Who knew reading a play could turn out deadly?
A beautiful young lady, a handsome young man, and a mouse king all can be found in Louisville Ballet's performace of The Brown-Foreman Nutcracker, which opens on Satuday.
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.
Love. Chivalry. Satire. Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company has it all and will present the classic Knight of the Burning Pestle beginning this Thursday.
It'll look like a literal White Christmas when The As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company presents the show starting tomorrow.
Shall we dance? Broadway Across America is set to present the dance energy and exploration of Burn the Floor beginning tomorrow.
Don't trust the old ladies, no matter how sweet they may be.
STOMP got two standing ovations last night at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. They have four more performances this weekend.
STOMP is coming to the Kentucky Center for the Arts October 15 - 17, 2010.
Just a day after appearing on national TV, the singer will show Louisville’s Idea Festival what she is all about.
Randy Newman will have over four decades worth of acerbic pop songs and Oscar-worthy film compositions to choose from when he plays with The Louisville Orchestra Saturday at Whitney Hall.
Your show of shows will reach the Kentucky Center for the Arts on Friday when the What If? Theatre Company puts on Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor.