Artists – March 11th & 12th

March 6th, 2011

Artists and Motherlodge events during Humana
Festival’s Locals Weekend March 11 and 12 at The
Rudyard Kipling and Actor’s Theater of Louisville

Adam Rapp NYC

Author, playwright, screenwriter, director and musician Adam Rapp has been part of
every Motherlodge. This month, Adam is in Louisville directing the premiere of his
new play “The Edge Of Our Bodies” for the Humana Festival, featuring the music of
Christian Frederickson (of Rachels). Motherlodge and Humana Fest are co-presenting
events during Humana’s locals weekend on March 11 and 12, and during that weekend,
Rapp will be hosting a reading and allowing our audience access to an open rehearsal for
his play. He’ll also be strapping on a guitar on Monday March 21st to join Lady Rizo and
Craig Wright for a night of good jamming.

Date: March 11. 12, and 21

Le Petomane Louisville

Calling Louisville home after years living in New York, LePetomane “believe that
quality is always innovative …and that by remaining actively involved in our place and
time and maintaining an awareness of our community’s personal, political, and economic
realities our can speak clearly to that community.” A-MEN! LePetomane will be making
a special appearance during Motherlodge’s late shows during Humana’s Locals weekend.

Dates: March 11 or 12

Rebecca Hart NYC

Songwriter, singer, performer, actress and producer Rebecca Hart is a regular sell-out
at NYC’s Joe’s Pub with her band The Sexy Children. She was recently in Louisville
for Actor’s Theatre’s show Rock and Roll: The Reunion Tour, and returns this month in
Anne Washburn’s play The Devil At Noon premiering at The Humana Festival. She’ll be
jumping in on the Motherlodge shows for Humana’s local’s weekend on March 11 and
12. On March 26th at midnight, she’ll perform a song cycle from her musical-in-progress

Dates: March 11,12, and 26

Scott Anthony Louisville

Actor, singer, and musician Scott Anthony fueled the Alley Theater’s first season with
incomparable turns as Ash in Evil Dead and last year’s critically acclaimed lead turn as
Hedwig. As a musician, Scott has played with Frisbee, lovesauce and soulbones, rain
chorus, Saltwood Press, an as-yet-unnamed band that plays Steely Dan music. He will be
present for a Motherlodge late show during Humana’s locals weekend on March 11 and

Date: March 11 or 12

Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours

For Motherlodge’s shows during The Humana Fest’s locals weekend we are thrilled to
reprise one of the stunning shows from last Fall’s Motherlodge Louisville. Curated by
local musician Danny Flanigan, Rumours began as an idea to perform a classic album
live and became a magic mix of Louisville music makers who religiously rendered the
music, complete with a telling of Romeo and Juliet by local performance artist Tiffany
LaVoie. The Rumours band features Flanigan, Kimmet Cantwell, Brigid Kaelin, Todd
Johnson, Tim Halcomb and Ray Rizzo.

March 12th (2 shows at 7pm and 9pm)

Kevin J Thornton Nashville

For Humana’s locals weekend, we’re extending the city limits to Nashville to include
Kevin J. Thornton, who is regular of the Fringe Festival circuit. A throwback to the
vaudeville era-artists, Kevin’s one-person odysseys are a fusion of stand-up comedy,
Sedaris-like storytelling and original music akin to Ryan Adams and John Hiatt. We’re
very glad to have him perform on March 11 and join us later that night for the Humana/
Motherlodge late show.

March 11

Shelby Park Soul Kitchen Louisville

The avant music/cooking performances of SPSK make music out of food and explore
the meanings within the menu with a mix of broken theatrics, funk, and stoner space
jams. Chef Timothy Tucker cooks with microphones on his appliances and a guitar
pickup in his cutting board. His band create open terrain for a’la carte guest artists.

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