The Humana Festival will kick off tomorrow at Actors Theatre with a story of addiction, power, and imagination in A Devil at Noon.
This isn't your typical Kentuckiana obsession with horses. IUS will continue its theatre season with Equus, which opens tomorrow night.
It only takes a moment to be elegant with the musical Hello, Dolly, which will premiere at Hayswood Theatre this Friday.
Looking for Lilith will honor the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Factory Fire in Fabric, Flames, and fervor: Girls of the Triangle beginning this weekend.
A satirical look at 1950's women's prisons comes to life in this play produced by The Alley Theater.
To strike, or not to strike. To express freely, or not.
Derby Dinner Playhouse presents the rock musical Jesus Christ Superstar, set to begin tomorrow.
A bored newlywed defies convention in the Bellarmine University production of Hedda Gabler, which begins this weekend.
An unintentionally found bad review sends actors and others in a whirl in Amateurs, a Wayward Actors production that begins this weekend at Kentucky Center for the Arts.
Spend Valentine's Day with a librarian-turned-adventurer in the LePetomane comedy Glady's of Adventure, which opens this weekend.
Floyd Central High School will present three musicals in one during Apple Tree, which debuts tomorrow as part of the school's Studio One series.
Louisville Repertory Company presents Rosencrantz and Guildenstern beginning tonight at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.