Performance and classical music listings
Professional/semi-professionalAny Given Monday When a man's family life starts falling apart, his best friend takes it upon himself to intervene. Closes 9/22. Delaware Theatre Company, 200 Water St., Wilmington; Box Office: 302-594-1100. $35-$49.
August: Osage County Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. Closes 10/12. Ritz Theatre Company, 915 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn; 856-858-5230. www.swinepalace.org. $20-$33.50.
Bye Bye Liver: The Philadelphia Drinking Play Interactive sketch comedy about drinking, pub games & drink specials. Every Sat. 9 pm. Urban Saloon, 2120 Fairmount Ave. www.byebyeliver.com/philly. $15.
Cape May Stage - Danger: Stay Away! Stage readings. Closes 11/20. Robert Shackleton Playhouse, Bank & Lafayette Sts., Cape May; 609-884-1341. www.capemaystage.com/second-stage-series-events.html. Pay what you can.
Chlamydia dell'Arte: MORE Sex-Ed Burlesque Gigi Naglak & Meghann Williams perform a sex-ed class through striptease, comedy, songs, & dance. Closes 9/19. The Dive, 947 E. Passyunk Ave. www.livearts-fringe.org. $15.
Corpse! Comedy mystery thriller. Closes 10/6. Hedgerow Theatre, 64 Rose Valley Rd., Media; 610-565-4211. $32; $29 seniors; $10 students.
Curio Theatre: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow New adaptation of the Washington Irving story. Closes 9/8. Clark Park, Baltimore Ave. & 43d St. www.curiotheatre.org. Free.
EgoPo Classic Theater: Ibsen Festival - A Doll's House 1-person adaptation of the Henrik Ibsen play. Closes 9/22. Adrienne Theatre, 2030 Sansom St.; 267-273-1414. www.egopo.org. $25-$38.
Fringe Festival: AJAX, the madness Greek performance company Attis Theatre presents the U.S. premiere of this contemporary drama based on Sophocles' tragedy. Closes 9/7. Wilma Theater, 265 S. Broad St.; 215-546-7824. www.FringeArts.com. $35; $20 students & wheelchair-bound.
Fringe Festival: Hush Now Sweet High Heels & Oak New dance theatre piece by Brian Sanders. Closes 9/15. 23d Street Armory, 22 S. 23d St. www.FringeArts.com. $35; $20 students.
Green Eyes in New Orleans: An Afternoon with Tennessee Williams Fund-raiser premiere of Williams' 'Green Eyes,' with live music. Closes 9/8. Waterfront South Theatre, 400 Jasper St., Camden; 866-811-4111. southcamdentheatre.org/green-eyes-in-new-orleans-an-afternoon-with-tennessee-williams.html. $100; $150 per couple.
Gypsy Hit musical. Closes 9/15. Washington Crossing State Park - Open Air Theatre, 355 Washington Crossing-Pennington Rd., Titusville, NJ; 267-885-9857. $15; $10 under 12.
In the Heights Contemporary urban musical about life in a vibrant & diverse New York neighborhood. Closes 10/20. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St.; 215-574-3550. $10-$95.
Jonatha Brooke: My Mother Has Four Noses New musical play based on Brooke's songs, her late mother's poems & their shared experiences. Closes 9/11. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. $20.50-$23.
Miles & Ellie High school sweethearts meet again after 2 decades apart. Closes 9/29. Montgomery Theater, 124 N. Main St., Souderton; 215-723-9984. $23.
Proof Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a brilliant mathematician's troubled daughter. Closes 10/6. Princeton University - McCarter Theatre, 91 University Pl., Princeton; 609-258-2787.
The Safe Word Is Begonia: A 1950s Spanking Story World Premiere. Presented as part of 2013 Philly Fringe Festival. Closes 9/21. Walking Fish Theatre, 2509 Frankford Ave.; 215-427-9255. $15.
The Sea Plays: Bound East for Cardiff and In the Zone Presenting two early works by Eugene O'Neill. Closes 9/23. Penn's Landing, Spring Garden St. & N. Columbus Blvd.; 215-413-1318. www.livearts-fringe.org. $20.
Tony Braithwaite: Didn't Your Father Have This Talk With You? A mix of storytelling, comedy & improvisation based on Braithwaite's time as a high school teacher. Closes 10/6. Act II Playhouse, 56 E. Butler Ave., Ambler; Box Office: 215-654-0200. $23-$34.
