Buck Creek Players
INDIANAPOLIS — Tap-dancing flappers and gangsters from the Roaring ’20s take the stage at the Buck Creek Playhouse, 11150 Southeastern Ave., in “Bugsy Malone Jr.,” based on the 1976 film starring Scott Baio and Jodie Foster. Two gangs comprised completely of children square off in a 1920s rivalry. Dandy Dan’s gang has the upper hand with the “splurge” gun that shoots whipped cream. Fat Sam and his gang are in real trouble! Bugsy Malone, a one-time boxer, is Fat Sam’s last chance. Performances are weekends through Sunday. Tickets are $18, with $3 from every ticket going to the Blaine Jarrett Memorial Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit buckcreeplayers.com or call 317-862-2270.
Beef & Boards
INDIANAPOLIS — Beef & Boards presents “The Church Basement Ladies,” the first in the series of shows about a group of Lutheran women who will do anything they can to keep things running smoothly in the house of God.
As a group, they tackle a record-breaking Christmas dinner, the funeral of a dear friend, a Hawaiian Easter fundraiser and a hot July wedding. “The Church Basement Ladies” is on stage through Aug. 21 at 9301 Michigan Road. Visit beefandboards.com for show times and ticket prices. For reservations, call the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre Box Office at 317-872-9664.