INDIANAPOLIS — Candlelight Theatre presents a trilogy of vintage one-act murder-mystery plays weekends through April 30 at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, 1230 N. Delaware St.
“The Cameo Murders” and “The Proposition” were written by Indianapolis playwright Jim Trofatter and “Picture Imperfect” was written by Michael Yashinsky.
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. Each of the three plays take place in a different room of the Benjamin Harrison Home.
Visit presidentbenjamin harrison.org for more information and to order tickets.
Indiana Repertory Theatre
INDIANAPOLIS — IRT presents “Bridge and Tunnel,” a one-woman show where an open-mic poetry night becomes a celebration of American diversity.
One woman shares life stories of more than a dozen characters of both sexes, many races and all ages. Playing through May 1 at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, 140 W. Washington St.
Visit irtlive.com for performance times and ticket information.
Beef & Boards
INDIANAPOLIS — Beef & Boards presents “Guys and Dolls” on stage through May 15 at 9301 Michigan Road.
Luck be a lady tonight as Nathan Detroit and Sky Masterson attempt to set up a big-time craps game while trying to dodge the authorities.
Plans go awry when romance is in the cards. Visit beefand boards.com for show times and ticket prices.
For reservations, call the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre Box Office at 317-872-9664.
NOBLESVILLE — Weekends through April 24, The Belfry presents “Cheaper by the Dozen,” the story of a large unusual family headed by a father who is one of the pioneers in the efficiency industry in the 1920s.
His unorthodox methods for raising his children and at the same time using them as test subjects for his research in efficiency create many funny and touching moments as his offspring try to lead normal high school lives.
The Belfry is located at 10590 Greenfield Ave. Visit thebelfrytheatre.com for ticket prices and show times.
LAWRENCE — Vanya and Sonia have lived in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, their entire lives while sister Masha has toured the world as a successful actress.
She surprises her sisters with a visit that includes her boyfriend, Spike.
Suddenly, a normally quiet household is in an uproar in a mix of lust, rivalry, regret and the possibility of escape in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” showing weekend through Sunday at the Theater at the Fort, 8920 Otis Ave.
Visit spotlight-players.org for show times and ticket prices.