Family members fall into illusion or elsewhere in The Glass Menagerie, which Stage on Spring will present beginning Wednesday.
A beloved priest is at the center of Sister Aloysius's investigation in Doubt: A Parable, which Wayward Actors Theatre Company will present starting tonight.
A poor, one-eyed farmer may become the leader of a literally unseen land in The Country of the Blind, which Walden Theatre will open tonight.
Man's best friend becomes a problem for the man's wife in Sylvia, which U of L theatre arts will present beginning today.
Friendships are tested when they get a little money in Partners, which opens the 38th Humana Festival of New American Plays on Wednesday.
A modern day, bluegrass-tinged retelling of the birth of Christ in Hayswood Theatre's A Cotton Patch Gospel.
Adults become less and less civilized in the IUS presenatation God of Carnage.
Her name is Lola, and she's at Derby Dinner starting this week.
A person confesses to murder, but did she really do it?
This isn't the best week to be a Dean.
Murder and revenge play out in Guilty Conscience, which Little Colone Playhouse will present this weekend.
Sometimes in life, one has to have a little Nunsense.