Local guy Allen Needham has assembled a great production that will rock downtown Louisville (if they can fit everything into the nightclub)! Pink Floyd fans...this may be as close as you'll get to the real thing!
Louisville's esteemed Youth Performing Arts School does their take on rhythm, rhyme, and music in a really cool integration of the characters of Dr. Suess.
We're not quite sure what you find in a secret garden, but we're pretty sure it's not carrots, tomatoes, green beans, and zuchini. If you want to know, you'll have to get the family downtown to the Bomhard Theatre this weekend.
A fun-filled day awaits you and the kids with costumes, karaoke, magic, and...uh...The Louisville Orchestra too! What a great way to get your kids involved in great music and culture.
OK, so it's not quite what you think. No zombies involved. But the First Friday Trolley Hop will have a little extra something going on at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft. BOO!
Actors’ Theatre of Louisville will host the exhibition Uncommon Wealth, a collection of work by visual arts recipients of the Kentucky Arts Council’s Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship award.
Halloween is the second most popular reason for adults to go out and party. What about the kiddos? Do they get their fill with a plastic pumpkin full of candy? Fourth Street Live! is looking to entertain everbody this Halloween weekend.
It was the winning jockey, with the whip, in the cocktail lounge! OK, who knows for sure who did it, but you'll never know unless you plan to attend
It was a time when mullets were more than acceptable, they were expected! It was a time of piano neckties. It was a time for Duran Duran to rule the world. It was the time of your life and it's coming to the Kentucky Center!
Louisville's nationally acclaimed professional theatre for young audiences, is dedicated to bringing the finest quality theatre to young people and families. Now, in their 61st season, Stage One continues to be recognized as one of the nation’s leading professional theatres for young audiences.
The classic tale of a boy and his issues with his parents is back on the state at the Walden Theatre. You think YOU have problems? Oedipus invented "issues".
An American treasure and native Hoosier wrote classics like "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening" and his statue is on tour to reintroduce him to a new generation.