Raleigh’s Theatre in the Park presents the regional premiere of Paul Rudnick’s 2006 “Regrets Only.” The still-timely comedy puts a New York fashion designer in an awkward position between his gossipy confidante and her conservative husband when the husband agrees to help draft a gay marriage ban. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 3 p.m. Sunday (through April 12). $22 (students/seniors/military $16). 919-831-6058 or theatreinthepark.com.
▪ N.C. State University Theatre stages “Burial at Thebes,” Seamus Heaney’s translation of Sophocles’ “Antigone.” Details at ncsu.edu/theatre.
▪ Newly formed Tiny Engine Theatre presents its second show, “Recall,” at Durham’s Common Ground Theatre. The play takes place in a possible future where people are reprogrammed to prevent psychopathic impulses. Details at tinyenginetheatre.com.
▪ At the Carolina Theatre, the Durham Savoyards offer this year’s annual Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, “Utopia Limited,” a satire about British imperialism and limited liability companies. Details at durhamsavoyards.org.