Join CTC and the Ogle Center at IU Southeast for the show that over 60 schools throughout Kentuckiana have been loving this fall: Commonwealth Theatre Center of Kentucky’s production of RED RIDING HOOD: A Vaudeville Romp!

Set in Louisville in the 1920s, Red Riding Hood must walk through Central Park to visit her ailing grandmother. Along the way, she encounters a washed-up pair of vaudeville comedians: Mr. Wolfie and his sidekick Mr. Moley. The duo’s harebrained attempts to steal Red’s basket of goodies results in a hilarious sequence of events full of live music and some important lessons.

Red Riding Hood: A Vaudeville Romp

by Geraldine Ann Snyder, directed by Mera Kathryn Corlett, music directed by Bob Ramsey

November 18 at 11am
Performance at the Ogle Center
4201 Grant Line Rd, New Albany, Indiana 47150

Admission is FREE. No tickets or reservations required.

More info at or by calling (812) 941-2525.


This show is made possible thanks to the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana.