Le Petomane presents Five Things beginning tomorrow.
Theatre 502 presents its first-ever show, The Debate Over Courtney O'Connell of Columbus, Nebraska.
Eight plays. Eight directors. Eight playwrights. One price.
What was John Wilkes Booth thinking on that history-altering night?
The Bard's Town is a beautiful and artistic restaurant and bar on the corner of Speed Ave and Bardstown Rd that is quickly becoming Louisville's hot spot for comedy.
13-year-old Cody Mathis sold his first works of art when he was just 10-years-old and is holding his debut art show Wednesday, July 29.
There is a lot of social media surrounding us in our everyday lives. Is it too much? Does it really benefit you? What is this stuff?
Disguises, love, and a free show are all taking place tomorrow night at The Bard's Town when KY Shakespeare presents Taming of the Shrew.
Doug Schutte is founder and co-owner of The Bard's Town restaurant/theater/lounge, which opened last fall in the Highlands.
Check out The Bard's Town, now open in the Highlands. While enjoying the grub, drinks, and the culture of the place, check out Chasing Ophelia, The Bard's Town's first theatrical production, which opens Wednesday.
Everybody's gotta eat. Now, put that dinner bill to good use.
Four Roses is celebrating its sponsorship of the 25th annual Bardstown Road Aglow with a bourbon cocktail competition. Restaurant and bar patrons choose the winner via e-mail and text.
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