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ALICE IN WONDERLAND, fantasy by Lewis Carroll, presented by Theatre in the Mist, directed by Corey Bieber, starring Elizabeth Teal, David Lewis, Maggie Ralph, Chris Teal. Feb 5-13, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2, plus Feb 13 at 2. Stella Niagara Education Park, 4421 Lower River Road, Lewiston (1-877-856-0694).

BAD JEWS, comedy by Joshua Harmon presented by Jewish Repertory Theatre, directed by Steve Vaughan, starring Arin Lee Dandes, Jamie Nablo, Adam Rath, Nick Stevens. Feb 4-28, Thu at 7:30, Sat at 4 & 8, Sun at 2. The Maxine and Robert Seller Theatre, 2640 North Forest Road, Getzville (688-4114 x391).

FETCH CLAY, MAKE MAN, play by Will Power directed by Laverne Clay, starring Johnny Rowe, Joe Giambra, Leon Copeland, Courtney Turner, Fisher. Feb 5-28, Fri & Sat at 8, Sun at 4. Paul Robeson Theatre at the African American Cultural Center, 350 Masten Ave. (884-2013).

NUMBER THE STARS, dramatic adaptation of the book by Lois Lowry presented by Theatre of Youth, directed by Meg Quinn, starring Renee Landrigan, Anne Boucher, Katie Harrington, Mia Bedenko. Feb 6 at 2 & 5:30, Feb 7 at 2. Allendale Theatre, 203 Allen St. (884-4400).


FREUD’S LAST SESSION, play by Mark St. Germain, directed by Katie Mallinson, starring David Oliver, Matt Witten. Through Feb 14, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2. Road Less Traveled Theater, 500 Pearl St. (629-3069).

THE MIRACLE WORKER, drama by William Gibson presented by The Niagara Regional Theatre Guild, directed by Les Bailey, starring Sarah Potozniak, Bethany Kulikowski, Jessica Dows, Joe Cassidy. Through Feb 14, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun at 3. Ellicott Creek Playhouse, 530 Ellicott Creek Rd., Tonawanda (260-2319).

ORDINARY DAYS, musical by Adam Gwon presented by O’Connell & Company, directed by Victoria Perez, starring Reed Bentley, Edith Grossman, Adam Hayes, Jennel Pruneda. Through Feb 21, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30. The Park School, 4625 Harlem Road, Snyder (848-0800).

RING OF FIRE, musical featuring the songs of Johnny Cash, directed by Michael Walline, starring Katie Clark, Steve Copps, Kevin Craig, Philip Farugia, Bob Mazierski, Theresa Quinn, Zak Ward, Maggie Zindle. Through Feb 28, Wed & Thu at 7, Fri at 8, Sat at 4 & 7, Sun at 2. MusicalFare Theatre, 4380 Main St., Amherst (839-8540).

SPEAK NO EVIL, world premiere comedy by Sonya Sobieski, directed by Neal Radice, starring David C. Mitchell, Melissa Leventhal, Joey Bucheker, Emily Yancy, Joyce Stilson, James Cichocki. Through Feb 13, Thu-Sat at 7:30. Alleyway Theatre, One Curtain Up Alley (852-2600).

WHY WE HAVE A BODY, comedy-drama by Claire Chafee, presented by the Brazen-Faced Varlets, directed by Elizabeth Oddy starring Jennifer Fitzery, Heather Fangsrud, Lara Haberberger, Jeanne Vuich. Through Feb 14, Sat & Sun at 2. Rust Belt Books, 415 Grant St. (598-1585).


ALL MY SONS, drama by Arthur Miller presented by The Irish Classical Theatre Company, directed by Greg Natale, starring Peter Palmisano, Josie DiVincenzo, Anthony Alcocer, Candice Kogut. Through Feb 7. Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 3 & 7:30, Sun at 2. Andrews Theatre, 625 Main St. (853-ICTC).

KEELY AND DU, drama by Jane Martin presented by Subversive Theatre, directed by Toni Smith Wilson, starring Kelly Beuth, Kate Olena, Jack Agugliaro, Michael Starzynski. Through Feb 6, Thu-Sat at 8. The Manny Fried Playhouse, 255 Great Arrow Ave., third floor (408-0499).

VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE, play by Christopher Durang presented by Second Generation Theatre Company, directed by Doug Weyand, starring Lou Colaiacovo, Kristen Tripp Kelley, Lisa Ludwig, Ricky Marchese, Charmagne Chi, Kelsey Mogensen. Through Feb 6, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30. Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Ave., Lancaster (683-1776).


BLUE MAN GROUP, touring production presented by presented by Shea’s Performing Arts Center and Albert

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