Lifeline Theater Mainstage presents a staging of Alexandre Dumas's classic story adventure and love. $40
A musical comedy about role-playing board games. $20
A soldier returns to his Midwest town after being injured in the Vietnam War and tries to make his old life-"football, cars, and Sunday dinners"-make sense again. $15-$32
New parents Nick and Colby have a daughter, Cassie, who is "not at all who they believed she would be." Colby sees the baby as a mistake, a "smudge," and tension ensues that threatens to break Nick and Colby apart. $15-25
This exhibition features original drawings by cartoonist Daniel Clowes.
The characters in this production of Richard III are a motorcycle gang, and London's Bar in 1970s Pittsburgh is their castle. The post-show concert on Fridays is $5 or free with a Richard III ticket. $15-20
The director of Closing Time describes it as a "noir crrime drama... whose characters are typically greedy, selfish, and amoral." The Imminent Future follows two friends traveling through post-apocalyptic America. $8-12
This exhibit focuses on various aspects of domestic life.
Tennessee Williams' classic features a man "obsessed with regrets from his past." $32-37
Three productions presented in rotating repertory, in collaboration with Northwestern University's MFA programs. $20
Three generations of women struggle to save each other from abuse. Suggested donation of $32
Two ambitious blues musicians in 1930s Memphis struggle to love each other in this "brutal look at black life." $30
Moliere's comedy of manners about a French aristocrats. $45-$65
As former pageant winner Meredith grows up, she must cope with alcoholism and a far-from-perfect family. Meanwhile, her best friend and arch-nemesis are facing their own adult struggles. $30
Seven short plays focusing on "deception, disconnection, and dissatisfaction" will each take place in the same setting: the front seat of a car. $10-15