A man reflects on his life to determine if he's done enough good in Eda (Everyman), opening at U of L tonight.
Unlikely heroes and audience participation to be found with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which opens on Friday.
Two people, married to others, have a once-a-year meeting of sorts that turns into a comedic tale of manners in Same Time, Next Year this weekend at The Bard's Town.
The Addams Family meets their daughter's new love, a respectable human being, at Clarksville Little Theatre this weekend.
Actors Theatre provides a study distraction in Love Labour's Lost, which is playing now.
Savage Rose will present the absurdist The Bald Soprano in a eight show, two night way this weekend.
Radio shows and murder mysteries are part of a double-feature at Alley Theater this weekend.
As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company presents The Importance of Being Earnest, a tale of love and a fake brother, this weekend at Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Mathematics never seemed to count so much.
The church basement ladies gang return with the comedy and music in A Mighty Fortress.
Little Colonel Playhouse presents five classic and soon-to-be-classic shows during the 2014-15 theater season.
Fathers seemingly know best in The Fantasticks, which opens tonight at The Drama Studio.