For drama, Broken Gears Project Theatre has an intriguing regional premiere in The Magdalen Whitewash, a play by Valerie Goodwin based on true stories of young Irish girls forced to live in unspeakably harsh conditions among sadistic nuns until the 1990s. Their crime? Getting pregnant as teens. This regional premiere will transfer after the festival to BGPT's home space in Oak Lawn. (See it at Loop at 7:30 p.m. March 3, 2 p.m. March 6 and 5 p.m. March 13.)

Taking Chances—A Cabaret with Marjorie Hayes offers an eclectic mix of story songs by James Taylor, Elton John and Leonard Cohen. Hayes, a UNT prof, drew rave reviews for her singing in this same revue at LA's Gardenia Supper Club and Manhattan's Duplex Cabaret Theatre. Musical accompaniment is by two of this area's best: Hans Grim on keyboards and Peggy Honea on acoustic bass. (See it at 7:30 p.m. March 3, 8 p.m. March 5 and 2 p.m. March 6.)

You're in for a world of laughs at Circle Theatre's Boeing-Boeing, starring Ashley Wood and Andy Baldwin.
Glen E. Ellman
You're in for a world of laughs at Circle Theatre's Boeing-Boeing, starring Ashley Wood and Andy Baldwin.

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Boeing-Boeing continues through April 2 at Circle Theatre, Fort Worth. Call 817-877-3040.
Out of the Loop Fringe Festival continues through March 13 at WaterTower Theatre, Addison. Call 972-450-6232.

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Dallas Cabaret Artists present That's Life (7:30 p.m. March 13), starring Gary Floyd, Denise Lee and Erica and Shane Peterman, with Buddy Shanahan on piano. The ups, downs, firsts and lasts of life are depicted in songs performed by several of the area's top cabaret/club favorites.

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