Kids act like adults who ultimately act like kids in God of Carnage, which takes place this weekend.
If you like a good backbeat with some great acting and superb singing, you will enjoy Memphis, now playing at Kentucky Center.
U of L's School of Music presents Diologues of the Carmelites this weekend.
Grizzly Bear and Owen Pallett rocked the Brown Theatre last night.
Forbidden love during the 1950s rock-n-roll revolution takes shape in Memphis, which opens Tuesday.
We speak with AYUTC Artistic Director, Sandy Cohrs, about the history of her company and the final show for their sixteenth successful season, Urinetown.
A revolution against, among other things, public toilets.
Star crossed lovers unite despite family war in Louisville Ballet's production of Romeo and Juliet.
See the beautiful telling of this African American folktale this Sunday, February 17 only.
The seduction, the romance, and the exploitation begin this week at Kentucky Center.
The all-black version movie comes loaded with DVD extras at Improvapalooza 13, which takes place Saturday.
The author the book, ‘The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn From Traditional Societies?’, Jared Diamond will take center spotlight at the Kentucky Center for the Arts this Wednesday, January 9th, for an interview with author and anthropologist, Sarah Hrdy. It sounds fancy and fine.