When people talk “brunch,” that’s my point of reference and preference. Save dainty for cocktail hour. Brunch, the portmanteau prince of meals, deserves decadence.
Marriage and engagement are put on trial in Trial By Jury, a Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Louisville production that opens tonight.
Family and friends celebrate the life and music of Louisville native Tim Krekel.
Sings Up The Sun, Tim Krekel's last album before his death, celebrates all that will never be forgotten, proves Krekel is walking in a state of grace.
Shelley's tender and powerful lyrics pull you in.
Looking for Lilith presents Beyond the Blue Mountains beginning tomorrow.
Singer, songwriter and composer Rob Morsberger plays the Rudyard Kipling this Friday night with opener Amelia White.
Rising International band The Grayson Wray Project pulled into town in their grey school bus to do a show at the Rudyard Kipling with local acts last night.
Race and gender through the generations are seen through women's eyes in Looking for Lilith's production of Hunting the Basilisk, which opens on Friday.
Love triangles, mistaken identities, and masks, all in the name of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, which will open at the Rud tomorrow night.
Disney meets Rudyard Kipling in Jungalbook, which will take place through Assumption's Rose Theatre Company this weekend.
Want some theater with your Thunder?
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