Opening Friday for a three-weekend run at Epilogue Players Theatre, 1849 N. Alabama St., “My Old Lady” tells the poignant story of friendship and romance.
When a down-on-his-luck middle-aged man inherits an apartment in Paris he plans to solve his financial woes by selling it. He arrives on the doorstep and discovers – to his dismay – that the elderly woman living there has lifetime habitation rights under an arcane French. Because the man has no other place to go, he is invited to stay in the spacious apartment with the old woman and her outspoken daughter.
Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $12 to $15 and can be reserved by calling 926-3139.
First Tarzan Movie Will Be Shown
Film historian and preservationist Eric Grayson will screen the first Tarzan film, “Tarzan of the Apes,” at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Garfield Park Arts Center, 2450 Shelby St.
Starring Rochester, Ind., native Elmo Lincoln, who was cast as Tarzan because of his great physique, the 1918 film will have a live score. Enid Markey plays Jane.
Admission $5; concessions $1. Info: 327-7135. Visit www.drfilm.net/blog for more information about Grayson’s work.
Celebration of Indiana’s Bicentennial
The Chordlighters Barbershop Chorus will host a celebration of Indiana’s bicentennial through song at 7 p.m. Saturday at Franklin High School, 2600 Cumberland Drive.
Tickets, $12 for students and those in parties of 10 or more, $15 for adults, are available at the door or from chorus members. Info: Gene Davis at 432-3947.