Lights and love in Shelby County Comm. Theatre's Almost, Maine this weekend.
Finding hope after tragedy when the Humana Festival presents brownsville song (b-side for tray) starting Friday.
One man reflects on the true American dream in Death of a Salesman, which opens Friday at Clarksville Little Theatre.
Recovery from a breakup can be fun in The Breakup Notebook, which Pandora Productions will present beginning Thursday.
Adventure, heroes, and disguises in The Scarlet Pimpernel, which Floyd Central High School opens this weekend.
Alley Theater brings back two popular shows as the theater group opens its new downtown location.
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.