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.
Triple-dog dare you to go barefoot in the park while running with a kite singing Christmas carols. Or, enjoy the upcoming 2010-2011 season at Actors Theatre.
Howard Crabtree will be flying, Zanna will play matchmaker, and the Time Warp will be done again as part of Pandora Productions's 2010-2011 theatre sesaon.
An open-casket funeral and a couple trying to prove they're still living are the subjects of two plays, Till and How Long Have I Been Dead Anyway?, which will premiere through Juneteenth Leagacy Theatre on Thursday.
An African-American celebration is to be had for all to enjoy during the Juneteenth Legacy Theatre's jamboree beginning on June 3.
Walden Theatre will present three of Shakespeare's works during the Young American Shakespeare festival, which will begin on May 6.
How far can ambition and heart take a group when the group has no talent? For The Cherry Sisters Revisited, it's to Actors Theatre beginning March 18.
Heading into its 14th year, the classic tale of the utlimate bloodsucker returns with some new elements.
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