The place was packed, everybody ready to hear me tell a story. Yes, me. I was at Headliners Music Hall to participate in the Moth, a live storytelling event that started in New York in the late 1990s and recently made its way to Louisville. The theme that night, which I knew ahead of time, was “neighborhoods.”
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, MEX Theatre and The As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company, celebrating its 15th season, presents “Angel Street” a play set in a London four storied house, has a past the audience soon figures out is quite intriguing.
New Rule: Don't bring your kids to this show.
Blue Moon Circus is looking for freaks and geeks..and a few other performers this Saturday at a private location.
Sounds romantic, doesn't it?
Jayme Thomas as storyteller and actor.
Pandora lets the audience decide one of next season's plays.
Just in case of the end times, see this show.
Theater profile: Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater.
The Louisville Film Society’s new theater (810 E. Market St.) is named Dreamland, after an early-20th-century Louisville theater. As society co-founder Tracy Heightchew gives a tour and optimistically describes her hopes for the space, the name seems fitting. “We want this place to kind of be a rabbit hole where everybody’s visions can be expanded,” she says.
Stop by The Playhouse tomorrow afternoon, Friday, December 2nd, for a free presentation and book signing with Pearl Cleage
The Alley Theater brings a parody of popular movie The Matrix to life on stage.