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The Artistic Home presents Moira Buffini’s dark comedy “Dying for It.” Adapted from Nikolai Erdmann’s “The Suicide”, a satire banned by Stalin, it is Buffini’s take on the dark illusions of life after the revolution as a young unemployed man contemplates suicide as others seek to profit from his suicide. Let’s make a team.

Trina Kakasek’s comedy staged the world premiere

Monica Payne directs. March 18 through April 23 at The Dane Theatre, 1313 N. in Milwaukee. Tickets: $35. Visit thedentheatre.com.
The Promethean Theater stages the world premiere of “A Town Called Progress,” Trina Kakasek’s comedy that explores the concept of utopia as the mayor hopes to create a society run by women, but the citizens have other ideas. Anna C. Baho directs. March 16 through April 15 at The Dane Theatre, 1331 N. in Milwaukee. Tickets: $26. Visit thedentheatre.com.

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In Chicago Dramatists, 798 n. Aberdeen

International Voices Project, in association with Intercultural Music Production, presents Ahmed Massoud’s black comedy “The Shroud Maker” about a Palestinian woman living in the Gaza Strip who survives decades of war and persecution by making shrouds for the dead . Roxanne Assaf-Lynn stars in solo show; Marina Johnson directs. March 16 to April 8 at the Chicago Dramatists, 798 N. Aberdeen. Tickets: $20. Visit ivpchicago.org.

“Warmer” by Cameron Ann Saunders and Mike Tyus

The Joffrey Academy of Dance Presents Four World Premieres From Its Winning Works Choreography Competition: Natasha Adorly’s “Momoda (Kiss, Kiss),” Christopher D’Ariano’s “Overture No. 7: Inter Nos,” Cameron Ann Saunders’s ” Warmer” and Mike Tyce’s “Sweet Science.” All are performed by academy dancers. 7:30 p.m. March 16-17; 2, 7:30 p.m. March 18 and 2 p.m. March 19 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 200 AD. Chicago Avenue. Tickets: $30. Visit joffrey.org/winningworks.

Adam Burke, and Jenny Dougan in the lineup

Patrick’s Day at Shamrock Shenanigans, which features a roster of Chicago’s Irish stand-up comedians. The lineup includes Adam Burke, Jenny Dougan (March 17 only), Sean Flannery, Chelsea Hood (March 18 only), Joe Kilgallon and Kristen Toomey. 7:30 p.m. March 17 and 7:15, 9:30 p.m. March 18 at The Dane Theatre, 1313 N. Milwaukee. Tickets: $25. Visit thedentheatre.com.

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