 16 4:00 pm  | Nov 19 9:30 pm  | Nov 23 4:00 pm

BULL @ Walden Theatre, Main Stage
Nov 23 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Theatre [502]
by Mike Bartlett
directed by Mike Brooks

featuring Lucas Adams, Phil Lynch, Leah Roberts, and Bryce Wiebe

Knowing one of them is about to get the ax, three employees negotiate their distance from the chopping block in a mesmerizing dance to the death. A modern satire on survival, Bull keeps audiences laughing and cringing to the brutal end.

Directed by Theatre [502] Co-Artistic Director Mike Brooks, Bull marks the company’s first foray into the work of a non-American playwright, the acclaimed Mike Bartlett. It also returns to the stage [502] audience favorites Lucas Adams and Leah Roberts (most recently seen in Auctioning the Ainsleys), recent Ludlow Quinn Presents actor Phil Lynch, and introduces Bryce Wiebe.

Nov 13 9:00 pm  | Nov 15 7:00 pm  | Nov 21 7:00 pm  | Nov 23 5:00 pm

SlantMusic LOBBY SESSION: Hey Hey Honey @ Slant Lobby
Nov 23 @ 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Charles and Alex are collaborating singer-songwriters who are deeply thankful to share their music not only with each other, but also with the community. Connecting with others through music is a special privilege that they celebrate with every chance they get to perform. Their co-written lyrics originate from a variety of inspirations, and often tell stories – fictional, humorous, historical, playful, and sometimes truly personal. Some songs use characters and imagery that take listeners outside of them selves, while others come from a more private place, expressing and invoking immense feeling and meaning. Although safely described as a folk duo, Hey Hey Honey invites elements of blues, Americana, bluegrass, country, and alternative rock. They both sing and perform their songs on guitar, but they also play other supportive roles: Alex with fiddle and harmonies, and Charles with mandolin and harmonica. They just finished recording their debut album and look forward to sharing it with you soon!

Slanting in our lobby on November 23 @ 5 pm


JIM THORPE – All American @ Walden Theatre, AltSpace
Nov 23 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Jim Thorpe – All American
written & performed by Chris Anger
directed by Alec Volz

Jim Thorpe – All American continues the story that Chris Anger began with Dead Astronauts.  Follow Chris as he struggles with freedom, addiction, and wardrobe choices.

Nov 13 9:30 pm  | Nov 15 9:30 pm  | Nov 20 9:30 pm  | Nov 23 5:30 pm

FOOD TRUCK: Momma’s Mustard, Pickles & BBQ @ WALDEN THEATRE
Nov 23 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

BBQ offerings at SLANT!!!

SlantMusic LOBBY SESSION: Leigh Ann Yost @ Slant Lobby
Nov 23 @ 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Leah Ann Yost’s homegrown stories of love, loss and winding roads are captured in rhythm and song and projected on one’s soul. That is the difference between hearing music and witnessing an artist. Whether it’s part of a nightclub set past midnight, a fundraiser at a park or a road trip with a soundtrack to go –her music has become a part of the emotional and social landscape of Louisville, Kentucky.

Slanting in our lobby on November 23 @ 6:30 pm


AUDIENCE AWARD: Oedipus Rex, the Original MF @ Walden Theatre, Main Stage
Nov 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Our 2014 Audience Award Winner, The Bard’s Town’s Oedipus Rex, the Original MF, will close our festival!  Come join us for this raucous comedy followed by Slanty Awards and Closing Party in the Lobby.