A fictional account of Martin Luther King Jr.'s last hours in the production The Mountaintop, which opens tomorrow at Actors Theatre.
Kicking off the Halloween midnight film series.
Two sisters seeking different ways of life.
The Smedley Tomatoes have never won a football game. Can Viola Swamp change that? Find out in the Derby Dinner childrens theatre production Miss Nelson Has a Field Day this weekend.
Rain is coming to the Louisville Palace.
YPAS opens its theatre season tackling the serious issue of gun violence in Bang, Bang You're Dead, continuing this weekend.
Scandal and con men come forth in the Hayswood Theatre production Wait Until Dark, opening this weekend.
Auctioning off houses is not always fun, especially when its your own.
A legendary poet's work from the Great Depression to be interpreted on Hanover College's stage this weekend.
Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
whether it's your first St. James Art Fair or your seventeenth, here are some things to keep in mind!
Southern Belles, white substances, and Herbert are part of The Bunbury Dramedy Festival, opening this weekend.