World's worst boss could become murder victim if the audience can't figure out Whodunnit.
Thrills, relationships, and murder, all to be found in Pandora Productions's Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story, which opens tomorrow.
Adult siblings move back home and attempt to rebuild their lives in Things We Want, opening at The Bard's Town Theatre this week.
Marriage and engagement are put on trial in Trial By Jury, a Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Louisville production that opens tonight.
Shakespeare and Dennys combine at Alley Theater for the Bottoms Up! show The Tragedy of Omelet, which begins this week.
Menopause the Musical takes over Actors Theatre for this week only.
An unlikely friendship forms in the middle of Great Depression-era Indiana in The Diviners, opening at Shelby County Community Theatre this weekend.
Murder, affairs, and secrets unravel in Murder in Green Meadows, which opesns at Little Colonel Playhouse this week.
Bonds are formed between women during card games in Another Cocktail, Dear, which world premieres this weekend.
Kids act like adults who ultimately act like kids in God of Carnage, which takes place this weekend.
This ain't Sesame Street...
The undead have returned to the Alley Theater for the second annual InHuman: A Festival of New American Undead Theater.