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    Plenty of drama, comedy, returning favorites, and new works are to be found during the Actors Theatre 50th Anniversary season.

    During the season, Actors Theatre will feature returning favorites like Fifth Third Bank's Dracula (Sept.-Oct.) and Fifth Third Bank's A Christmas Carol (Nov.-Dec.).  

    The Brown-Forman Series shows, meanwhile, include Noises Off (Sept.), The Mountaintop (Oct.), Tom Jones (Nov.-Dec.), The Pirates of Penzance (Jan.-Feb. 2014), and Our Town (Jan.-Feb. 2014).  

    Of course, no Actors Theatre season would be complete without the Humana Festival of New American Plays.  The 38th Annual festival will run from Feb. 26-Apr.6, 2014.  

    All performances are to happen in the theatres of Actors Theatre, located at 316 West Main Street in downtown Louisville.

    Season ticket packages are available now.  The Brown-Forman Series package, providing tickets for all five Brown-Forman shows plus two Humana Festival shows, starts for as low as $125 per person.  The Choose Your Plays package, allowing for a choice of plays between the Brown-Forman, Fifth Third Bank, or Humana Festival shows, start at $123 per person.  Other ticket packages are available for seniors, students, educators, and the under 35 crowd.

    All season tickets can be purchased at the Actors Theatre box office, the Actors Theatre website, or by calling the box office at 502-584-1205.  

    More information on the Actors Theatre season can be found at the theatre company's website and the links above.

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