Meet the man behind the fire extinguisher; Louisville's most absurdly funny entertainer.
Don’t miss the Louisville Free Public Library’s annual Halloween celebration – Once Upon A Time.
Take a look at who among this city's vibrant music scene will walk away with awards on November 5.
Secrets, lies and plenty of confusion are in store in the comedy "Don't Dress for Dinner" at Little Colonel Playhouse.
The Laughing Derby's Monthly Showcase rides again.
It may be THE artistic event of the season - it's certainly a unique opportunity to see an epic of 20th Century music. The Louisville Orchestra, led by Teddy Abrams, presents Leonard Bernstein's Mass, featuring baritone Jubilant Sykes.
Prepare for the scare...
Kentucky Opera scored a victory with the opening of its 2015 season, choosing a crowd-pleasing Verdi opera whose story is so well known, the audience can skip the synopsis and just relax into the unfolding story.
Mat Alano-Martin has gone from punk rocker to stand-up comic and now he's coming to Louisville.
Accusations fly, with or without proof, in the Arthur Miller-created “The Crucible,” which Shelby County Community Theatre will open tonight.
A Louisville tradition continues at Actors Theatre
The second annual Derby City Comedy Festival is bringing some of the finest talent in North American to Louisville this weekend.