From left, Jade Fields (played by Mary Sue Gray), Brimstone T. Lemmon (G.B. Dixon), Guy Stalwart (Wesley Marlowe) and Violet Fields (Robin Humphress) seek their own goals throughout “The Desperate Director.” This past weekend, Kentucky Classic Theatre gave its first two performances of “The Desperate Director,” a new, old-fashioned melodrama. The play is set in the 1920s. Movie director Brimstone T. Lemmon (played by G.B. Dixon) tries to convince Violet Fields (played by Robin Humphress) to become his wife and to star in movies for him. Fields is in love with Guy Stalwart (played by Wesley Marlowe), a famous actor in his own right, who has reasons to distrust Lemmon. Audience members are encouraged to react to the action and the characters on the stage. The final two performances of the play will be presented at 8 p.m. Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at the Centre Square Fine Arts Building. Tickets can be purchased at Farmers National Bank, 100.9 MIKE FM and at the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission Office in Lebanon or at Taylor County Bank in Campbellsville. For more information, call (270) 692-0021.