U of L's School of Music presents Diologues of the Carmelites this weekend.
Jenny Lind returns - 160 years later - to Louisville in the play When Jenny Lind Came to Town starting Wednesday.
Lights and love in Stage on Spring's Almost, Maine.
Three unlikely women come together to take control of the workforce in the comedy 9 to 5: the Musical at Derby Dinner Playhouse.
Stop theatre in its tracks. Don't let these actors continue!
Romeo and Juliet have nothing on these guys.
A revolution against, among other things, public toilets.
The Actors Theatre Acting Apprentice Company dives into the wonderful mystery of sleep in Sleep Rock Thy Brain as part of the Humana Fesival.
It's not the yoga pants. It's not the downward dog. There's just a bigger reason why she doesn't want to go.
Hell - Louisville Repertory Company style.
Love and laziness are explored in Gnit, set to premiere at the Humana Festival on Friday.
Pandora Productions presents the world premiere of its New Play Project winner, Abraham Lincoln was a Faggot, beginning tomorrow.