Stage One, a Louisville children’s theater, presents Tuck Everlasting at the Kentucky Center on Friday, February 18.
Peter and the Wolf performed by the orKIDstra and Tuck Everlasting at Stage One--Louisville kids have it made.
What goes great with pizza? Free improv, of course!
Knights, a damsel in distress (or is she), prisoners, and Don Quixote. All of these things can be found in the Centerstage musical Man of La Mancha, which opens tomorrow night.
Love, death, and souls are on the line in Clarksville Little Theatre's production of Once on This Island, which will premiere tomorrow.
Christopher Owens, A.K.A Truth B. Told is an award winning rising international poet from Louisville who has a desire for a grammy nomination in his sights. He is throwing a huge party for his birthday and to release the 2nd album in his Lyrical Therapy Trilogy on December 28 at Jazzy Blu and everyone is invited.
The Divas and Dogs Cabaret presented Winter Woofs at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater on December 18 & 19 to the delight of many families with kids of all ages.
Circus talents and canine co-stars equal an awesome show for families on Sunday, December 19.
The Looking Glass Wars at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater inspires audience members to ponder the importance and power of imagination and the difference betweeen our internal and external lives.
A beautiful young lady, a handsome young man, and a mouse king all can be found in Louisville Ballet's performace of The Brown-Foreman Nutcracker, which opens on Satuday.
Live music, sound effects and acting-and four ghosts
Thanksgiving fun starts at Howl at the Moon tonight and continues at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater with a turkey bowling tournament, a contest to stump pianists, a great burlesque show and more.