Mark Curry, one of the most beloved comedians and t.v. personalities of the last two decades, comes to Louisville.
Secrets and stereotypes are exposed in the comedy Drinking Perfume, which opens at The Bard's Town tomorrow.
Cooking shows host bicker themselves to great ratings in Kitchen Witches, which Little Colonel Playhouse will present starting Thursday.
Stewart Huff returns to Louisville, another stop on his unending tour around America.
Steve Hofstetter performs at Laughing Derby for the first time since buying the club.
The boy who cried wolf? More like the girl who cried dragon in Princess Penelope's Dragon, which Derby Dinner children's theater will open on Saturday.
A con man tries to keep up his plans when welfare authorities come knocking in Cash on Delivery, which opens tonight at Derby Dinner Playhouse.
Gary Gulman comes to Louisville, for a weekend at Laughing Derby.
Small-town English life gets incredibly zany in the comedy See How They Run, which opens at Hayswood Theatre tonight.
An interview like none other in the dark comedy The Exit Interview, which The Bard's Town will open tomorrow.
Matt Graham brings his critically acclaimed one-man show to Louisville.
Mistaken identities lead to hilarity in the Shakespearean play The Comedy of Errors, which is to go on at YPAS this weekend.