An open-casket funeral and a couple trying to prove they're still living are the subjects of two plays, Till and How Long Have I Been Dead Anyway?, which will premiere through Juneteenth Leagacy Theatre on Thursday.
Derby Dinner prepares to go swimming in the form of The Dixie Swim Club, which will open tonight.
Enjoy a dinner and help children tonight at the Rudyard Kipling by seeing The Necessary Theatre production of The Tricky Part tonight.
Love and wealth is in the air in the As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company's production of Sabrina Fair, which will open on May 21.
Head to Cairo without packing the bags and try to figure out a murder mystery. Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater will present Murder in Cairo: The Wrath of Ra beginning on May 8.
The Youth Performing Arts School is set to present The Nerd, which will premiere May 7.
Walden Theatre will present three of Shakespeare's works during the Young American Shakespeare festival, which will begin on May 6.
Looking for Lilith is set to present, for one night, the voices of women during World War II in the production What My Hands Have Touched on May 8.
A reserved family in a house of the crazy Martin Vanderhof leads to the comedy You Can't Take It With You, which will be performed at Assumption High School this weekend and next.
Theatre productions will take place before and during Thunder today.
Get in on the action as the chicken freaks out.
Mixtape warfares, blindfolds, bachelor parties, and a problematic disco light are subjects of some plays to be presented during Finnigan's Festival of Funky Fresh Fun, which begins Thursday.