Follow the sordid adventures of a depraved fact checker at a New York magazine as he plummets into the yuppie party scene. In classic Freefall style, the black box theater has been turned into a 1980s nightclub setting, with high-top table seating for the guests.
A blind date newbie and serial-dater's casual drink gets overwhelmed with supportive best friends, manipulative exes and protective parents singing and dancing them through ice-breakers, appetizers and potential conversation land mines. Through April 19.
Using sketches, musical improv and games, this show lampoons the happening and nightlife of Sarasota while humorously explaining what gives the city its character. Dinner and drinks available one hour prior to the show.
The Showcase Players with the Florida Academy of Performing Arts, more than 70 middle and high school students, present the musical about love, loss and redemption in early 19th century France.
Price: $10-$20, $30 Valentine's Day dinner special.
Jobsite Theater adapts Virginia Woolf's quasi-autobiographical gender-bending novel about sex, love and history. Orlando tells the story of an English nobleman who lives for hundreds of years before falling asleep and waking up as a woman. Through March 29.
Eight O'Clock Theatre presents the tale of everything going off the rails when the spooky family on hosts a dinner for Wednesday Addams' "normal" boyfriend and his parents.
Price: $25.50, $12.50 student (with ID).
Paul Wilborn and the Blue Roses follow Cole Porter and his friends to two parties, one in a Parisian villa and that other at a suite in New York's Waldorf.
Price: $15 advance, $18 at the door.
A woman returns home to Palm Springs after a six years to celebrate Christmas with her family, announcing she will publish a memoir dredging up a tragic event in the family's history. Through March 22.
Board the train and enjoy appetizers upon departure. In the show, an evil man with a private car is found dead next to an overturned cup of tea soon after a team of detectives arrive to investigate him. What was he carrying that got him killed and who killed him. The train stops for an Italian d …
A musical recounting of the second American Revolution that began with Simon and Garfunkel, The Lovin' Spoonfuls and Pete Seeger paving the way for Neil Diamond and Billy Joel. Through April 23.