The Kentucky Shakespeare Festival has lots in store for Louisville this summer!
Two actors run through the entire Harry Potter book series in 70 minutes or less in Potted Potter, which opens tomorrow.
A true story of pre-Civil War black actors performing Richard III and the white producer that tries to shut them down this week at U of L.
Through the spring, Kentucky Shakespeare and Baxter Avenue Theatres present a very special series.
Actors Theatre provides a study distraction in Love Labour's Lost, which is playing now.
Who doesn't love Iago?
The heroic and corrupted aspects of a king are exposed in "Henry V," which Kentucky Shakespeare will present starting this weekend.
Mistaken identities lead to hilarity in the Shakespearean play The Comedy of Errors, which is to go on at YPAS this weekend.
Pop culture and Shakespeare are mashed together when Alley Theater presents Bat Hamlet this weekend.
Power and war for King John, a Shakespearean work that Alley Theater will present this weekend.
Mistaken identities and random love triangles fill up the Shakespearean comedy Twelfth Night, which opens tonight.
Kings and fools handle forgiveness, mercy, and revenge in U of L's The Tempest, now playing.
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