With the fall season upon us and the theater season in full swing, there is plenty to get out and see — everything from classics to musicals to a little something spooky.

Here are this week's openings:

"I Do! I Do!," Thursday through Oct. 25, Cabaret Theater at the Coyote Gulch Art Village in Kayenta, Ivins.

The two-person play follows a couple from their wedding day through their marriage, ending when they are 82. Starring Jan Broberg and Rick Bugg.

Mondays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m., $22-$26 (435-674-2306)

"Jekyll and Hyde," Friday through Oct. 30, Rodgers Memorial Theatre, 292 E. Pages Lane, Centerville.

The classic tale of good vs. evil is set to the music of Frank Wildhorn. It stars Andrew Noyes and Danny Lasko as Jekyll/Hyde; Ashley Gardner Carlson and Adrien Swenson as Emma; and Holly Jo Samuelson and Taylor Allred as Lucy.

Mondays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m., $9-$16 (801-298-1302 or www.rodgersmemorial.com)

"Legend of Sleepy Hollow Concert," Friday through Oct. 13, American Fork Amphitheater at Quail Cove.

A family-friendly Halloween tradition, the evening begins with a Harvest Festival offering games, activities and a hayride, followed by a narrative presentation of "Sleepy Hollow" and an appearance by the Headless Horseman.

Shows are Friday night, Oct. 6, through 11 and 13; www.sleepyhollowshow.com.

"A Lullaby for Ryan," today only, South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society, 6876 S. Highland Drive.

Solo theater artist Jade Esteban Estrada chronicles the last quarter century of the AIDS epidemic in the United States with stories of courage, strength and human triumph. Estrada has been called "one of the finest solo theater artists of the 21st century."

Today only, 2 p.m., $20 (801-484-2205 or www.pwacu.org)

"Medea," Monday, Harris Fine Arts Center, BYU, Provo.

BYU hosts the University of Utah's production of the classic greek tale. A free lecture at 4 p.m. will precede the production. This is the story of Medea and her revenge against her husband. The production features the students of the U.'s Actor Training Program.

One night only, 5 p.m., $7-$10 (801-422-4233 or www.byuarts.com)

"Urinetown," Friday through Oct. 11, Val A. Browning Center, Weber State, Ogden.

Don't let the title scare you away. This is an award-winning musical that pokes fun at just about everything. Imagine a world where there is such a shortage of water that private toilets are a thing of the past — and you must pay to use the restroom. Directed by Jim Christian, the show is fun for the whole family.

Tuesdays-Saturdays, at 7:30 p.m., with 2 p.m. Saturday matinees are also available, $5.50-$8.50 (800-978-8457).