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The word "Vaudeville" became a common way to describe a form of American variety entertainment after a Louisville troupe was formed in 1871. Award winning comedian Divinity Rose pairs up with renaissance faire sensation John Cowgell (also known as "Pocket the Fool") at the Bard's Town on October 17th for a wild night of interactive comedy, music, and multi-media fun in her new series known as "Vaude in the Ville."
Another busy weekend at Play Louisville is ahead!
The Vixens have done it again, but they got a standing ovation this time. After five years of producing Louisville's most theatrical burlesque shows, the Va Va Vixen darlings got their first standing O (pun intended)and deserved every bit of it.
The Va Va Vixens return this weekend with their fifth annual Va Va Valentine show. This one is set on a cruise ship for a va va vacation.
The Alley Theater presents "The Princess Bride: Cliffnotes of Insanity" on Fridays and Saturdays through November. Give yourself thirty minutes of hilarity. You won't be sorry.
The Danielle Dafler Celebrity Charity Gala
Last night Stay Puft Marshmallow Man danced with the Beastie Boys, Waldo, and Superwoman to the music of G. Love & Special Sauce and Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad for Halloween at Headliners Music Hall.
Writers, Performers, Musicians, and artists gather for networking and performances monthly at Highlands Bearno's. Anyone is welcome to sign up and show off.
Sub Rosa: The Creative Courtyard offers a monthly entertainment and arts networking event in addition to free live entertainment.
Attack of the Pacifists is the acoustic rock music of Tony Minzenberger who rocks a variety of strange instruments in addition to his left handed guitar and powerful vocals.
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