It turns out, all you need for an hysterical Saturday evening are four people, some microphones, polyester pants, and scripts of the Hitchhiker's Guide radio drama.
Unfortunately, the well intentioned, passionately performed production cannot lift above the slight writing and timed constraints.
Broadway Across America has a phenomenal 2012-2013 Season planned.
University of Louisville’s School of Music puts on the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart opera centering on the humorous vulnerabilities of young romance.
This year’s strong Festival continues by showcasing the identity crisis of a five hundred year old playboy who eats people.
The Jewish Community Center opens Curtains, a murder mystery musical well worth your time.
The place was packed, everybody ready to hear me tell a story. Yes, me. I was at Headliners Music Hall to participate in the Moth, a live storytelling event that started in New York in the late 1990s and recently made its way to Louisville. The theme that night, which I knew ahead of time, was “neighborhoods.”
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, MEX Theatre and The As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company, celebrating its 15th season, presents “Angel Street” a play set in a London four storied house, has a past the audience soon figures out is quite intriguing.
New Rule: Don't bring your kids to this show.
Blue Moon Circus is looking for freaks and geeks..and a few other performers this Saturday at a private location.
Sounds romantic, doesn't it?
Jayme Thomas as storyteller and actor.