The University of Louisville department of theatre arts will examine the issue of a hate crime in a small town with the opening of The Laramie Project on Wednesday.
The yellow brick road will only go so much further. This weekend will be the last chance to catch The Wizard of Oz at Centerstage.
Four plays. Forty minutes. Humana Festival will present its Ten-Minute Plays event on Saturday and Sunday.
How far can ambition and heart take a group when the group has no talent? For The Cherry Sisters Revisited, it's to Actors Theatre beginning March 18.
In olden days Vatican-mocking was looked on as something shocking, but heaven knows—anything…Galileo?
Haven’t been to Walden Theater yet to check out Shakespeare’s classic, Much Ado About Nothing? You still have a chance to catch the remaining performances!
Take a trip back to your teens and everything that goes along with those years. And we mean EVERYTHING.
Just because he wrote in flowery, poetic language doesn't mean that William Shakespeare didn't understand that times can be tough. The local theatre group closes out their season with their "old west" version of As You Like It.
The united thespians have come together to announce what they'll be up to for the next year or so on the city's stages
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