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.
Why watch improv on TV when you can watch local performers do it live? Damaged Goods will perform April Showers...Finally on Thursday.
This Thursday, Headliners will ring with laughs as comedians Neil Hamburger, Todd Barry and Brendon Walsh continue on their Spring Value Tour. Mr. Hamburger took time to speak with Louisville.com prior to his show on April 14th.
The garden club presidency is up for grabs in The Girls of the Garden Club, which opens at Shelby County Community Theatre on Friday.
Step back into 1928 like the Man in Chair inThe Drowsy Chaperone, set to open at Derby Dinner Playhouse on Tuesday.
Yes, there's a civil war in Libya, interesting groups are asserting their first amendment rights in Louisville, and it cost almost an entire paycheck to fill up your tank this morning. Isn't there anything FUNNY left in the world?
Bollywood dance numbers, mudfights, funerals, and weddings help to explore the institution of marriage in A Perfect Wedding, which opens tonight at U of L.
Raanan is performing in a comedy show called The Young, the Dumb and the Full of Comedy this Friday, February 16, at 8 p.m. at the Bardstown. (Video included of his recent performance at Sub Rosa: The Gypsie Courtyard- adult language).
Local comedian Robert Morgan hosts an open mic every Tuesday at the Bardstown.
The Second City comedy troupe is set to take over the Ville, or at least Actors Theatre, with performances of The Second City: It Takes a Ville, beginning tomorrow.