Assumption High School's Rose Theatre Company presents the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic The King and I beginning tomorrow night.
Walden Theatre presents the C.S. Lewis classic The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe beginning October 30 and running through November 1
Can workplace depression be cured? One person tries to in Rx, which opens at The Bard's Town this weekend.
Louisville Ballet gives audiences a closer look at dance and choreography in Studio Connections, which begins tonight.
During the French Revolution, a peasant seeks redemption in Les Miserables, which opens at Centerstage this weekend.
A sister investigates the possible conduct of an inappropriate nature in Doubt, a Parable, this weekend at Shelby County Community Theatre.
Broadway's Greatest Villains invade The Bard's Town's stage beginning tonight.
Characters from Tennessee Williams's plays get hillariously thrown into the play The Glass Mendacity, which opens tonight.
The Stephen King/John Nellencamp/T-Bone Burnett created Ghost Brothers of Darkland County comes to Louisville for one night only tomorrow night.
Characters left alone look to be completed in the production Six Characters in Search of an Author, which opens at Walden Theatre this weekend.
A fictional account of Martin Luther King Jr.'s last hours in the production The Mountaintop, which opens tomorrow at Actors Theatre.
The Smedley Tomatoes have never won a football game. Can Viola Swamp change that? Find out in the Derby Dinner childrens theatre production Miss Nelson Has a Field Day this weekend.