World premieres and industry events galore are to be found and experienced during the 35th anniversary of the Humana Festival of New American Plays, which begins February 27, 2011.
No bah-humbug required to attend A Christmas Carol, which will open at Actors Theatre today.
If you'd like to check out something at ATL you haven't seen yet, catch Juliet Ehrlich's painted bas-relief clay sculptures that will be hanging in Actors' various lobbies.
Enjoy a variety of holiday classics, including the Louisville Ballet's Nutcracker, at Louisville theaters.
While entertaining family and friends over the next few days, consider my list of the nine best things (in no particular order) to do in Downtown Louisville this Thanksgiving break.
Actors Theatre presents the lighthearted comedy Barefoot in the Park, which begins tonight.
Nov. 15 concert to raise awareness, funds for RCDC, which helps more than 200 area students in all aspects of life.
A Christmas Story returns to Actors Theatre this week.
Murders, mysteries, and retellings of classic stories are among the shows that are to occur in Louisville on Halloween.
Just in time for Halloween comes a werewolf in love, an over-the top vampire, and a princess - all performed by two actors - in The Mystery of Irma Vep beginning tomorrow.
Thirty years of Afghanistan history provides the backdrop to The Kite Runner, which opens at Actors Theatre on Tuesday.
There's nothing better than the word "free". For those who purchase U of L theatre season tickets, they will also have a chance to win "free" tickets for other area theatres.