If it's September, it's theatre time again in Louisville
Not everything in October has to be scary.
This chilling tale thrills Louisville for the nineteenth year in a row.
Do you need a way to kick off the scariest season of the year? Look no further!
Dracula, Edgar Allen Poe, and a Tennessee Williams show. That's just one of the nights to take place Upstairs at 801 at Shelby County Community Theatre this season.
The blood-thirsty count makes his return to Actors Theatre just in time for Halloween.
Now is not the time to sully the good name of vampires with glitter or teen angst. Pay your respects to the creator of the great Count Dracula. Check out the classic and other titles at the Louisville Free Public Library.
Tomorrow night: a monster movie double feature at Baxter Avenue Theaters.
Steel your nerves, don your fangs and get ready to scream.
Chills, thrills, and blood spills await audiences for Fifth Third Bank's Dracula, which opens Friday.
Plenty of shows and festivals await audiences during the Actors Theatre 2012-13 season.
Apprenticing at Actors Theatre means a lot more than studying your lines.
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