The historic theater celebrates its 90th anniversary with Friday performances by the Michigan-based vaudeville troupe The Lil’ Darlins. Prices will be adjusted to 1922 levels, meaning a quarter for the show and a nickel for popcorn. On Saturday, the prices are a bit higher for a benefit that includes hors d’oeuvres, drinks and a screening of the Harold Lloyd silent film “Grandma’s Boy” with the score performed by the 10-piece Franklin Chamber Players. 1920s attire is encouraged. Details here.