Celebrations and dance floors

Looking for some ways to spice up your winter free time? We’ve got you covered, just read on.

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It’s certainly been gloomy and gray enough lately to turn your mind to gothic fancies, and A Red Orchid Theatre (1531 N. Wells) feeds that inclination with the Chicago premiere of Jen Silverman’s The Moors. The company returns to live performance (fingers crossed for no Omicron shutdowns!) with Silverman’s dark comedy, which combines Brontë-esque spinsters who are living in the desolate English region of the title with elements from Henry James (an innocent governess), Sherlock Holmes (a mastiff), and Silverman’s own penchant for dissecting jealousy, class, and gender through an absurdist lens. Red Orchid artistic director Kirsten Fitzgerald directs a cast of ensemble regulars, including Karen Aldridge, Dado, Jennifer Engstrom, and Guy Van Swearingen, as well as Christina Gorman and Audrey Billings. Tonight’s show starts at 7:30 PM, and you can check out the theatre’s website for additional dates and showtimes through Sun 2/27. Tickets are $25-$40.

Neoperreo innovator Tomasa Del Real is performing tonight at Subterranean (2011 W. North). Warming up the dance floor for her are DJ Papa J and underground midwestern reggaeton collective Agua de Rosas. (Chicago-based member Karen Valencia (aka Karrennoid) describes her passion for reggaeton and what makes the local scene so special in this week’s issue.) Get ready to get sweaty at 9 PM. Tickets are $20 and this concert is limited to those 21 and over.

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