Love triangles, mistaken identities, and masks, all in the name of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, which will open at the Rud tomorrow night.
Shakespeare comes to Actors Theatre through Walden Theatre's Young American Shakespeare Festival, which opens tonight.
Little Colonel's final show of the season, Social Security, opens on Thursday.
Check out The Bard's Town, now open in the Highlands. While enjoying the grub, drinks, and the culture of the place, check out Chasing Ophelia, The Bard's Town's first theatrical production, which opens Wednesday.
A throwback to the counterculture movement is to be found in the rock musical Hair, set to open this weekend at Clarksville Little Theatre.
One day. Twenty groups. Your audition. Theatre Alliance of Louisville will host its 2011 Unified Auditions on May 14.
Bunbury Theatre brings back a one-woman story on love, relationships, and sock monkeys in the show The Good, The Bad, and The Monkey, which takes place this weekend.
Disney meets Rudyard Kipling in Jungalbook, which will take place through Assumption's Rose Theatre Company this weekend.
Twisted Tale for adults now playing at Bellarmine University.
The garden club presidency is up for grabs in The Girls of the Garden Club, which opens at Shelby County Community Theatre on Friday.
Lessons of respect, patience, and humility are taught through an entertaining blend of dancing, drumming, and costumes in the U of L production of How Orisanmi Chose His Head, which opens on Wednesday.
Admit it. You had a tear in your eye during Beauty and the Beast's dance.