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After authoring her memoir, Composed, Rosanne Cash will participate in the "Great Conversations" television series Monday, September 26 at the Kentucky Center for the Arts
Big: The Musical set to open at Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Multiple love triangles get even more tangled during a weekend retreat in A Little Night Music, the As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company show set to begin this coming weekend.
Craps, love, and luck be the Music Theatre Louisville show Guys and Dolls, which opens on Friday.
Love and happiness never seemed so hard to obtain.
Get those toes tappin and those fingers snappin as Music Theatre Louisville presents Ain't Misbehavin, which will open at Kentucky Center on Friday.
From the movies to the live stage comes Shrek, now playing at Kentucky Center.
A love triangle can be like a chess match sometimes. Hence the Encore Theater Company's production of Chess, which opens at Kentucky Center this weekend.
Deception and theft are all over the place in The Little Foxes, which the As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company will present beginning Friday.
Are you looking for a "little monkey business?" Check out Junie B. Jones at Stage One.
Guys, dolls, big people, and people who ain't misbehaving are set to take the stage as Music Theatre Louisville prepares its summer season.