Mark Twain's farce Is He Dead, newly adapted by David Ives, is set in Paris, 1846. Millet, a young painter of genius, decides the only way to increase the value of his art is to fake his own death. But is fame and fortune really worth it if you're not around to enjoy all the fun?
The show runs nightly, Tuesday through Saturday.
For more information, visit www.pioneerplayhouse.com or call 859-236-2747.