Opera in the 19th century fell pretty much into one of two categories — comedy or tragedy.
On Tuesday, May 31, I joined several thousand other music lovers in the Louisville Palace to enjoy local-rockers-turned-international stars My Morning Jacket performing a concert th
Queer-centric spoken-word tour stops at U of L
Why should rock ’n’ rollers have all the fun touring the country?
Louisville Orchestra management and musicians clash over financial discord
This past Feb. 19 was a highlight of the concert season for the Louisville Orchestra.
... but Kentucky Opera offers ‘A Night in Seville’
Mike Super aims to ‘mystify’
“Mystifier” Mike Super specializes not just in magic and illusion, but in getting his audiences in on the fun.
It’s been a long time since adult entertainment has garnered respect in this community, but thanks to the burlesque troupe Va Va Vixens, that might be changing.
East meets West in Puccini’s ‘Madame Butterfly’
In 1904, Giacomo Puccini stood with one foot in the Old World, and one foot in the New.
Terpsichore Dance Company celebrates a 10-year tradition
Lately, it seems, turning a corner to find a magically appearing throng of dancing zombies has become nearly normal. And that is almost comforting.
Hey, Doc, you got anything for romantic troubles?
After opening its season in September with a pair of tragic Italian operas that end with blood on the stage, the Kentucky Opera this week turns back a half a 19th century