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    Eight plays, less than two hours, for one price.  Not a bad deal, and The Bard's Town will provide that beginning tonight in Ten-Tucky Festival of Ten-Minute Plays.  

    The Ten-Tucky Festival will run Aug. 17-21 and 24-27 at 7:30 p.m. each night.  All performances will take place inside The Bard's Town, located at 1801 Bardstown Road in the Highlands.  

    Tickets for the festival are $16 per person and can be purchased online at The Bard's Town website or by calling 749-5275.  Tickets, if still available, may also be sold at the door.  More ticket information can be found at The Bard's Town website.

    The Ten-Tucky Festival will have eight plays by eight playwrights and eight directors.  All plays are around 10 minutes long and have a wide range of situations, like Girl Scout cookie theft (Neighborly Do's and Don'ts), a presidential debate (The Internet President), remembering a childhood (Over), and Adam and Eve undergoing marriage counseling (Love Religiously).  

    Other plays in the festival include a take on Waiting for Godot (Wedding for Godot), a Cardinals fan looking for his wife's cat (The Intruder), a wedding party sans a groom (Disappearances), and a meeting at a bar (Encounter at the Ink Spot).  

    More information the rest of The Bard's Town's entertainment, food, and drink options can be found at the facility's website.

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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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