The action takes place in London, but this is no Mary Poppins.
Eat Your Heart Out features a good story, plenty of humor, and plenty of love stories for your date.
Maybe the NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament marks your first time to Louisville. Or maybe you’ve been here before but are looking to dive like a player chasing a loose ball into some of its neighborhoods. When you print out your brackets, also print out a copy of this article to make the most out of your stay.
Celtic Crossroads' merchandise was bringing in people off the streets and their performance was better than expected!
“This is the most crowded I’ve ever seen Headliner’s,” a girl shouted to me as the opening act, “Larry & his Flask” seriously revved up to wind their show down. She wasn’t far from wrong – Headliner’s was almost at capacity with some of Louisville’s rowdiest to see The Reverend Horton Heat with special guests “The Goddamn Hallows”, and “Larry & His Flask” who gave a serious foot-stompin’, soul scratchin’ sermon of unholy loudness. This past Tursday, March 8th, service was held by Heat and friends on their "Stewed, Screwed, & Tattooed" tour.
Silver Creek High School heads Into the Woods this weekend.
The audience got a little wild at the Improv last night, but Jake Iannarino and Dan Cummins kept the under control and in stitches.
The Speed Museum creates a perfect climate.
Actors Theatre and Humana Festival present Eat Your Heart Out starting today.
Clarksville Little Theatre presents Natural Woman: Songs to Make You Feel So Good Inside beginning tonight.
Get ready to re-learn the alphabet – Irish style. Local author – and dual Irish citizen – Viki Pidgeon presents her latest ode to the Emerald Isle with a children’s book designed to marry fun with facts. Catch her at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Saturday, March 10th, at 4pm.