A holiday calamity between generosity and greed that starts with a tuxedo in Forgive Me, It's Christmas, presented by Bunbury Theatre.
Ralphie, his quest for a Red Ryder BB Gun, and a holiday classic go to Shelby County Community Theatre's stage starting Friday.
A holiday party quickly turns into a Whodunnit murder mystery in The Twelve Murders of Christmas, opening Saturday night.
A Christmas classic comes to Derby Dinner starting this weekend.
Stories, drama, and the unpredictable will take place during the Slant Culture Theatre Festival, which is now taking place.
A political satire featuring corruption and a game of wits in Accidental Death of an Anarchist, which Alley Theater will present starting this weekend.
A crazy family may not be as crazy as they seem in You Can't Take it With You, which Clarksville Little Theatre will present beginning this weekend.
A man from the early 1990s wakes up 20 years later in a world full of e-mails, Internet, and smartphones in Just Like Life, which The Bard's Town will present beginning Thursday.
The realities of war affect women close to the scene as well as abroad in Necessary Targets, which Shelby County Community Theatre will present starting Friday.
Dr. Angus MacCrimmon faces one of his most puzzling cases in Murder by Midnight: The Case of the Missing Identity, which Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theatre will open Saturday night.
Greedy kids create a plan to have their mother committed when the mother won't give them money in Spreading It Around, which opens this weekend at Bunbury Theatre.
Truvy's beauty salon is the center of conversation, getting hair done, and coping with a personal tragedy in Steel Magnolias, which opens at Hayswood Theatre tomorrow.