• YOUR LITHOPEDION: 8 p.m., Thursdays to Sundays through Feb. 1, Old Marquer Theatre, 2400 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans. Dark comedy about a serial killer’s attempts to reform and become the founder of Serial Killers Anonymous, wreaking havoc on his marriage. From Lux et Umbra company, written by UNO professor and playwright Justin Maxwell. $15. www.oldmarquer.com.

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR: 7:30 P.M., THROUGH SUNDAY, ALSO JAN. 29-30; 3 P.M. SUNDAY, LE PETIT THEATRE DU VIEUX CARRE, 616 ST. PETER ST., NEW ORLEANS. ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER’S LEGENDARY ROCK-OPERA ABOUT THE FINAL DAYS OF JESUS’ MINISTRY, CRUCIFIXION AND DEATH. $15 AND UP. (504) 522-2081. WWW.LEPETITTHEATRE.COM.

9TH WARD IMPROV OPERA: 7 P.M. FRIDAY, ST. MAURICE CHURCH, 605 ST. MAURICE AVE., NEW ORLEANS. ARTISTIC GATHERING TO SHARE MEMORIES, IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE. FEATURING ARTIST CHUCK PERKINS, KIDD JORDAN, DAVID TORKANOWSKY, MONIQUE MOSS AND MORE. (504) 218-4807. WWW.CANO-LA.ORG.

WHERE THE WILD THINGS WENT: 10 P.M., SATURDAY, ALLWAYS LOUNGE AND THEATRE, 2240 ST. CLAUDE AVE., NEW ORLEANS. FREAKSHEAUX TO GEAUX TEAMS WITH THE FORD THEATRE REUNION FROM LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FOR A REVAMPED STAGING OF THEIR MOST POPULAR SHOW THAT COMBINES THE WHIMSY OF THE BELOVED CHILDREN’S BOOK WITH THE DARK CIRCUS STYLINGS OF FREAKSHEAUX’S PERFORMERS AND THE RAUCOUS “CARNY PUNK” SOUNDS OF THE REUNION. $15 AND UP. (504) 322-8862. WWW.FREAKSHEAUX2GEAUX.COM.

REAL|UNREAL: 7:30 P.M., THROUGH SUNDAY, PLAYHOUSE NOLA, 3214 BURGUNDY ST., NEW ORLEANS. A SET OF FOUR ONE-ACT PLAYS ABOUT NATURE AND REALITY BY BREANNA BIETZ, ROS PETER NELSON AND BRIAN SANDS. $12. WWW.SOUTHOFUQBAR.NET.

THE FOUR SEASONS: 8 P.M. FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY, MARIGNY OPERA HOUSE, 725 ST. FERNDINAND ST., NEW ORLEANS. MARIGNY OPERA HOUSE DANCE COMPANY PRESENTS WORLD DEBUT OF FULL-LENGTH BALLET IN FOUR MOVEMENTS WITH BAROQUE INSTRUMENTAL ACCOMPANIMENT TO VIVALDI’S CLASSIC. $20, STUDENTS; $30. (504) 948-9998. WWW.MARIGNYOPERAHOUSE.ORG.

WILL ROGERS FOLLIES: 8 P.M. FRIDAYS TO SUNDAYS THROUGH JAN. 31, AND THURSDAY, JAN. 29; 2 P.M. SUNDAYS, RIVERTOWN THEATER, 325 MINOR ST., KENNER. A LOOK AT THE LIFE AND CAREER OF ROGERS THROUGH A ZIEGFIELD FOLLIES-TYPE VEHICLE FOR PRODUCTION. $37 ADULTS; $35 SENIORS; $32 STUDENTS AND ACTIVE MILITARY. (504) 461-9475 OR (504) 468-7221. WWW.RIVERTOWNTHEATERS.COM.

DANCING WITH THE STARS — LIVE!: 8 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SAENGER THEATRE, 1111 CANAL ST., NEW ORLEANS. MIRRORBALL CHAMPION ALFONSO RIBEIRO JOINS KYM JOHNSON, SASHA FARBER, MARK BALLAS, WITNEY CARSON, EMMA SLATER AND VALENTIN CHMERKOVSKIY FROM THE HIT TV SHOW.

THE VICTORY BELLES PRESENT AMERICA’S WARTIME SWEETHEARTS: 11:45 A.M. WEDNESDAYS. THE STAGE DOOR CANTEEN AT THE NATIONAL WWII MUSEUM, 945 MAGAZINE ST., NEW ORLEANS. A TRIBUTE TO THE ANDREWS SISTERS. $40. (504) 528-1943. WWW.STAGEDOORCANTEEN.ORG.

CHEZ SHEA CABARET: 8 P.M., FRIDAY AND SATURDAY; 6 P.M., JAN. 25, MID-CITY THEATRE, 3540 TOULOUSE ST., NEW ORLEANS. LEGENDARY LOCAL THESPIAN JANET SHEA TAKES TO THE STAGE TO TELL HER STORY THROUGH SONG, ACCOMPANIED BY JEFFERSON TURNER. $20. (504) 488-1460. WWW.MIDCITYTHEATRE.COM.

CAMILLE: 8 P.M. THURSDAYS THROUGH SATURDAYS, JAN. 29 TO MARCH 1; 6 P.M. SUNDAYS, MID-CITY THEATRE, 3540 TOULOUSE ST., NEW ORLEANS. A COMEDY SEND-UP OF DUMAS’ DYING HEROINE COMES TO LIFE AT THE HANDS OF JEFFERY ROBERSON DIRECTING AND RICKY GRAHAM, A.J. ALLEGRA, SAM DUDLEY, SEAN PATTERSON, KYLE DAIGREPONT AND MORE BRINGING TO LIFE THIS UNIQUE PRODUCTION. $25 AND UP. (504) 488-1460. WWW.MIDCITYTHEATRE.COM.

NEUTRAL GROUND POETRY FORUM: 6:30 P.M. TO 8:30 P.M., WEDNESDAYS. NEUTRAL GROUND COFFEE HOUSE, 5110 DANNEEL ST., NEW ORLEANS. A WEEKLY WRITING WORKSHOP THAT AFFORDS POETS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE WORK WITH OTHER WRITERS. BRING FIVE COPIES. (504) 891-3381.

AUDITIONS

  • SUMMER LYRIC THEATRE: Dance 9 a.m., vocals 12:30 p.m. Feb. 21, Dixon Annex Recital Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. “Damn Yankees!,” “Once Upon A Mattress” and “Hello, Dolly!” are the productions. Rehearsals begin in May, shows run June through August. Actors/singers should schedule audition time. (504) 865-5271. www.summerlyric.com