Craps, love, and luck be the Music Theatre Louisville show Guys and Dolls, which opens on Friday.
Get those toes tappin and those fingers snappin as Music Theatre Louisville presents Ain't Misbehavin, which will open at Kentucky Center on Friday.
Guys, dolls, big people, and people who ain't misbehaving are set to take the stage as Music Theatre Louisville prepares its summer season.
Experience the radio broadcast, and go back to the 1940s to embrace George Bailey's quest for meaning in the holiday season. Music Theatre Louisville will present It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play beginning on Friday.
The soulful singer showed Louisville why there is hype surrounding her sci-fi pop diva act with a fast-paced show for the Idea Festival Wednesday night.
Just a day after appearing on national TV, the singer will show Louisville’s Idea Festival what she is all about.
Annie closes out Music Theatre Louisville's season.
The creation of the Declaration of Independence was easy compared to getting everyone to agree on it. Music Theatre Louisville presents its opening show of the summer season with 1776.
Lord of the Rings. Just about everyone knows it, or should know it. After all, it was a successful book series, followed by and even more successful movie trilogy. On Friday, May 21, one man, Charlie Ross, will tackle the trilogy in his show One Man Lord of the Rings.
The Peanuts gang returns to Louisville in Stage One performances of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, which begins on Saturday.
Get ready for Music Theatre Louisville's 2010 summer season, which will include Broadway and Off-Broadway classics beginning in June.
Conversation with comedian, who's performing Saturday night at the Kentucky Center, covers kindergarten teachers, short-term memory loss, a German Shepherd with an inferiority complex, lobsters, libraries and refrigerated ants. Tickets start at $25.
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