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    How far can ambition and heart take a group when the group has no talent?


    For The Cherry Sisters Revisited, it's to Actors Theatre beginning March 18.


    The Cherry Sisters Revisited will take place in the Pamela Brown

    Auditorium at Actors Theatre, located at 316 W. Main Street in downtown Louisville.


    The show, which is part of both the Brown-Forman Series and the Humana Festival of New American Plays, will be performed at various times and dates between March 18 and April 11.


    Tickets for the show are $35, $45, or $56 for opening night as well as Friday and Saturday evening shows.


    For Sunday through Thursday shows and weekend matinees, tickets are $31, $41, and $47.


    For the Wednesday matinee show on April 7, tickets are $25, $35, and $40.


    Tickets can be purchased by going to the Actors Theatre website at, or by calling the box office at 502-584-1205.


    The Cherry Sisters Revisited is a comedy that follows a group and their Vaudeville dreams from Iowa all the way to Broadway.


    The group is a hit despite being not that good at either acrobatics or singing.


    Dan O'Brien wrote the production with music from Michael Friedman and direction from Andrew Leynse.


    The production is recommended for audiences of at least high school age due to strong language.


    Image credit: Actors Theatre

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    A near life-long resident of Louisville, Brian has written for since spring 2010. He has also written for various publications and online sites, including the Mount Vernon Democrat and Louisville Catholic Sports. Brian spends most of his free time enjoying the theatre scene, hanging out at the nearest coffee shop, and enjoying life.

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