Things to do: Nov. 20-22


Olivia Dawson

Good Folk Fest

Nov. 21-22 10a.m.
Tim Faulkner Gallery
1512 Portland Ave., Louisville, Ky. 40203

Watch 18 folk musicians perform. See raw, local folk art. The art and music ranges from traditional to modern. This is the first time the Good Folk Fest will take place after a three-year hiatus, mainly due to the shift in venue and size. This year, the festival plans to reinvent itself on a greater scale. The festival will run until 6p.m. each day.

H.M.S. Pinafore
Nov. 17-Dec. 13. Times vary.
Prices vary
Actors Theatre
316 West Main St., Louisville, Ky 40202

Watch the fresh Actors Theatre take of the Gilbert and Sullivan classic in which sailors have a slumber party. The show is full of love and comedy with cheerful tunes. Gilbert and Sullivan are also known for their musical “Pirates of Penzance.”

Murder in Hollywood – The Case of the Boa Constrictor
Nov. 21 7:30p.m.
Little Colonel Playhouse
302 Mt. Mercy St., Louisville, Ky. 40056

Fans of suspense can solve who murdered Sandra Townsend. The show will also have hors d’oeuvres and dessert. Call (502) 314-4124 to make reservations.

Nov. 22 7p.m.
Prices vary
Mercury Ballroom
611 South Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202

Watch Christian rap and hip hop artist Nathan Feurstein, “NF,” perform on The Drop Tour.

Sister Hazel
Nov. 20 8p.m.
Prices vary.
Mercury Ballroom
611 South Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202

See the band Sister Hazel, known for their 1997 hit “All For You,” perform. Fans of Better Than Ezra and Vertical Horizon would enjoy the show.

Nov. 18-Dec. 6. Times vary.
Prices vary.
Kentucky Center for the Arts
501 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. 40202

See the Broadway hit musical, a prequel to “The Wizard of Oz,” make its annual stop in Louisville. Find out the backstory of the friendship between Glinda the Good Witch and the Wicked Witch of the West.

Yule Ball

Nov. 21 7p.m.
University of Louisville: George J. Howe Red Barn
2011 S. Brook St., Louisville, Ky., 40208

Harry Potter fans can reenact the Yule Ball scene from “The Goblet of Fire,” at a real-life dance. Patrons should dress in Hogwarts-themed costumes. All proceeds will support Camp Quality Kentuckiana.