The depths Leffert undertakes to stay true; why he's not afraid of going dark; and the importance of the audience escaping into this world, but not away from themselves.
No one puts Baby in a corner- and this authentic theatre-adaptation gets it right on every level.
12th Annual “Bardstown Bound” BooFest is returning on Saturday, October 24.
A humorous spiritual and sexual journey awaits Laney in the production "Crooked," which The Bard's Town will open tonight.
A lost time traveler takes Louisville audiences through centuries of sexy sultry fun with dance, aerial feats, songs and humor.
Get into the Halloween spirit with this spooky, comical play!
It's the coming of age tale we all know and love; kept sacred, but with the magic of live theatre on its side.
Have a spook-tacular October with your family!
Watch what happens when The Three Musketeers is performed with only two starting Friday with Bunbury Theatre.
A European-based opera with a Louisville-centric twist will go on this weekend as the Louisville Ballet opens "Coppelia"
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.
A Review of And Then There Were None at Derby Dinner Playhouse