Comedy, love, spontaneous singing, and a side of gambling. A Broadway classic takes the stage this Friday.
The Va Va Vixens are at it again, and Va Va Revue just might be the perfect alternative gift for father's day. You can catch this "best of" show for $25 on Friday/Saturday (Junes 17 and 18) at 8 p.m. (Doors open at 7). These shows can often sell out, so advanced tickets are recommended.
Come one, come all for a free show, The Secret Garden, in New Albany, beginning tonight.
Celebrate women artists Saturday at the PYRO Gallery.
Alexander Who's Not, Not, Not...Going to Move and Jesus Christ Superstar at the Derby Dinner Playhouse, better than How to Train Your Dragon for the twentieth time.
This isn't your typical Kentuckiana obsession with horses. IUS will continue its theatre season with Equus, which opens tomorrow night.
A satirical look at 1950's women's prisons comes to life in this play produced by The Alley Theater.
Stage One, a Louisville children’s theater, presents Tuck Everlasting at the Kentucky Center on Friday, February 18.
Peter and the Wolf performed by the orKIDstra and Tuck Everlasting at Stage One--Louisville kids have it made.
What goes great with pizza? Free improv, of course!
Knights, a damsel in distress (or is she), prisoners, and Don Quixote. All of these things can be found in the Centerstage musical Man of La Mancha, which opens tomorrow night.
Love, death, and souls are on the line in Clarksville Little Theatre's production of Once on This Island, which will premiere tomorrow.