Dig out the Aqua Net and put on your dancin' shoes.
Believe it or not, life did exist outside of the Kentucky Derby last week.
Dance the night away and hear rock n' roll the way its supposed to be in the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Memphis, coming to a Louisville or New Albany theater near you.
An American classic in literature and theatre will hit the Youth Performing Arts School stage tomorrow, when Big River will premiere.
Two award-winning high schools come together for a Tony Award winning show, The Drowsy Chaperone, beginning tomorrow night.
Neil Berg's 100 years of Broadway had a surprising addition to it's already fantastic line up, resulting in a standing ovation for the entire cast.
One hundred years of Broadway will be at the Brown Theatre on Friday, October 29. Video.
Northwestern Parkway becomes Southwestern Parkway before running into Broadway in the Shawnee neighborhood, and the majestic oak trees that line the roads cast giant shadows onto the pavement, hardly a sliver of sunlight breaking through.
A priest and seminary student are at odds with each other in the St. Marks UCC production of Mass Appeal, which will open on Thursday.
Downtown isn't the only place in Louisville to see Tony Award-Winning plays. Come out to the Jewish Community Center later this month to laugh and spell along!
As hot as it is outside, why not take the Picnic inside in the form of As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company's production starting July 16.
Gypsies will be seen, Rumors will be flying, and Hair will take center stage, among other shows, during the upcoming 2010-2011 theatre season at Clarksville Little Theatre.
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