What do you get when 40 galleries group together to share the experience of original art? You get a great event with a huge variety of things meant to inspire thought and appreciation.
Great writing is the keystone to entertainment and Spalding is bringing in two heavyweights to show how they do it. Spalding University's Festival of Contemporary Writing in early November will be host to the events.
A favorite of the ladies (he's hitched to Desperate Housewives Nicolette Sheridan), Michael Bolton has one of the most recognizable voices in the last 20 years. Soul to swing, and now with the great Louisville Orchestra, Bolton performs to bring the house down.
The Louisville Orchestra continues to redefine what an orchestra can do by bringing in a mainstay of Southern Rock. Imagine a whole group of violins outdueling the devil!
Kentucky HomeFront is hosted by John Gage and taped, before a live audience in Louisville, Kentucky, on the second Saturday of every month (except January and July) and is aired weekly on public radio stations throughout Kentucky. Get a list of the performers right here.
Hipper than hip songstress brings the show to the Brown Theatre on Tuesday, November 20. Which Feist will show up? Sensitive acoustic Feist or feisty rocker feist?
The timeless tale of King Arthur and his court will be told from the stage at the Kentucky Center for the Arts with one of Hollywood's most recognizable faces (and a Tony Award nominee) in the lead.
The tour rolls into Fourth Street LIVE! on October 26 with Pure South and Diamond Rio. You see the news stories on all the missing people around the country. Here's YOUR chance to make a difference!
If you're looking for a way to get in the spirit, Blue Apple Players, one of Louisville's nonprofit theater companies, is proud to present “Make Room for Elves,” an original musical that will take the stage at 11a.m. on Saturday, December 8, 2007 at The Brown Theatre.
Ah, the trials and tribulations and revelations of love...and marriage. Everybody has a unique story. I'm Ready Productions brings one to the stage at the Palace this Sunday night on their opening night of the tour.
Louisville artist puts NYC on display with "photographic fiber work". The combination of photographic imagery and the craft of quilting presents a different take on visual presentation.
The Performing Arts Exchange, presented by the Southern Arts Federation in collaboration with the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and the New England Foundation for the Arts is expected to attract over 1,000 attendees to Louisville September 26-29. The Kentucky Arts Council is local host for this major marketplace for performing arts presenting and touring in the eastern United States.