Circle Theatre continues its Full Circle Series of benefit concerts where all the proceeds go to worthy causes. It's a Privilege to Pee: Owning Your Identity and Other Basic Human Rights is a cabaret concert response to the anti-LGBTQ legislation passed in North Carolina earlier this year, and the starry local talent lineup includes Honey West, Lili-Anne Brown, Dixie Lynn Cartwright, Sydney Charles, Erin Daily and many more. Benefiting from the show is Chicago House
It's a Privilege to Pee: Owning Your Identity and Other Basic Human Rights plays at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 11, at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave. For more information, visit CircleTheatreChicago.org .
Caption: Honey West. Photo by Kandy John
Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf, Writers Theatre, Glencoe, extended through Aug. 14. Tim Ryder and Tim Sniffen's comic mashup of great American theater dramas by the likes of Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, Edward Albee and Thornton Wilder is a laugh riotparticularly for seasoned theatergoers. SCM
Deathtrap, Drury Lane Theatre, through Aug. 14. Ira Levin's classic 1978 Broadway thriller is given the luxury treatment in director William Osetek's top-notch revival that can still make audiences gasp out of shock. SCM
The House That Will Not Stand, Victory Gardens Theater, through July 10. The social-climbing and hilariously shade-tossing French Creole women of New Orleans face threats to their identities and livelihoods with the approach of the Americans in the decade after The Louisiana Purchase. SCM
The SpongeBob Musical, Oriental Theatre, through July 10. Time is running out to catch director Tina Landau's visually stunning stage adaptation of the beloved Nickelodeon animated TV series. SCM
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