Kentucky Opera scored a victory with the opening of its 2015 season, choosing a crowd-pleasing Verdi opera whose story is so well known, the audience can skip the synopsis and just relax into the unfolding story.
The funk/soul/R&B giants of the 1970s came to town to remind everyone they've still got it.
The actress who played Beth Greene on "The Walking Dead" brought her other love to Louisville
Like a mysterious stranger....
Two sold-out performances remain of Kentucky Opera's last production of the season. A Woman in Morocco offers a shadowy story and richly textured music to evoke a world of sensuality and violence.
Wilco puts on an inspired show during the Louisville stop on their 20th Anniversary Tour.
This week saw the highly anticipated release of Louisville band's latest album "The Waterfall."
The Brooklyn-based band Sinkane and touring partner Helado Negro created a memorable night at Zanzabar Saturday.
Kentucky Opera's season opened with a fine production of Fidelio on Friday night, highlighted by Kara Shay Thompson's excellence in the title role and Beethoven's sublime music.
CenterStage's finely-honed production of "Spring Awakening" opened strong with a fine ensemble cast of young actors.
Friday was opening night for Alley Theater's new parodic play, "Star Trek, The Original, Deep Space, Next Voyager, Generation, Enterprise 9."
Orchestras take notice: it helps when concerto players have already done battle together.
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