Your show of shows will reach the Kentucky Center for the Arts on Friday when the What If? Theatre Company puts on Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor.
Two con-men have money and compeition on the line in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the Hayswood Theatre production which will open tomorrow.
A priest and seminary student are at odds with each other in the St. Marks UCC production of Mass Appeal, which will open on Thursday.
The quest for stardom and dealing with stage mothers are part of the life of Gypsy, the Sondheim classic which will open on Friday at Clarksville Little Theatre.
Sisterly bonding and marriage proposals form the basis of Mornings at Seven, which Little Colonel Playhouse will present beginning on Thursday.
Women in prison, a murdering barber, and John Hughes during Alley Theatre's 2010-2011 season.
Thirty years of Afghanistan history provides the backdrop to The Kite Runner, which opens at Actors Theatre on Tuesday.
Get ready for a murder mystery, some night music, foxes, and an Irving Berlin classic during the upcoming season from The As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company.
A murder mystery, Shel Silverstein's works, torch songs, and Amateurs will take to the stage during the Wayward Actors Theatre Company's 2010-2011 season.
Triple-dog dare you to go barefoot in the park while running with a kite singing Christmas carols. Or, enjoy the upcoming 2010-2011 season at Actors Theatre.
Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble is set to present the return of a superhero in the fan-favorite show, Ka-Blam, beginning tomorrow night.
Be the victim or the hero. The Alley Theater and Art Sanctuary will present Point Break Live beginning tomorrow.