Hanover College presents the dark comedy Catholic Girl Gun Club this weekend.
Frankenstein comes to life for The Drama Studio beginning Thursday.
Turn-of-the-century New York turns up at Centerstage in Ragtime, which opens Thursday.
Alley Theater presents Electile Dysfunction beginning Friday.
Frazier History Museum rings in Halloween with An Evening With Poe, opening on Wednesday.
Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company presents the Shakespearean treagedy MacBeth beginning Thursday.
Derby Dinner Playhouse takes to imagination with Captain Louie, opening this Saturday.
Love and family in the golden years are explored in The Last Romance, which opens at Little Colonel Playhouse tonight.
The proof is literally in the numbers as Shelby County Community Theatre explores Proof this weekend as part of the Upstairs at 801 series.
In 1851, renowned singer Jenny Lind made her way to Madison, IN, alongside P.T. Barnum and a host of other characters. This Friday, she will make her return, at least to Hanover, in When Jenny Lind Came to Town.
Bunbury Theatre gets into gear with its next production Driving Miss Daisy, set to open starting Friday.
Walden Theatre brings the Greek tragedy Oresteia to the stage beginning on Thursday.