See a Classic Play at the Commonwealth Theatre Center March 20
You may not know how you know it or where it’s from, but you've definitely heard someone scream “Stella” at some point. Well, it’s more like “Stellaaaaaaaaa!” That famous line is in “A Streetcar Named ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 19, 2020 in Louisville Events
Discover A Soldier’s Tale at the Jeffersonian March 5
Go see “A Soldier’s Tale” at the beautiful Jeffersonian. This is a folk tale that will be presented in a highly unique way thanks to Music Without Borders. See and hear this tale come to life this March.
A Soldier’s ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 5, 2020 in Louisville Events
Learn How to Belly Dance at Horizon’s Dance Theatre March 3
Have you ever wanted to learn how to belly dance? Now is the time! Learn the basic movements of Fusion Belly Dance at Horizon’s Dance Theatre with a skilled instructor. The class is beginner-friendly and open to anyone who would like to learn ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on March 3, 2020 in Louisville Events
See an Engaging New Play at the University of Louisville February 21
Meet the Kittredges. They're a wealthy couple in New York and they have just been visited by Paul. He's the son of a Hollywood bigwig, or so he says. Watch Six Degrees of Separation at the University of Louisville this February and watch how a ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 21, 2020 in Louisville Events
Laugh About Groundhog Day Eve February 1
Why should Christmas and New Year be the only holidays that are celebrated for two days? Kick off February by celebrating Groundhog Day Eve with Improv Anonymous. Laugh, drink some woodchuck cider and enjoy this holiday at the Bard’s Town.
Posted by Joe Hayden on February 1, 2020 in Louisville Events
Laugh the Night Away at the Kentucky Center for Performing Arts January 24
Have a night full of laughter at the Kentucky Center for Performing Arts this January. The Second City is a famous comedy troupe with a rotating cast that has included such names as John Candy, Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Stephen Colbert. ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 23, 2020 in Louisville Events
Head to a Karaoke Party at the Bard’s Town January 4
You don’t even have to sing to have a good time at a karaoke party. But if you are feeling adventurous, you can take the stage at the Bard’s Town and belt out your favorite tune!
Whether you want to sing or you’re ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on January 4, 2020 in Louisville Events
See a New Version of a Classic Holiday Tale at the Bard’s Town November 29
Even if you haven’t seen “It’s a Wonderful Life,” the famous Christmas movie, you probably know something about it. Heck, you might have even seen a few parodies of it. The story of the small-town man who dreams big and ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 28, 2019 in Louisville Events
See the Kings of Silent Cinema at the Louisville Memorial Auditorium November 17
Before George Clooney and Brad Pitt, the movies were ruled by the Kings of Silent Cinema. Go celebrate these legends of film this November at the Louisville Memorial Auditorium and enjoy an evening of historic cinema culture.
Kings of Silent ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 16, 2019 in Louisville Events
Giggle at Improv Comedy at the Bard’s Town November 2
The holiday season is the most stressful time of year for most people. You’ve got about a million things to do, tons of stuff to buy, and boxes full of stuff that has to be hung up, set up, strung up, it’s enough to make anyone want to ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on November 2, 2019 in Louisville Events
Enjoy an Evening of Scary Fun at Spookalicious October 5
If you can’t remember the last time you had a night full of laughter, Spookalicious at the Bard’s Town was made for you. This special event is presented by Improv Anonymous to be so funny, it’s scary. Will you be spooked by how ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 5, 2019 in Louisville Events
See Kentucky Shakespeare Zombies October 2
To celebrate the season of thrills and chills, Kentucky Shakespeare will present “Night of the Living Dead: A Radio Play.” This is a unique take on the most famous zombie movie of them all, a cult classic that helped to pave the way for ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on October 2, 2019 in Louisville Events
Go See King Hedley II at the UofL Playhouse September 19
Do something a little different this September and head to the UofL Playhouse for “King Hedley II” by August Wilson. This play is set in the1980s and it’s full of some pretty familiar themes: dreams, disappointments, money troubles....
Posted by Joe Hayden on September 18, 2019 in Louisville Events
Watch a 10-Minute Play at the Ten-Tucky Festival September 18
This September, spend some time in a fun, quirky little theater that was inspired by Shakespeare. Bard’s Town is on Bardstown Road and here, everything is Shakespearian-themed. Head to the Ten-Tucky Festival to see some truly unique original ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on September 17, 2019 in Louisville Events
Have a Night at the Opera with the UofL School of Music August 4
This August, give yourself a night of culture, romance, suspense, jealousy and incredible singing. The UofL School of Music is presenting “Carmen,” one of the most popular operas in the world.
Bizet’s “Carmen” is ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on August 4, 2019 in Louisville Events
See the Louisville Ballet in Central Park July 31
You may have been to Louisville's well-known Shakespeare in the Park series before. This is a favorite summer event that plays out every year in Central Park. It's always free, and it's always a great way to go enjoy some culture. But this July, ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 30, 2019 in Louisville Events
Discover the Story of Bluegrass Music at the Kentucky Country Day Theater July 30
Get a sneak peek at KET’s newest documentary, “Big Family: The Story of Bluegrass Music”, and you’ll get to learn a little more about how Bluegrass music was created. This special event is at the Kentucky Country Day Theater ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 29, 2019 in Louisville Events
See What Happens in Shakespeare’s Wild West at the Little Colonel Playhouse July 28
The problem with Shakespeare is that he lived in the 1600s in England. And let’s face it, this was kind of a boring time in history. But the Wild West in America was one of history’s most thrilling times. What happens when these two ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on July 27, 2019 in Louisville Events
See a Free Spider-Man Movie at the Iroquois Amphitheater June 5
Go to a free summer movie at Iroquois Amphitheater this June. The movie is part of the “Spider-Man” franchise, and this event is designed for people of all ages. If you like superheroes, you will enjoy seeing this movie.
Go into the ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on June 4, 2019 in Louisville Events
Watch Shakespeare in the Park in Central Park June 2
Enjoy a time-honored Louisville tradition this June and go see Shakespeare in the Park. This performance of “As You Like It” puts Shakespeare’s classic play in a 19th-century Kentucky setting. This version of the play features live ...
Posted by Joe Hayden on June 1, 2019 in Louisville Events