A Scottish village is thrown into chaos thanks to tourists in the Centerstage production of Brigadoon, which opens Thursday.
Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble will present its latest comedy, Shadow of the Hawk IV: The Birth of the Beginning, starting tomorrow at the Rudyard Kipling.
A post-war Japanese village, a bumbling army officer, and a meddling interpreter provide the basis for the comedy Teahouse of the August Moon, which will open at Floyd Central High School on Thursday.
A long marriage gets seriously tested in the comedy Til Beth Do Us Part, which will open tonight at Bunbury Theatre.
At Derby Dinner Playhouse, games are fun until someone dies.
Just in time for Halloween comes a werewolf in love, an over-the top vampire, and a princess - all performed by two actors - in The Mystery of Irma Vep beginning tomorrow.
Watch, listen, or participate in a discussion regarding marriage and cultural difference during the reading of A Perfect Wedding tomorrow in downtown Louisville.
A Halloween-related musical for the family is set to take place this weekend at Floyd Central High School in the form of Captain Louie.
Mulligan Stew Players, Celtic fairy tradition, and the Louisville Irish Fest will come together for a weekend of Irish culture and performances of The Faery's Kiss.
A modern retelling of a classic Greek tragedy, The Trojan Women, will open YPAS's theatre season on Friday.
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.
Two con-men have money and compeition on the line in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the Hayswood Theatre production which will open tomorrow.