Improvapalooza returns for its 12 edition at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Louisville has been a-buzz about the revamped Brown-Forman Nutcracker since its debut two years ago, and this first-time viewer encourages you to believe the hype. With only three performances left this year, it's the perfect time to treat your family to Tchaikovsky's Christmas masterpiece.
Savage Rose presents two shows in repertory, The Changeling and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The music, the setting, THe Beatles; RAIN gets it right on all three accounts.
RAIN is as close as you can get to seeing The Beatles in concert.
For the first time in Louisville, RAIN is direct from Broadway and it will ‘shine’.
Rush Trowel Entertainment and KY Center present For Colored Girls.
The Art of Kissing presented by Delta Dental of Kentucky, a leader in dental benefits, which sponsored this event for the author of the "Science of Kissing: What Our Lips Are Telling Us"; Sheril Kirshenbaum. While no one may know who started this kissing trend that has never faded; red lips might have been the attraction says Kirshenbaum. Majority of modern day kissers are full of gratitude for companies like Delta Dental who are passionate advocates for oral health and wellness; which has made kissing a fresher experience for both parties involved.
After authoring her memoir, Composed, Rosanne Cash will participate in the "Great Conversations" television series Monday, September 26 at the Kentucky Center for the Arts
Big: The Musical set to open at Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Multiple love triangles get even more tangled during a weekend retreat in A Little Night Music, the As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company show set to begin this coming weekend.
Craps, love, and luck be the Music Theatre Louisville show Guys and Dolls, which opens on Friday.