Pandora Productions presents The Temperamentals beginning this weekend.
Pandora Productions presents an original Gays in Toyland.
Plenty of Halloween-related shows are here with the Louisville theatre scene this weekend.
The Time Warp, Dammit Janet, and other favorites return to Pandora Productions in Rocky Horror Show.
Pandora Productions presents a tale of love, identity, and an Oscar Wilde play in A Man of No Importance, which opens tomorrow.
Five shows and two season extras for Pandora's 2011-2012 season.
A baker, New York mother, and TV producer come together in The New Century, set to open at U of L this week.
Heartsville High's fairy-tale world could get rocked when a couple when two heterosexuals fall in love in Zanna Don't, a Pandora Productions show set to open this weekend at Actors Theatre.
The title may be difficult, but the concept isn't. Go have some funky, fresh fun.
All relationships have trials and tribulations, but those struggles are a whole lot more entertaining when they’re happening to someone else. It’s no exception for the Smiths and the Jones’, two gay couples and long-term friends in Pandora Productions’ presentation of The Dinner, directed by Michael J. Drury.
Think of it as an updated Shakespearean play with plenty of double-entendres.
Brad, Janet, and that sweet transvestite return to Pandora Productions in The Rocky Horror Show, set to open tomorrow night.