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Oct
26
Sat
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse Tickets
Oct 26 @ 12:00 pm
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse | Clarksville | Indiana | United States
Airing every year on the Disney channel, this animated TV special has long been a Halloween tradition for families across the country. A delightful musical with big heart!
 
Price: Breakfast – $17.00; Lunch – $22.00
Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Show 10:00 A.M.
Lunch 12:00 P.M. Show 1:15 P.M.
OCT 5, 12, 19, 26, 28*, NOV 2, 9, 2019
*October 28 evening show only.
Fashion show At The Castle Of Blood @ WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Tickets
Oct 26 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Fashion show At The Castle Of Blood @ WhoDunnit Murder Mystery | Louisville | Kentucky | United States

WhoDunnit Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
Proudly Presents for our 20th Anniversary Season:
Saturday evenings Sept. 14 through Oct. 26, 2019
“Fashion Show At The Castle Of Blood”
Beware—A vampire is on the loose! Can you
spot the real killer in the midst of a gathering
full of monsters and ghouls? All guests who
come in costume will be invited to
participate in the fashion show!
Most public shows are at The Bristol Bar & Grille Downtown
*Your ticket includes salad, bread, one of the 4 meal choices posted on our website to complement this show, dessert, gratuity, and drink orders (soft drinks, coffee, teas and water).

Oct
28
Mon
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse Tickets
Oct 28 @ 5:45 pm
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse | Clarksville | Indiana | United States
Airing every year on the Disney channel, this animated TV special has long been a Halloween tradition for families across the country. A delightful musical with big heart!
 
Price: Breakfast – $17.00; Lunch – $22.00
Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Show 10:00 A.M.
Lunch 12:00 P.M. Show 1:15 P.M.
OCT 5, 12, 19, 26, 28*, NOV 2, 9, 2019
*October 28 evening show only.
Oct
30
Wed
Russian Ballet Theatre presents “Swan Lake” @ Louisville Memorial Auditorium Tickets
Oct 30 @ 7:30 pm

Swan Lake, which has mesmerized audiences for over a century, is based on a German fairy tale. Tchaikovsky’s score tells the tragic love story of Prince Siegfried and Swan Princess, Odette, who is cursed to be a swan by day but a young woman at night. The Russian Ballet Theatre’s new production will captivate audiences with time-honored Russian traditions while adding new choreography, hand painted sets, radiant hand sewn costumes, artistic hair designs and special effects makeup.

Nov
2
Sat
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse Tickets
Nov 2 @ 12:00 pm
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse | Clarksville | Indiana | United States
Airing every year on the Disney channel, this animated TV special has long been a Halloween tradition for families across the country. A delightful musical with big heart!
 
Price: Breakfast – $17.00; Lunch – $22.00
Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Show 10:00 A.M.
Lunch 12:00 P.M. Show 1:15 P.M.
OCT 5, 12, 19, 26, 28*, NOV 2, 9, 2019
*October 28 evening show only.
Nov
7
Thu
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 7 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
8
Fri
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 8 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
9
Sat
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse Tickets
Nov 9 @ 12:00 pm
SPOOKLEY THE SQUARE PUMPKIN THE MUSICAL @ Derby Dinner Playhouse | Clarksville | Indiana | United States
Airing every year on the Disney channel, this animated TV special has long been a Halloween tradition for families across the country. A delightful musical with big heart!
 
Price: Breakfast – $17.00; Lunch – $22.00
Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Show 10:00 A.M.
Lunch 12:00 P.M. Show 1:15 P.M.
OCT 5, 12, 19, 26, 28*, NOV 2, 9, 2019
*October 28 evening show only.
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 9 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
10
Sun
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 10 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
11
Mon
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 11 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
12
Tue
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 12 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
13
Wed
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 13 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
14
Thu
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 14 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.

Nov
15
Fri
Fires in the Mirror By: Anna Deavere Smith @ University of Louisville Tickets
Nov 15 @ 7:30 pm

“In 1991, in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, an Hasidic man’s car jumped a curb, killing Gavin Cato, a seven-year-old black child. Later, in what appeared to have been an act of retaliation on the part of a faction of the black community, Yankel Rosenbaum, an Hasidic rabbinical student was stabbed and killed. The ensuing riots that wracked Crown Heights’ previous atmosphere of tolerance for its divergent cultures made national headlines and pointed to the growing friction in racial and cultural relations across America.” Although it’s been nearly twenty years since the incident in Crown Heights, Brooklyn that sparked Anna Deavere Smith to create Fires in the Mirror, the climate of misunderstanding and mistrust amongst different groups has continued throughout the country. UofL’s actors will be asked to relate to the experiences of others (as actors often do) and inhabit the identity of another group without erasing differences between identities. In so doing, the production will challenge the audience to vicariously open up to this process and try to shift their perspective, their experience, and their identity to that of another, rather than passively sitting in judgment from the perspective of the voyeur.