CLT kicks off its 65th season in style with Sondheim.
Because deep-frying things you don't eat anyway is a bad idea and may lead to slow dancing to cover-bands under giant tents, guzzling draft beer, excessive sweating, cardiac arrest, and flatulence.
Food, music, and fun are to be found in the production Church Basement Ladies, which will premiere at Derby Dinner Playhouse tomorrow.
Nope, this isn't Kansas anymore. However, it is the YMCA-presented The Wizard of Oz, which opesn tonight in Clarksville.
Whether or not you're sixteen going on seventeen, Derby Dinner Playhouse invites all to see The Sound of Music, which opens tomorrow night.
Dad's a ghost, and Mom is dating someone else. The perfect premise for a comedy, Life After Dad, which opens tonight at Derby Dinner.
Derby season isn't just for horse races. There are plenty of other races to watch, even with the flooded-out Great Steamboat Race rescheduled to June. Rodents, wait staffs with wine and beds with wheels, all have their day, even schoolchildren galloping through parking lots throughout the mythic region known as Kentuckiana.
Who's looking for something to do this summer? Here's a freebie.
Admit it. You had a tear in your eye during Beauty and the Beast's dance.
Step back into 1928 like the Man in Chair inThe Drowsy Chaperone, set to open at Derby Dinner Playhouse on Tuesday.
Two couples on a weekend getaway can’t seem to get away from each other in Weekend Comedy, which will premiere at the Derby Dinner Playhouse tomorrow.
Local news for Jan. 6, 2011