This review of "The Game's Afoot" at Commonwealth Theatre (NKU) is by Jackie Demaline.
Walking through downtown Pikeville five years ago would have been a bleak, dusty experience.
On the heels of a season that saw a doubling of its subscription base and a 70 percent growth in sales, The Carnegie is keeping its foot on the gas in 2014-15 with four audience-friendly production
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized the Falcon Theatre’s production of Bat Boy with a 4 Star Rating.
It may not be Hollywood, but Kentucky has a long history of summer outdoor theatrical productions. In fact, some of the shows have been running for more than a half-century.
Following just over two months of renovation, the Kentucky Theatre will host a Re-Opening Celebration with Nick and Nina Clooney as hosts on Wednesday, May 21.
WIT-Women in Theatre, a professional, non-union, acting company, and St. John United Church of Christ (520 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue) are co-producing the first of many stage productions.