A lost time traveler takes Louisville audiences through centuries of sexy sultry fun with dance, aerial feats, songs and humor.
Children throughout Louisville got the chance to learn different art forms and to present them in a showcase!
A true story of pre-Civil War black actors performing Richard III and the white producer that tries to shut them down this week at U of L.
Don't miss the sixth annual Va Va Valentine: A Faerie's Tail. You'll quickly see why the shows sell out.
Squallis Puppeteers are here to free your imagination, create fantastic characters, and tell stories that are important to the community
Catching up with Lulu, a mermaid posed on the edge of a bathtub in The Bourbon Lodge, to ask about her weekend at Forecastle
Louisville has its very own circus troupe: Blue Moon Circus. The troupe has members providing unicycle, belly dance, geek show, aerialists, and fire performers. They've been making some grand appearances lately.
U of L's African-American Theatre Program honors Martin Luther King, Jr. with free event.
As PBS prepares to air “Music Makes A City”, a story about the rise of the Louisville Orchestra in the aftermath of the 1937 flood, today’s orchestra is attempting a similar comeback.
Previewing the 2012-2013 season for Louisville Ballet.
Buried Child opens tonight at Bunbury Theatre.
Sub Rosa: The Gypsie Courtyard returns for a night of arts and entertainment networking and showcasing on April 27 at Bearno's.
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