May 18, 2009 - 9:02am
by Lou
Just because he wrote in flowery, poetic language doesn't mean that William Shakespeare didn't understand that times can be tough. The local theatre group closes out their season with their "old west" version of As You Like It.
Once you get past all the majesty and mastery of Shakepeare's style (which, lets face it, gets in the way of the story for most readers) it seems he always had a pretty good pulse of the day.  This story about people finding love despite financial troubles caused by political double-crossing...
October 23, 2008 - 10:39am
Beware ... A vampire is on the loose! Can you spot the real killer in the midst of a gathering full of monsters and ghouls? Rocky Horror meets the Great Undead in this glorious Halloween masterpiece of fun!
WhoDunnit is proud to announce its newest murder mystery, "Fashion Show at the Castle of Blood," starting September 20. Written and directed by A.S. Waterman, this double-cast show features popular WhoDunnit actors Graham Bell, Alicia Davis, Erica Goldsmith, Dan Hardesty, James Wolford...
August 7, 2008 - 11:04am
by Lou
Take a trip back to the year of Cannonade when things were just a little nuts, what with all the tornadoes and such.
Finnigan Productions presents an original stage play titled dirty sexy derby play, a retro sex comedy, running September 5th, 6th, 11th, 12th & 13th at 8:00pm at the Kentucky Center for the Arts MeX Theatre at 501 West Main Street. dirty sexy derby play is the first production in Finnigan's...
July 18, 2008 - 11:58am
by Lou
The united thespians have come together to announce what they'll be up to for the next year or so on the city's stages
The Theatre Alliance of Louisville proudly announces the following productions to be performed by various local companies for their 2008-2009 seasons. For more detailed information about the individual shows in the following calendar, please contact the producing companies; for information about...
May 23, 2008 - 12:39pm
by Lou
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival will perform Julius Ceasar and Pericles this summer and will add “Family Week,” “Speaker Series,” and “Group Nights,” to its annual Festival events.
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival announces its 48th season of “Free Will” in Old Louisville’s Central Park with the expansion to two professional shows, Julius Caesar and Pericles. Julius Caesar is directed this year by Director of Education, Pamela Di Pasquale. Directing Pericles in his final year...
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