Abridged history with comic, feminist twists
Shakespeare in all of its glory...or an abridged version of it anyway.
Disguises, love, and a free show are all taking place tomorrow night at The Bard's Town when KY Shakespeare presents Taming of the Shrew.
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.
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.
Everybody's gotta eat. Now, put that dinner bill to good use.
Love, at least from one person in the couple. The other will just run away.
Think of it as an updated Shakespearean play with plenty of double-entendres.
Sex, manipulation, politics, and Shakespeare, all in one play. U of L will present Measure for Measure beginning tomorrow.
A series of one acts, adbridged William Shakespeare works, and Social Security will be presented during Little Colonel Playhouse's upcoming 2010-2011 theatre season.
Forecastle Festival's taking over the riverfront and downtown. Why not head to Old Louisville instead for free Shakespeare shows this weekend