Get ready for a murder mystery, some night music, foxes, and an Irving Berlin classic during the upcoming season from The As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company.
A murder mystery, Shel Silverstein's works, torch songs, and Amateurs will take to the stage during the Wayward Actors Theatre Company's 2010-2011 season.
A mouse receives a cookie, the best ever Christmas pageant takes place, and a little monkey business will happen during the upcoming theatre season from Stage One.
Music, musicals of many genres, and a nonstop-talking donkey are to be presented as part of PNC Broadway Across America's 2010-2011 season.
Annie closes out Music Theatre Louisville's season.
Jersey Boys to premiere at Kentucky Center for the Arts this weekend.
As hot as it is outside, why not take the Picnic inside in the form of As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company's production starting July 16.
Second City of Chicago will travel to Louisville for a 50th anniversary performance on Saturday, which will benefit Gilda's Club in the Gilda's Night of a Thousand Laughs.
Identity, religion, and homosexuality are explored in the SO Theatrical Productions performances of The Prodigal, which will open at Kentucky Center on Saturday.
So much for wedded bliss. Louisville Repertory Company will present The Marriage of Bette and Boo beginning on Thursday.
Tickets are still available for the movie-turned-musical Leagally Blonde, which will begin at Kentucky Center for the Arts beginning this Tuesday.
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.