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    Young American Shakespeare Festival
    Featuring THREE plays in repertory: The Tempest by William Shakespeare, directed by Julane Havens; Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare directed by J. Barrett Cooper; and The Liar by Pierre Corneille, adapted by David Ives directed by Charlie Sexton.

    May 9-19
    Walden Theatre
    1123 Payne St.
    http://www.waldentheatre.org
    502-589-0084
    $8-$15


    CATL @ the Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    catl., a rhythm and blues act hailing from Toronto, are well known for their high-energy live performances and getting people on the dance floor. They have released 3 full-length records to critical acclaim and toured extensively in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada throughout 2012 in support of their latest release, ‘Soon this will all be gone’.


    May 9, 9:00-1:00 AM

    Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    331 E Market St
    Louisville, KY 40202
    http://haymarketwhiskeybar.com/
    502.442.0523
    TBA

    Soundgarden
    Fresh off the first leg of their critically acclaimed sold-out US tour supporting the release of their new record King Animal, Soundgarden rolls into the Louisville Palace on Friday, May 10th.

    May 10, 7:30 PM
    Louisville Palace
    625 South 4th Street
    http:www.louisvillepalace.com
    $59.50


    Il Divo
    An international sensation, operatic pop quartet Il Divo has sold more than 26 million records worldwide. Performing with full orchestra!

    May 10, 8:00 PM
    Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
    501 W. Main St
    www.kentuckycenter.org


    National Archery in the Schools National Tournament
    More than 425 schools from 25 states will bring about 8,000 students to compete in the National Archery in the Schools National Tournament. Friday, May 10, 7:45 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Saturday, May 11, 7:45 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    May 10-11
    Kentucky Exposition Center, South Wing ABC
    937 Phillips Lane
    www.nasparchery.com
    (502) 367-5000
    $5 per person (age 8 and up)
     

    The Roast of Walt Disney
    The comedy Roast series continues at the Bard with The Roast of Walt Disney Friday, May 10 at 10 PM, and Saturday, May 11 at 10 PM! Tickets are only $10. Tyler Jackson as Walt Disney Will Hardesty as Mickey Mouse Mark Parris as Aladdin David Bizianes as Gaston Raanan Hershberg as LeFou Mandee McKelvey as Ariel Kent Carney as Sebastian Eric Sorgel as Mowgli Sean Smith as Mufasa The Roasts ALWAYS sell out, so order tickets soon!

    May 10, 10:00-11:30 PM
    The Bard's Town
    1801 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY 40205
    http://www.thebardstown.com
    502-749-5275
    $10
     

    Biergarten
    German Biergarten with authentic German Food served from 6PM until 8PM. Dance to the music of Louisville's own Rheingold Band.

    May 11, 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    1840 Lincoln Ave.
    www.german-americanclub.com
    502-451-3100
    Free

    Fifth Annual Buy Local Fair
    The Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA), in conjunction with Grasshoppers Distribution will host the 5th Annual Buy Local Fair. The fair will host a variety of local businesses, musicians, artists and craftspeople, chefs, community organizers, and farmers. All are locally-owned, independent businesses.

    May 11, 2:00-8:00 PM
    Louisville Water Tower
    3005 River Road
    http://www.keeplouisvilleweird.com/buylocalfair
    (502) 552-6227
    Free (Parking is $5.)


    Wild and Woolly Film Series presents “Fire Under The Snow”
    Gyatso, a Buddhist monk since childhood, was arrested by the Chinese Communist Army in 1959. He spent the next 33 years in prison for the “crimes” of peaceful demonstration and refusal to denounce his apolitical teacher as an Indian spy. He was tortured, starved and sentenced to hard labor. He watched his nation and culture destroyed, his teachers, friends and family displaced, jailed or killed under Chinese occupation.


     
    The Clifton Center
    2117 Payne Street
    502-896-8480

    www.cliftoncenter.org/?post_type=events&p=2510
    $5 or free for Friends of the Clifton Center
      
     

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