What do you get when morals and logic collide? It's comedian Ryan Stout, a Chelsea Lately regular who's headlining this weekend at the Improv. Exploring morally repugnant subject matter with smart and sterile objectivity, his exaggerated honesty, delightful insincerity and cute self-righteousness sell his wickedly witty material.
Tenth annual Peak Summit Festival moves from Frankfort Ave to new home on "Arena Row" and brings two days of entertainment to six different stages at four venues.
Food, music, and fun are to be found in the production Church Basement Ladies, which will premiere at Derby Dinner Playhouse tomorrow.
Mattresses, peas, and one unhappy kingdom are to be found in Once Upon a Mattress, which will open this weekend at Iroquois Amphitheater.
YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip is an award winning feature docu-comedy by local filmmakers, which also includes music by local musicians like Ben Sollee. The Louisville premiere is Thursday at the Louisville Science Center.
Two Gentlemen of Verona begins tonight in Central Park.
No Aqua Net required to see this Centerstage show.
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.
Shakespeare in all of its glory...or an abridged version of it anyway.
Dad's a ghost, and Mom is dating someone else. The perfect premise for a comedy, Life After Dad, which opens tonight at Derby Dinner.
Stage One presents a fun musical for kids involving a spunky sister and a new brother in Junie B. Jones, set to begin this weekend.