The Neil Simon classic Come Blow Your Horn opens at Clarksville Little Theatre this weekend.
Savor samples of local brew and regional wine, hop on the trolley for free, and view masterpieces of PARK(ing) day all while supporting local businesses in Historic Downtown Jeffersonville.
Classic and new musicals, comedies, and more are to entertain audiences during Clarksville Little Theatre's 2014-15 theater season.
Fathers seemingly know best in The Fantasticks, which opens tonight at The Drama Studio.
It's a long weekend, and you need more to do than just watch fireworks, right?
Jeffersonville is a new hot spot. Walk on over and see for yourself.
The boy who cried wolf? More like the girl who cried dragon in Princess Penelope's Dragon, which Derby Dinner children's theater will open on Saturday.
Small-town English life gets incredibly zany in the comedy See How They Run, which opens at Hayswood Theatre tonight.
Clarksville Little Theatre brings forth an exploration on the meaning (or lack thereof) of worldly success in Stop the World - I Want to Get Off.
Bananafish tattoo parlour is a newly opened tattoo shop in Southern Indiana.
Family members fall into illusion or elsewhere in The Glass Menagerie, which Stage on Spring will present beginning Wednesday.
Car shows, maple syrup candy and Star Wars in 60 Seconds.
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