Raleigh Little Theatre opens a three-week run this weekend of the Broadway show, “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” a glam rock musical for mature audiences about an East German band singer undone by a botched sex change operation. The production in the Gaddy-Goodwin Teaching Theatre includes onstage cabaret table seating. May 1-17. $24 (seniors and students $22; onstage seating $12). 919-821-3111 or raleighlittletheatre.org.
▪ PlayMakers Repertory Company stages its final second series presentation of the season this weekend with Stephen Massicotte’s “Mary’s Wedding.” A young woman dreams of falling in love with a WWI soldier on the eve of her wedding. Details at playmakersrep.org.
▪ Chapel Hill’s Deep Dish Theater begins a four-week run of David Ives’ “The Liar,” an adaptation of the 1644 farce by Pierre Corneille about a wily French nobleman whose boastful lies get him in trouble with two women he is pursuing. Details at deepdishtheater.org.