Family theaterPHIT Kids Presents StoryUP! Philly improvisers create a funny & magical hour of adventure based on ideas & stories from kids in the audience. Adrienne Theatre, 2030 Sansom St. $8 advance; $10 day of show. 9/8. 10 am.
Community theaterAssassins Part vaudeville extravaganza, part exposé and wholly electrifying, this most American of musicals (winner of five Tony Awards) lays bare the lives of nine individuals who assassinated or tried to assassinate the president of the United States, in a one-act historical "revusical" that explores the dark side of the American experience. From John Wilkes Booth to Lee Harvey Oswald, Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bend the rules of time and space, taking us on a nightmarish rollercoaster ride in which assassins and would-be assassins from different historical periods meet. The Grand Theatre, 405 S. Main St., Williamstown; 856-728-2120. $22-$25.
Rabbit Hole Pulitzer-winning play about a family struggling with the loss of a child. Closes 9/14. Footlighters Theater, 58 Main Ave., Berwyn; Box Office: 610-296-9245. $16; $8 children under 18.
Dinner theaterLet's Host a Murder A murder-themed party gets out of hand, turning all the guests into suspects. Ongoing. Bistro Romano, 120 Lombard St.; Mystery Dinner Theatre Box Office: 215-238-1313. $45.95.
Orchestral/Chamber MusicRittenhouse String Quartet Philadelphia-based ensemble that performs regularly throughout the region. John F. Collins Park, 1707 Chestnut St. www.rsq.com. Free. 9/12.
Opera/ChoralSinging Circle for People Impacted by Cancer Join other singers led by composer, performer & educator Julia Haines. No talent is necessary - just a willingness to have fun. Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia (formerly the Wellness Community of Philadelphia), 4100 Chamounix Dr.; 215-879-7733. Free. 9/10.
DanceBelly Dancing Students can study with bellydancers in Najia's studio as well as perform in shows. Sangha Space, 116 W Baltimore Ave., Media. $100. 9/9.
Ceili Dance Weekly sessions organized by John Shields & Cass Tinney. The Commodore Barry Club (The Irish Center), 6815 Emlen St.; 215-843-8051. 9/11.
Celebrating Dance: Dancefusion and 360 Dance Company at FringeArts Historic modern-dance pieces with new contemporary works. Drexel University - Mandell Theater, 33d St.; Box Office: 215-895-2787. $20; $15 students. 9/6-7.
Kill Me Now: The Ultimate Dance Competition Show Live dance game show. The Latvian Society of Philadelphia (Philadelphia Society of Free Letts), 531 N. 7th St.; 215-965-4099. $15. 9/6-12.
NIA: The Joy of Movement for People Impacted by Cancer Dance, martial arts & healing arts combine in NIA. Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia (formerly the Wellness Community of Philadelphia), 4100 Chamounix Dr.; Reservations required: 215-879-7733. Free. 9/10.
Roger Lee Dance: The Fall New contemporary jazz pieces. The Performance Garage, 1515 Brandywine St. www.rogerleedance.com. $18 advance; $20 day of show. 9/6-8.
Other performancesCirque Dreams Two-act extravaganza, filled with circus acrobatics & pyrotechnic wizardry. Revel, 500 Boardwalk, Atlantic City. www.cirqueproductions.com/cirquedreams.htm. $25.
Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School Philadelphia Drawing session turned cabaret event. Emcees, colorful costumes, contests & more. Delaware Art Museum, 2301 Kentmere Pkwy., Wilmington. www.drsketchyphilly.blogspot.com. $5. 9/6. 8-11 pm.
Eddie Bruce Cabaret musician with over 25 years experience. SugarHouse Casino, 1001 N. Delaware Ave. Free.
Fringe Festival: Feastival Benefit event featuring food from top regional chefs, live & silent auctions, & performances by Festival participants. Pier 9, 121 N. Columbus Blvd. www.phillyfeastival.com. $250-$350. 9/12. 6 pm.
Fringe Festival: Festival Bar Open each night of the festival, featuring Late Nite Cabaret. Underground Arts at the Wolf Building, 1200 Callowhill St. www.FringeArts.com. Free.