Spend Valentine's Day with a librarian-turned-adventurer in the LePetomane comedy Glady's of Adventure, which opens this weekend.
The lives of three women authors are explored in the Finnigan Productions show Bronte, which will open this weekend.
In the wake of recent news reports, cyberbullying and suicide are the focus of Looking for Lilith's Choices.
Salvage Theatre Productions is set to present two one-act productions, The Actor's Nightmare and The Zoo Story, beginning at the Rud tonight.
Friday, Oct. 15, the Louisville band, Follow the Train is scheduled to play their first show since the release of their latest album, "Mercury."
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.
Opener Vandeveer set the stage in fine style for Mark Olson's show at the Rudyard Kipling Saturday night.
Founding member of The Jayhawks, Mark Olson comes to the Rudyard Kipling September 18. Embarked on a new tour, his latest solo effort is the poetic Many Colored Kite.
Louisville Repertory Company preview of upcoming season and auditions.
Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble is set to present the return of a superhero in the fan-favorite show, Ka-Blam, beginning tomorrow night.
Looking for Lilith is set to present, for one night, the voices of women during World War II in the production What My Hands Have Touched on May 8.
Mixtape warfares, blindfolds, bachelor parties, and a problematic disco light are subjects of some plays to be presented during Finnigan's Festival of Funky Fresh Fun, which begins Thursday.