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For the weekend - Louisville shows and auditions (June 20 edition)

Plenty of theatre is/has opened in the Louisville area this weekend. Among them include a twist on a Stephen Sondheim musical (Marry Me a Little from Pandora Productions), a women-and-pop-culture-oriented comedy (SPANK! Harder at Kentucky Center), a love story with mystery (The 13th of Paris from Theatre 502), a comedy focusing on stereotypes and secrets (The Bard's Town-presented Drinking Perfume), and a classic children's show (You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown from C3 PAM)

Plenty of shows remain on the stage going into this weekend as well, including many long running shows now in their final weekends (a Derby Dinner children's show and a Whodunnit mystery). Alley Theater's double-feature, meanwhile, is in its last night tonight. Other shows include comedies from Little Colonel Playhouse and the mainstage at Derby Dinner Playhouse, and a free show in the park for KY Shakespeare.

Don't forget to check out the latest auditions, too. Wanna become an actor? Here's your chance!



Pandora Productions presents Marry Me a Little until June 29.

The Kentucky Center presents SPANK! Harder until June 21.

The Bard's Town presents Drinking Perfume until June 29.

Theatre 502 presents The 13th of Paris until June 28.

C3 Performing Arts Ministry presents You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown until June 28.

Ongoing shows:

Little Colonel Playhouse presents Kitchen Witches until June 22.

KY Shakespeare presents A Midsummer Night's Dream until July 26.

Alley Theater presents The Ruffian on the Stair and The Dumb Waiter until June 20.

Derby Dinner Playhouse presents Cash on Delivery until June 29.

Derby Dinner Playhouse presents Princess Penelope's Dragon until June 21.

Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater presents The Specter at the Seance: The Spirit's Revenge until June 21.


Louisville Repertory Company holding auditions for Proof on June 23.

The Alley Theater holding auditions for The Trial on June 21.

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