The holidays are an opportunity to try something new (and we're NOT talking about fruitcake and the green stuff in the casserole dish). Louisville's wackiest theatre group has something planned. Now all they need is you to show up!
Two local artists who have become experts at finding interesting qualities in humans team up to bring new stuff to the public at the Carnegie Center in November and December.
Art can and should be considered and appreciated by everyone, regardless of physical conditions. The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft is helping to bring art to visually impaired students by partnering with Kentucky School for the blind.
It's no secret that we have a thriving arts scene to be proud of, and the 2007 Community Arts award will take a look at the best of the best and recognize the outstanding accomplishments over the year. But hurry up and nominate someone!
No writers, no entertainment. And everybody has a little bit of a writer in them. Spalding University is once again bringing in some big names for your education and entertainment.
Forget about the NFL or Cardinal Football. You want real competition? You'll get it at the Art Sanctuary's Writer Showcase this weekend. You can probably leave the giant foam "#1" finger at home.
If Pink Floyd can work in the land of Oz, why not a prestigious group like the Louisville Orchestra? See The Wizard Of Oz like never before with one of the city's greatest treasures supplying the music.
Why wait until March to get your fill? And your name doesn't have to be O'Reilly or McGrady. An Irish-music themed show takes the stage at the 930 Art Center in November with My Darling Asleep as the headliner.
Le Petomane Double Feature, including an episode of their would-be radio saga, Gladys . . . of Adventure! (the runaway audience vote winner of the “Le Petomane’s Next Show” competition) and A Very Special Holiday Special, their shameless attempt to take advantage of your holiday theater jones.
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.