Next to Normal will run from January 30 through February 9. Remy Sisk said, "It's been an incredibly cathartic process to stage this show and unearth the emotion that lies at the heart of the text and music; however, I believe it will certainly pay off as audiences will be engaged during this performance unlike they ever have before."
Unlikely heroes and audience participation to be found with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which opens on Friday.
As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company presents The Importance of Being Earnest, a tale of love and a fake brother, this weekend at Kentucky Center for the Arts.
A tortured school girl may give the school and her mother more than they thought possible in "Carrie, the Musical," which Wayward Actors Theatre Company will present starting tonight.
Woman versus man's best friend in Sylvia, which Louisville Repertory Company will present starting this weekend.
Putting on Sunday clothes and saying Hello, Dolly! this coming weekend at Kentucky Center.
A beloved priest is at the center of Sister Aloysius's investigation in Doubt: A Parable, which Wayward Actors Theatre Company will present starting tonight.
King Arthur and his knights probably never imagined a journey like this.
Kids Acting Against Cancer tackles the challenging musical Spring Awakening with mixed results.
Romance via an answering service in Bells Are Ringing, which opens this weekend.
Kids Acting Against Cancer deals with life and loss in the Pultizer Prize-winning Rabbit Hole this weekend.
Friendship, dancing, and possibly more are to happen in Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, opening Friday.
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