This Pulitzer Prize winning play depicts small town life, its family relationships and the loneliness that permeates the lives of many. The play questions the cliche “love conquers all” by focusing on lives marred by boredom, alcohol and sexual impropriety that are in stark contrast to people living the “American Dream.”
The third annual Martinis and Mistletoe - an evening of martinis, music, mistletoe and merriment. Delicious appetizers, dazzling art work, and an opportunity for a discount on holiday gifts will complete the magical evening.
Explore historic Frankfort Avenue, Story Avenue and Mellwood Avenue on the final Friday of the month for a engaging evening aboard the FREE Frankfort Avenue Trolley and experience the most Fabulous Shopping and Dining Louisville has to offer.
In the three years since finishing his master of fine arts degree at Yale University, contemporary sculptor and Louisville native Matthew Ronay, 28, seems headed for levels of success many artists must strive their entire lives to realize.
Check out the visual arts throughout Louisville. From paintings, sculptures, glasswork and much more, the Louisville art community is rich in talent. Find out more with the Louisville.com Visual Arts section.
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