Exploring the thin line between fantasy and reality and the hand-in-glove relationship between murder and madness, Veronica's Room is more of a "who is she?" than a "whodunit." The play, written by Ira Levin, best known for authoring Rosemary's Baby, is about an elderly couple who spot the doppelgänger of a deceased young girl (Veronica) they once knew. Directed for Playmakers Theatre by Melanie Hayno, the drama runs November 1–17 at 19106 Playmakers Road (excepting November 3). Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm; Sundays at 2 pm. Adults, $15; students, $10. Reserve ticks at playmakersinc.com or (985) 893-1671.