Terraced lawns, amphitheaters, parks, and the Ohio River bank are coming alive with concerts, movies, and festivals. Here’s where to enjoy live entertainment in the Clark & Floyd counties region this May.  Now thru May 15, Legally Blonde, the Musical, Clarksville, Ind. Follow the transformation of blonde-beauty Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery, and scandal in pursuit of her dreams.  Based on the hit movie, “Legally Blonde.” When: Matinee and evening performances Tuesdays through Sundays, through May 15 Where: Derby Dinner Playhouse, 525 Marriott Dr., Clarksville, Ind. Tickets: $37-$42, adults; tickets for children under 12 are 50% off Friday and Saturday evenings Info: (812) 288-2632, www.DerbyDinner.com April 29, Shakespeare in the Park, Jeffersonville, Ind. Kentucky's Shakespeare in the Park returns to downtown Jeffersonville! A seven-actor group will perform "Romeo & Juliet" in Big Four Station Park. When: 7-8:30 p.m., Friday, April 29 Where: Big Four Station Park, Mulberry St., Jeffersonville, Ind. Admission: free Info: www.KyShakespeare.com/events April 29-May 1, Indiana Frontier Experience, Charlestown, Ind. Step back in time to the Indiana Territory era. Enjoy great historical food, period music, skirmishes between 1812-era militias and native war parties, and watch demonstrations of early trades and skills. When: Noon-4 p.m., Friday, April 29; 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday & Sunday, April 30 and May 1. Where: Historic Tunnel Mill, 3709 Tunnel Mill Rd., Charlestown, Ind. Admission: Free; parking is $8 per car Info: (812) 606-1264, www.HistoricTunnelMill.org  April 30 & May 1, Indiana Fiber & Music Festival, Clarksville, Ind. Lovers of art and music unite for this festival of fiber arts and folk music. Wander through vendors’ booths showcasing woven clothing, rugs, and art, participate in workshops, and bring your own musical instrument to perform with other local musicians in the jam tent. When: 10:30 a.m., Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 Where: Tri-County Shrine Club, 701 Potters Lane, Clarksville, Ind. Cost: free Info: www.IndianaFiberFest.com May 5-8, Opening weekend, Georgetown Drive-in, Georgetown, Ind. Since 1951, the two-screen drive-in has treated families to first-release films, quality fun, and concession goodness. Opening the first weekend in May, enjoy “watching the stars under the stars” at this family-owned gem through October. When: gates open at 7:30 p.m., movie begins at dark (9:30 p.m.), Thursday, May 5-Saturday, May 8 Where: Georgetown Drive-In, 8200 State Rd. 64, Georgetown, Ind. Admission: Adult, $11; Children ages 6-12, $6; Age 5 and under, free Info: (812) 951-2616, www.GeorgetownDriveIn.com   May 6, Clarksville’s “Movies in the Park” series, Clarksville, Ind. On the eve of the Kentucky Derby, enjoy the 2003 film “Seabiscuit.” Shown outdoors in Clarksville’s new Gateway Park, enjoy the true story of how the American thoroughbred inspired the nation during WWII. The film is rated PG-13. When: dusk (8-8:30 p.m.) Friday, May 6 Where: Gateway Park, 500 Little League Blvd., Clarksville, Ind. Admission: free Info: (812) 283-5313, http://www.ClarksvilleParks.com/movies-in-the-park.html May 6, The Oaks, Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ken. Known by locals as the “lilies for the fillies,” this annual horserace for 3-year old fillies runs the day before the Kentucky Derby. Enjoy live racing excitement, and see the winner receive her lily garland at the fourth highest attended horse race in the U.S. When: Gates open at 8 a.m., Friday, May 6 Where: Churchill Downs, 700 Central Ave., Louisville, Ken. Admission: General admission price now to day of event: $40; www.KentuckyDerby.com/tickets/ticket-options/general-admission Info: (502) 636-4400, www.KentuckyDerby.com May 7, The Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ken. Celebrate the history, excitement, and tradition of the 142nd Kentucky Derby. This three-year-old thoroughbred’s race on the Churchill Downs track is known as “the most exciting two minutes in sports.” When: Gates open at 8 a.m., Saturday, May 7 Where: Churchill Downs, 700 Central Ave., Louisville, Ken. Admission: General admission April 25 to day of event, $60; https://www.kentuckyderby.com/tickets/ticket-options/general-admission Info: (502) 636-4400, www.KentuckyDerby.com May 12-15, International Slow Pitch Softball Tournament, Clarksville/Jeffersonville/New Albany, Ind. Enter your team and play in Southern Indiana’s first-ever ISPS Tournament—the Midwest Regional World Qualifier! Division winners will gain a berth to the world championships in Fort Lauderdale later this year. When: Thursday, May 12 – Sunday, May 15 Where: Clarksville Softball Complex, Clarksville, Ind., Vissing Park, Jeffersonville, Ind., Anderson Park, New Albany, Ind. Cost: $250-$350 per team Info: www.ISPSSoInClassic.com May 12, Taste of Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville, Ind. Sample food from some of the best Jeffersonville and regional restaurants, and enjoy bidding on silent auction goodies. Ticket sale profits benefit Jeffersonville revitalization projects. Tickets are available at Schimpff’s Confectionery or Choices Boutique, both located on Spring Street in downtown Jeffersonville. When: 5:30-8:30 p.m., Thursday, May 12 Where: Kye’s I and Kye’s II, 500 Missouri Ave., Jeffersonville, Ind. Admission: $25 per person Info: www.TasteOfJeffersonville.com