Little Colonel Playhouse presents five classic and soon-to-be-classic shows during the 2014-15 theater season.
Fathers seemingly know best in The Fantasticks, which opens tonight at The Drama Studio.
A student's work about her teacher's affair sparks moral issues in Collected Stories, which The Bard's Town will open this weekend.
Final boarding for Boeing Boeing this weekend at Alley Theater.
Western culture holds court at Hayswood Theatre in "The King and I," which opens tomorrow.
Paranoia, bugs, and a seedy motel room form the setting for Bug, which premieres at The Bard's Town tonight.
The magical nanny Mary Poppins comes into the lives of the Banks family at Derby Dinner Playhouse starting tonight.
The heroic and corrupted aspects of a king are exposed in "Henry V," which Kentucky Shakespeare will present starting this weekend.
Secrets and stereotypes are exposed in the comedy Drinking Perfume, which opens at The Bard's Town tomorrow.
Stephen Sondheim's musical given a different take when Pandora Productions presents Marry Me a Little starting Thursday.
Cooking shows host bicker themselves to great ratings in Kitchen Witches, which Little Colonel Playhouse will present starting Thursday.
A tortured school girl may give the school and her mother more than they thought possible in "Carrie, the Musical," which Wayward Actors Theatre Company will present starting tonight.