The depths Leffert undertakes to stay true; why he's not afraid of going dark; and the importance of the audience escaping into this world, but not away from themselves.
Not everything in October has to be scary.
October means halloween, but it also means plenty of athletic activity in the Derby City, something I plan on taking a look at here.
Beauty and the Beast roars into the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts this week!
October is Vegetarian Awareness Month, which means it is the opportune time to actually do something that mother told you growing up and “eat your vegetables.” In all seriousness though- whether you are prompted to give up your T-rexish eating habits completely, or you choose to just use October to experiment with meatless meals - going veggie has some definite health benefits.
Saturday events around the city welcome all sorts of patrons who are looking for family and city friendly fun.
The Home of the Innocents is holding their annual "Home Run" 10 and 5K's October 29th and is currently looking for entrants, volunteers, and supporters.
How disturbing can a live theatre production really be? Plenty, especially if that production is Actors Theatre's presentation of Dracula!
The workshop will teach altered book making with themes inspired by the Day of the Dead.
The annual Bourbon Ball is a fundraising event to support the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft and to keep the Louisville art scene growing.
October means pink ribbons, awareness and cancer prevention. See how you can get involved in finding a cure.