May 14, RiverStage’s Movie in the Park, Jeffersonville, Ind. Spend an evening under the stars at Jeffersonville’s riverfront to watch the 1982 classic “E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial” on a jumbo screen! For extra-fun, there will also be games, inflatables, and dancing. When: Entertainment 7:30 p.m., movie begins at dark, Saturday, May 14 Where: RiverStage, Spring St. and Riverside Dr., Jeffersonville, Ind. Cost: free Info: www.JeffMainStreet.org May 13-15, 19-21, “The Producers,” Clarksville, Ind. Broadway comes to Southern Indiana with “The Producers” at the Little Clarksville Theatre. Laugh at this wildly funny show written by Mel Brooks. When: Friday- Sunday, May 13-15; Thursday-Saturday, May 19-21 Where: Clarksville Little Theatre, 301 E. Montgomery Ave., Clarksville, Ind. Cost: $17 adults, $14 teens (ages 13-19) & seniors (60+), $10 children (age 12 and under) Info: (812) 283-6522, www.ClarksvilleLittleTheatre.org May 18- June 26, “Arsenic & Old Lace,” Clarksville, Ind. Enjoy this riotous tale of two charming and lovable old ladies who dispense cheer, along with wine spiked with arsenic! When: Matinee and evening performances Tuesdays through Sundays, through June 16 Where: Derby Dinner Playhouse, 525 Marriott Dr., Clarksville, Ind. Cost: $37-$42, adults; tickets for children under 12 are 50% off Friday and Saturday evenings Info: (812) 288-2632, www.DerbyDinner.com May 20, Chocolate Lovers Stroll, Jeffersonville, Ind. Stroll through downtown Jeffersonville shops and stop at 15 different tasting stations to sample decadent chocolates. Enjoy wine sampling, live musical acts, and artisans’ wares along the way. When: 6-9 p.m., Friday, May 20 Where: downtown Jeffersonville’s Spring Street, Jeffersonville, Ind. Cost: Adults: $8 in advance, $10 day of event; Children, $5 Info: www.JeffMainStreet.org May 20 & 27, June 3 Concerts in the Park Series, Jeffersonville, Ind. Listen to live bands play a variety of music at Warder Park’s gazebo stage every Friday night mid-May to mid-September. Performing May 20: Kosair Dance Band; May 27: Holy Name Band; June 3: Tom and Ricky When: 6-9 p.m., Friday, May 20 & 27 Where: Warder Park, Court Ave. and Spring St., Jeffersonville, Ind. Cost: free Info: http://JeffMainStreet.org/events/concerts-in-the-park.html May 20, Clarksville Outdoor Concert Series, Clarksville, Ind. Enjoy outdoor concerts at Clarksville’s new Gateway Park, held every third Friday May through September. Bring lawn chairs and coolers and listen to Junction Creek Band perform. When: 7-9 p.m., Friday, May 20 Where: Gateway Park, 500 Little League Blvd., Clarksville, Ind. Cost: free Info: http://www.ClarksvilleParks.com/concerts-in-the-park.html May 21, Full Moon Hike, Charlestown, Ind. Hike under a full moon and stars, and enjoy the great outdoors at night along Trail 5. Wear good hiking shoes and comfortable clothing, and bring a red lens flashlight and walking stick. When: 8-10 p.m., Saturday, May 21 Where: Charlestown State Park, 12500 State Rd. 62, Charlestown, Ind. Cost: free Info: http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2986.htm May 26-30, Abbey Road on the River, Louisville, Ken. Listen to fab-ulous Beatles and 60s-era bands at this five-day, multi-stage music festival. Originally created to honor the Fab Four’s music and spirit, the festival continues to grow in attendance and in number and variety of performers each year.  A YUM Center Plaza 11:30 a.m. concert kicks off the festival on Thursday, May 26. When: Various times and venues Thursday, May 26 thru Monday, May 30; see schedule online: http://www.arotr.com/site/?page_id=5209 Where: YUM Center Plaza, Belvedere Festival Park, and Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville, Ken. Cost: Single day general admission, $35; Ultimate Ticket to Ride (all concerts & events): $209.95 Info: www.arotr.com May 27 & June 3, RiverStage Summer Concert Series, Jeffersonville, Ind. Every Friday through September, listen to live music at Jeffersonville’s RiverStage set along the bank of the Ohio River. With breathtaking views of the river and Louisville’s skyline, relax and enjoy music under the stars. Performing May 27: Louisville Crashers, with Southern Sirens; June 3: The Wulfe Brothers, with Doo Wo All Stars & Bag of Hammers When: 7-9 p.m., Friday, May 27 & June 3 Where: RiverStage, Court Ave. and Riverside Dr., Jeffersonville, Ind. Cost: free Info: www.TheRiverStage.com May 28 & June 4, RiverStage Twilight Cinema, Jeffersonville, Ind. Every Saturday through September, watch recently released family-friendly movies on the big screen set on Jeffersonville’s RiverStage amphitheater on the banks of the Ohio River. Showing May 28: The Good Dinosaur; June 4, Norm of the North When: 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Where: RiverStage, Court Ave. and Riverside Dr., Jeffersonville, Ind. Cost: free Info: www.TheRiverStage.com May 29, Boomtown Ball, New Albany, Ind. Listen to the sounds of Small Black, Knox Hamilton, KOA, Otis Jr. and Dr. Dundiff, King Mudd, Typhoid Beach, and other indie bands at New Albany’s third annual downtown music festival. Enjoy food, the unique outdoor bazaar, Flea Off Market, and regional and New Albany vendors’ wares. When: gates open 1 p.m., music begins 1:30 p.m., Sunday, May 29 Where: Market Street, downtown New Albany, Ind. Cost: free Info: http://NewAlbanyCityHall.com/home/boomtown Find more event information at: gosoin.com/Events