The event will take place in the school auditorium, and is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
The fundraising event is sponsored and hosted by the Friends of Ernie Pyle, owner and operator of the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum in Dana, Pyle's hometown. Proceeds will go toward continued operation of the museum.
The two-hour, two-part program will feature Plummer opening the evening's entertainment with his one-man drama, "Live from the Front: Byline Ernie Pyle," in which he portrays Pyle.
Following Plummer will be the Crosley Radio Players, the Terre Haute-based trooped, which recreates the "Golden Age of Radio," with period-correct musical and theatrical presentations.
The group's emphasis will be on the 1940s.
Tickets are on sale for $10 at a number of Wabash Valley locations. Tickets will also be available on the night of the event. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The Ernie Pyle World War II Museum is the former Ernie Pyle State Historic Site. The state of Indiana turned over the property to the Friends organization in late 2011. The site contains the home in which Pyle was born in1900 and a museum dedicated to preserving his legacy as a war correspondent.
The museum will re-open in May on weekends for the tourist season. Dana is located on State Road 71, just north of United States 36 in Vermillion County.
"This is just another way the Friends of Ernie Pyle can help keep the Pyle legacy alive," Friends President Cynthia Myers said. "This entertaining program will help educate more people about Ernie's special place in World War II history, and at the same time raise funds for the museum."
South Vermillion High School, 770 W. Wildcat Dr., Clinton, is just west of State Road 63.