Nikola Tesla is maybe, finally getting his due. Now that his name has been slapped onto a revolutionary automobile, his signal has been boosted and his contributions seen as more than eccentric, speculative or philosophical. Ochre House Theater, 825 Exposition, continues its streak of experimental and energizing theater with a play about the most experimental and energizing subject of all in “Dreaming Electric”. The piece, written and directed by Kevin Grammer, harkens back to the Industrial Revolution and examines the trajectory of Tesla’s life, ambitions, and lonely demise. It’s a powerful examination of dreams, ambition, and the way society treats people whose ideas they just aren’t ready for. See it before it goes lights out at the final performance at 8:15 p.m. on Saturday, November 19. Tickets are $17 at the door or at ochrehousetheater.org.