Accusations fly, with or without proof, in the Arthur Miller-created “The Crucible,” which Shelby County Community Theatre will open tonight.
IUS theater department explores the AIDS epidemic and the gay community in Angels in America, now performing.
After a day of experiencing the good kind of writer's block, you may be able to better combat its evil twin.
Truvy's beauty salon is the center of conversation, getting hair done, and coping with a personal tragedy in Steel Magnolias, which opens at Hayswood Theatre tomorrow.
"The Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly," adapted from Doreen Cronin's children's stories, delighted audiences this Mother's Day weekend.
Doreen Cronin sees her "Diary of" series come to life for the first time in a kid-friendly production of her work by StageOne.
The two lovely ladies of young adult literature will bring their latest releases to Carmichael’s Bookstore tonight, June 21st, for a special reading and signing – and probably a juicy helping of teen drama.
Whether mankind’s true vanishing point will be zombies, fiery space cataclysm or a good old-fashioned apocalyptic war – nothing is more thrilling than a dystopian thriller. Join author Kristen Simmons tonight, Wednesday, March 13th, at Carmichael’s Bookstore for the next installment in her teen series, ‘Breaking Point’.
As cold as it has been, the reality is that summer is just around the corner. Give the little thespians in your life the gift of drama this summer with StageOne's DramaWorks Camp for kids.
With names of plays like A Falling Piano With Your Name on It, Gay Enounters of the Third Kind, and Aprodite at the ER, how could you not attend The Ten-Tucky Festival of Ten Minute Plays, which opens at The Bard's Town on Thursday.
The 36th Annual Humana Festival of New American Plays opens in February.
U of L presents the original work Atomic Bombers beginning Wednesday.
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