A man reflects on his life to determine if he's done enough good in Eda (Everyman), opening at U of L tonight.
The ballet isn't every weekend, so catch it when you can!
KY Shakespeare: The Energizer Bunny of Louisville
The word "Vaudeville" became a common way to describe a form of American variety entertainment after a Louisville troupe was formed in 1871. Award winning comedian Divinity Rose pairs up with renaissance faire sensation John Cowgell (also known as "Pocket the Fool") at the Bard's Town on October 17th for a wild night of interactive comedy, music, and multi-media fun in her new series known as "Vaude in the Ville."
Unlikely heroes and audience participation to be found with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, which opens on Friday.
This chilling tale thrills Louisville for the nineteenth year in a row.
Two people, married to others, have a once-a-year meeting of sorts that turns into a comedic tale of manners in Same Time, Next Year this weekend at The Bard's Town.
Do you need a way to kick off the scariest season of the year? Look no further!
The Addams Family meets their daughter's new love, a respectable human being, at Clarksville Little Theatre this weekend.
The Jewish Community Center presents Chicago at CenterStage.
Settle in. It's theatre season.
Actors Theatre provides a study distraction in Love Labour's Lost, which is playing now.