Hear a Classic Horror Tale from Kentucky Shakespeare October 24
For this Halloween, Kentucky Shakespeare is doing something a little different. This year, they’re going to be performing something that wasn’t even written by Shakespeare! Go to historic Locust Grove this October for a thrilling reading of Frankenstein, the classic horror tale by Mary Shelley, and see how terrifying words can be.
A Reading Performance
You’re invited to go into the grand parlor inside historic Locust Grove, and listen to a reading performance from Kentucky Shakespeare that you won’t forget anytime soon. Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein at the same time that Locust Grove was in use.
Refreshments will be offered while you listen to the reading, which begins at 7 pm. Tickets cost $20 per person. Locust Grove is at 561 Blankenbaker Lane, and it’s not easy to miss. This sprawling, beautiful historic homestead is one of Louisville's favorite attractions, and it frequently hosts special events and history-themed gatherings.
You’ll discover one of Louisville’s most popular neighborhoods on your way to Locust Grove this October: Indian Hills.
Inside Indian Hills
You might get lost in the winding streets of Indian Hills, but only because you'll want to. Indian Hills is designed to be unlike most neighborhoods, with plenty of space between lots and many natural features still left intact. The big trees, natural water, rocky outcroppings and rolling hills give Indian Hills its own unique, distinct look that will make you feel almost as if you've left Louisville to transport back to a different time.
The homes in Indian Hills stand out just as much as their surroundings. Houses here are styled in gorgeous traditional designs, so you will have trouble telling which homes really were built in the early 1900s and which were built in the last 20 years. Even the historic homes in the neighborhood are updated and improved over time, fitted with modern upgrades that leave the gorgeous architectural details intact. They're big, beautiful and built to give owners a sense of privacy and isolation -- and many find that it all makes homes in Indian Hills perfect for any family. There may be a home here that's perfect for yours, too. Go find out this October.
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