This weekend is your last chance to catch the British farce “Run for Your Wife” as karma stirs the pot for a bigamous husband.

Looking ahead, it’s not too early to get tickets for School House Rock, Jr. by the Bay Street Players next week.

The Victorian dance troupe, Phantasmagoria, brings its unique style of theatrics to the stage for some seasonal scariness in Eustis Oct. 19 and 20 for “Homecoming.”

In Clermont Oct. 20, “Journey to Oz” is an audience interactive performance that will get everyone out of their seats, and some on stage.

“Run for Your Wife”

The IceHouse production of the farce “Run for Your Wife” continues until Sunday at the Sonnentag IceHouse Theatre in Mount Dora The play centers around a bigamist taxi driver whose carefully scheduled life falls apart when he has a traffic incident. He juggles his work shifts to alternate between his homes and marriages.

One evening, a minor incident causes him to be taken to the hospital, where confusion over his identity and his street address causes his finely balanced lie to begin to unravel in hilarious fashion.

Details: icehousetheatre.com.

Upcoming

“School House Rock, Jr.”

The Bay Street Players Young People’s Theatre presents “School House Rock, Jr.” Oct. 11 to 14. In the musical, Tom, a young school teacher nervous about his first day, relaxes by watching television when various facets of his personality emerge to show him show to win over his students. Tickets: $12 adults, $6 children. Details: baystreetplayers.org.

Phantasmagoria

The Victorian stage troupe, Phantasmagoira, presents “Homecoming” Oct. 19 and 20 to celebrate the witching season at the Historic State Theatre in Eustis. The Performers Phantastical dance includes explosive stage combat, large scale puppetry and haunting storytelling combining to create a tapestry of macabre and whimsical horror. Journey through tales from literature, mythology and folklore from Edgar Allan Poe to Mexican Folklore, and from Victorian Horror Poetry to a thundering Vampire from Irish legend. Suggested for ages 18 and older. Tickets: $21 to $36. Details: baystreetplayers.org

Journey to Oz

The Clermont Performing Arts Center presents “Journey to Oz” for two shows Oct. 20. In this new adaptation, the audience is invited to go to Oz with Dorothy and become part of an experiential production, singing and dancing, and acting alongside professional actors. When the cyclone comes, the entire theater enters the eye of the storm with whisking lights and exciting music created by composer, Josh Totora.

Students play 16 individual roles during the play, in addition to a few who are picked to dance in the Emerald City. The entire audience will sing, create sound effects, participate in call and response, and play Munchkins, Winkies, Crows, and Flying Monkeys.

Details: clermontperformingarts.com.