A toe-tapping celebration is to be had during the Hayswood Theatre production of Smoke on the Mountain: Homecoming, which will open on Friday.
Be a part of an Irish festival by auditioning for Faery's Kiss next week.
Forecastle Festival's taking over the riverfront and downtown. Why not head to Old Louisville instead for free Shakespeare shows this weekend
Howard Crabtree will be flying, Zanna will play matchmaker, and the Time Warp will be done again as part of Pandora Productions's 2010-2011 theatre sesaon.
From now and through July 11, the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival will continue its summer season with performances of Richard III.
Gypsies will be seen, Rumors will be flying, and Hair will take center stage, among other shows, during the upcoming 2010-2011 theatre season at Clarksville Little Theatre.
Identity, religion, and homosexuality are explored in the SO Theatrical Productions performances of The Prodigal, which will open at Kentucky Center on Saturday.
The creation of the Declaration of Independence was easy compared to getting everyone to agree on it. Music Theatre Louisville presents its opening show of the summer season with 1776.
The Shakespeare in Central Park series has begun with performances of The Tempest, which will run through June 27.
A Tennessee Williams play involving glass and a conference on glass. Both can be found starting Thursday as ShoeString Productions presents The Glass Menagerie.
An open-casket funeral and a couple trying to prove they're still living are the subjects of two plays, Till and How Long Have I Been Dead Anyway?, which will premiere through Juneteenth Leagacy Theatre on Thursday.
Derby Dinner prepares to go swimming in the form of The Dixie Swim Club, which will open tonight.