Walden Theatre presents A Night of Poe at Kentucky Country Day beginning on Wednesday.
The Time Warp, Dammit Janet, and other favorites return to Pandora Productions in Rocky Horror Show.
A horse obsession beyond the Derby will be seen at Bunbury Theatre in Equus, which opens on Friday.
UofL production to tour in August
Doug Schutte is founder and co-owner of The Bard's Town restaurant/theater/lounge, which opened last fall in the Highlands.
A children's play with a social conscience.
Stage One, a Louisville children’s theater, presents Tuck Everlasting at the Kentucky Center on Friday, February 18.
The Looking Glass Wars at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater inspires audience members to ponder the importance and power of imagination and the difference betweeen our internal and external lives.
Experience the radio broadcast, and go back to the 1940s to embrace George Bailey's quest for meaning in the holiday season. Music Theatre Louisville will present It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play beginning on Friday.
African American suffering and desires will be on display in the University of Louisville production of The Colored Museum, which opens tomorrow.
Faery's Kiss was a solid show, with plenty of wit and humor. Unfortunately, a simple rule of theatre etiquette regarding doors was missed, and the show became one of overcoming distractions.
Annie closes out Music Theatre Louisville's season.