Ghosts, by Henrik Ibsen, a classic psychological mystery, runs through Nov. 16 at the Intiman Theatre in Seattle. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster at 292-ARTS and at the Intiman Box Office at 269-1900.
Center Stage will kick off its season with the award-winning play The Family Business, Oct. 24-Nov. 17 at the Stroum Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island. Call 706-4203.
Seattle Repertory Theatre is hosting REP WEEK, Oct. 19-25, to commemorate its commitment to providing professional theatre to the community over the past 34 years. Events include: a costume ball, live music performances, a homecoming dance, special guest appearances and speakers, sneak tours of the new theatre, and discounts on tickets to future performances. Call 443-2222.
Take A Bough Productions presents Little Shop of Horrors Oct. 24-Nov. 2 at the Masonic Temple in Monroe. Call 794-5451.
Redmond Children's Playhouse presents the Tears of Joy Theatre in their puppet performance of Baba Yaga Oct. 26 at 3 p.m. Call 556-2300.
The Mountaineer Players will present the comedy Mrs. California Oct. 25-Nov. 9 at the Nippon Kan Theatre in Seattle's International District. Call 935-1973.
Me and My Girl, starring former Seattle resident Randy Rogel, plays The 5th Avenue Theatre through Nov. 3. Call 292-ARTS.
ACT presents The Crimson Thread, a family drama by Mary Hanes, to inaugurate their Arena Stage through Nov. 3. Call 292-7676.
The pop musical City Kid is at the Village Theatre in Issaquah through Nov. 3. Call 392-1942.
The Tony Award-Winning musical comedy How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, starring Ralph Macchio, runs through Oct. 27 at the Paramount Theatre. Call 292-2787.
The Carter Family Marionettes will perform The Further Adventures of Pinocchio through Oct. 27 at the Northwest Puppet Center in Seattle. Call 523-2579.
Edge of the World Theatre presents the comedy Here Lies Jeremy Troy through Nov. 9 in Edmonds. Call 542-PLAY.
Seattle Children's Theatre presents Bunnicula through Dec. 29th. Call 443-0807.