Our entire presidential history is on stage at The Bard's Town beginning Thursday.
I’ll take laughs instead of screams for $200, Alex.
Bundle up, kids – it’s time to head out! The kick off to this year’s Writer’s Block Festival is at hand; stir up the pot as the InKY Reading Series launches the literary weekend with writers Maurice Manning and Crystal Wilkinson at The Bard’s Town.
With names of plays like A Falling Piano With Your Name on It, Gay Enounters of the Third Kind, and Aprodite at the ER, how could you not attend The Ten-Tucky Festival of Ten Minute Plays, which opens at The Bard's Town on Thursday.
Sweater weather is around the corner, and the summer hiatus is over. Don your best boots, embrace a longer night sky and head out to The Bard’s Town this evening, Friday, September 14th, as Louisville Literary Arts launches its fall season of the InKY Reading Series with writers Kirby Gann and Dan Rosenberg, as well as the Savage Rose Theatre Company.
Le Petomane takes a comedic travel through time in Time Flies, which opens tomorrow.
Saturday School never seemed so fun.
Louisville Repertory Company presents Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead beginning Thursday.
An observation on slavery is brought to life at The Bard's Town in Shame the Devil: An Audience With Fanny Kemble.
Father and son reconnect at a big-box store in A Bright New Boise, now playing at The Bard's Town.
Derby City Dating Scene presents improv, comedy on The Bard's Town stage Saturday night.
Previewing The Bard's Town 2012 theatre season.