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Actor's Express likes to pluck its newest work from the annual Humana Festival of New Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville. It has done so again with Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. When they’re interrupted by a boy soldier on the run, they're thrust into a chain of events that changes them forever. Kennesaw State’s Karen Robinson directs an enviable cast comprising Ashley Anderson (Essential Theatre’s Ada and the Memory Engine), Isake Akanke (Synchronicity Theatre’s Eclipsed), Stephen Ruffin (the Alliance’s Too Heavy for Your Pocket) and Rob Demery (Too Heavy for Your Pocket, True Colors’ Fetch Clay Make Man).

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Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves.
November 8, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $25.00
Our Price: $12.50
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November 9, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $25.00
Our Price: $12.50
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November 10, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $25.00
Our Price: $12.50
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*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.
Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves.
November 15, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

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November 16, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

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November 22, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

(10 Available)
*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.
Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves.
November 23, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

(10 Available)
November 29, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

(10 Available)
November 30, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

(10 Available)
*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.
Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves. Hansol Jung's Cardboard Piano, set in a remote Ugandan village on  New Year’s Eve in 1999. There, two girls — a villager, and the daughter of American missionaries — sneak into a church to hold a makeshift wedding for themselves.
December 6, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

(10 Available)
December 7, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
"Cardboard Piano" at Actor's Express

Full Price: $34.00
Our Price: $17.00
Savings: $17.00

(10 Available)
*All tickets will be left at will call.
*All tickets will be left at will call.