Gypsy Stage Repertory presents Neil Simon's comedy about two friends sharing an apartment whose ideas of housekeeping and lifestyles are as different as night and day.
$10 at the door.
Price: $8-$25 (varies by show).
This comedy tells the story of a womanizing tenor who is scheduled to star in Otello, but things unravel before he even has the chance to leave his hotel room. A buffet dinner is included in the ticket price. Through March 9.
From being a regular on Fox's Mad TV, starring in feature films, appearing on a number of national talk shows, and continually touring the country with his stand-up, Aries's name is now recognized throughout the entertainment industry.
Less than two years after getting started, Collin won his first comedy competition (the 2001 Rocky Mountain Laff-Off), and soon after was featured on Comedy Central's Best of the Improv.
1935 classic American comedy film starring the Marx Brothers includes adaptations of some authentic opera scenes, especially from Il Trovatore, with a duet sung by classically trained singers Kitty Carlisle and Allan Jones.
This world premiere comedy asks serious questions through hilarity and mayhem about the lengths Americans will go the achieve the slightest modicum of fame. Through March 30.
Price: $20-$44; package deals available.
The Venue Theater presents Wally's Cafe a funny, wacky and disarming comedy by Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick that follows the characters from the 1940s to the 1980s. Performances run March 14 through 30. Proceeds benefit The Actor's Fund.