Here’s a taste of what’s coming up in Central Indiana in the next few weeks. (Or stuff you missed if you are looking at this late.))

“A Doll’s House, Part 2”

One of the country’s leading young playwrights, Lucas Hnath, scored his Broadway debut with this follow-up to Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House.” Don’t walk away you didn’t see–or don’t remember much about–the original.This local premiere should have you covered. March 12-April 7 at Indiana Repertory Theatre

“Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill”

Fonseca Theatre moves to a neighborhood bar to add atmosphere to this bio-musical about Billy Holiday. March 13 through April 7 at The Linebacker

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

One of the world’s leading contemporary dance troupes pays a visit to IU.  March 19 at IU Auditorium

“Galaxy Quest” galaxy

The cast of a science fiction TV series finds themselves in the midst of an outer space adventure in this cult favorite film. March 22-23 at the Artcraft Theatre

Graham Nash

The folk rock singer/songwriter has been a third of Crosby Stills Nash and a quarter of Crosby Stills Nash and Young while also carving out his own solo career including “Songs for Beginners.” March 22 at the Palladium

“Camelot”

Indianapolis Opera continues its push into the world of musical theater with a full production of the Lerner and Loewe tuner that includes such songs as “I Wonder What the King is Doing Tonight” and “If Ever I Would Leave You.” March 22-25 at the Schrott Center

“The Christians”

Yes, this is the second time you are reading about the same show here. Lucas Hnath’s outstanding play about shifting faith gets another professional production, this time from the Phoenix Theare, which bumped it from its schedule a few seasons ago. March 29-April 14 at the Phoenix Theatre

“The Jedi Handbook”

Stephen Massicotte’s new play considers the impact of the Star Wars films on an impressionable young boy. March 29-April 13 at Bloomington Playwrights Project

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