Friday, March 21
“King Lear” @ Nancy Niles Sexton Theater (Walden Theater)
1123 Payne Street
This play, written by William Shakespeare, is about a king who splits his kingdom up for his three daughters based on their level of love and respect for him. His favorite daughter fails to please him, so he banishes her from the kingdom. The “true regard” of his other daughters is revealed and he soon falls into madness.
“Kill Your Darlings” showing @ UofL’s Floyd Theater
2100 S. Floyd St
Free, 7:30 pm
Austin Bunn, a former UofL creative writer, co-wrote the film “Kill Your Darlings.” It won a top prize at the Venice Film Festival. The film features Michael C. Hall, the man who played Dexter in the HBO show “Dexter.”
“PINK” @ UofL’s Student Activities Center
$10 (students $5), 8pm
UofL students are presenting their annual “PINK” benefit, a “drag and variety show” which will raise money for the University of Louisville’s LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Center. It is the longest running fundraiser on the campus.
Sat., March 22
“The Big Blue” @ The Louisville Water Tower
3005 River Road
$15 (suggested donation), 7pm
This event features the debut of the showing of the documentary “The Big Blue” along with the book “Little Ship of Fools,” which was written by Charles Wilkins.
Sun., March 23
Tom Cannady Gallery @ Repurposed Modern
8101 Warwick Ave.
This art show, titled “It Seemed so Simple Then,” will feature Cannady’s new works inspired by “mid-century design and new suburban American lifestyle.” If you’re an artist, or just a fan of art, be sure to check out this art show. It will be up through May 4.