A baker, New York mother, and TV producer come together in The New Century, set to open at U of L this week.
After months of flip-flopping, the highly-ranked 6'4" player from Georgia is heading to Louisville to play basketball for Rick Pitino and the Cardinals
Want some theater with your Thunder?
Bollywood dance numbers, mudfights, funerals, and weddings help to explore the institution of marriage in A Perfect Wedding, which opens tonight at U of L.
Simmons College of Kentucky, once a full-service university for the city’s African-American population, is working to regain its place in history.
Community organization spends pre-holiday weekend delivering Turkey Day cheer and hosting U of L musicians to raise money.
Sex, manipulation, politics, and Shakespeare, all in one play. U of L will present Measure for Measure beginning tomorrow.
Mr. Conservatively Conservative speaks at UofL
Watch, listen, or participate in a discussion regarding marriage and cultural difference during the reading of A Perfect Wedding tomorrow in downtown Louisville.
African American suffering and desires will be on display in the University of Louisville production of The Colored Museum, which opens tomorrow.
Big Blue Country on Baxter Avenue hopes for another "Big Blue Invasion" this weekend as the city prepares for the regional football event of the year.
There's nothing better than the word "free". For those who purchase U of L theatre season tickets, they will also have a chance to win "free" tickets for other area theatres.