Twisted Tale for adults now playing at Bellarmine University.
Want some theater with your Thunder?
All relationships have trials and tribulations, but those struggles are a whole lot more entertaining when they’re happening to someone else. It’s no exception for the Smiths and the Jones’, two gay couples and long-term friends in Pandora Productions’ presentation of The Dinner, directed by Michael J. Drury.
It's been a Louisville staple for over a decade, but this year, the Easter Pageant says adieu.
This provocative play staged by the Alley Theater in Butchertown is sure to be quite the conversation starter. Oh, and they sell popcorn too.
A satirical look at 1950's women's prisons comes to life in this play produced by The Alley Theater.
Live music, sound effects and acting-and four ghosts
The Va Va Vixens are Louisville's only regularly performing burlesque troop and plan to bring Vaudeville to the stage in November.
Original ‘Achilles in Sparta’ staging puts new twist on an old tale
STOMP is coming to the Kentucky Center for the Arts October 15 - 17, 2010.
Get ready for a murder mystery, some night music, foxes, and an Irving Berlin classic during the upcoming season from The As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company.
There's nothing better than the word "free". For those who purchase U of L theatre season tickets, they will also have a chance to win "free" tickets for other area theatres.