To Kill A Mockingbird at Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre
Harper Lee’s 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel focuses on the serious issues of rape, loss of innocence, and racial inequality in the deep south, seen through the eyes of six-year-old Scout. Her father, Atticus Finch, displays courage and tolerance when he is appointed to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman. On stage through February 23, tickets are $43 and up.
Indy Winter Classic Dog Show at Indiana State Fairgrounds
Bow-wow-wow-yippie-yo-yippie-yeah, who will be king and queen of the canines? The perfect pooch may be a papillon, PBGV, pug, or puli, and you’ll see them all in the rings through Sunday. Sporting, hound, working, terrier, toy, nonsporting, and herding groups are judged by their breed standards, and dog lovers can shop dozens of vendor stands. Admission is $7.
Indiana Art Fair at the Indiana State Museum
The Hoosier state is not short on artistic talent, and you can see work by dozens of artists from various disciplines at this weekend’s event. Browse paintings, prints, fiber arts, glass, and wood crafts, then watch the makers demonstrate their talents and create a piece of your own. Admission to the art fair is included with admission to the museum of $11 and up.
Grease at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre
Danny and Sandy fall in love on summer nights, but are shocked to meet at the same school that fall. Despite Danny’s distance as he acts cool with his gang, the T-Birds, Sandy is hopelessly devoted. With help from the Pink Ladies, she gets Danny’s engine revving and becomes the one that he wants. Grease is the word through March 31 and tickets are $45-$70.