Written by B.T. McNicholl, Michael Small, and Paul McKibbins, here is a lighthearted tribute to silent movies and Clara Bow, reinventing her 1927 Paramount Picture film It. Betty is a sassy department store sales clerk who wins an advertising contest held to find the girl with the elusive, thrilling quality known as “It.” Among those, she enchants with sexy charm is the heir to the retail empire that employs her. It plays May 29-June 23 at Meadow Brook Theatre, Michigan’s largest producing theater located on the campus of Oakland University. For tickets, call 248-377-3300 or visit Ticketmaster.com.