Because we all need a little more Dolly Parton in this world.
New takes on classic shows, original works and new favorites are to be found at Bunbury Theatre for its 2015-16 theater season.
A locally produced, written, and performed play opens this weekend at The Bard's Town.
Learn more about this unique group of dancers here in Louisville.
Clarksville Little Theatre unveils its 2015-16 theater season, complete with comedies, classics and more.
The dreamy star of Kentucky Shakespeare's "Macbeth" talks about the summer heat, his favorite Shakespearean character and his growing facial hair.
Kentucky Shakespeare’s Producing Artistic Director knows that hard work, dedication and passion are all it takes to succeed in the theater business.
Art Sanctuary presents a retro event around 50th anniversary of Warhol's "Exploding Plastic Inevitable" and will show a mini Warhol film festival including the very hard to find Chelsea Girls, never before shown in Louisville.
Find out more about And Then There Were None at Derby Dinner Playhouse.
So much for domestic bliss and tranquility...
Improved government incentives and and abundance of local talented film professionals could be Louisville's golden ticket.
No dancing? No rock and roll? What?