Angel Street--Patrick Hamilton's Victorian thriller. The second production of the Cambridge Acting Company. At the Hasty Pudding, Holyoke St., Friday and Saturday at 8, Sunday at 7:30.
Brother Blue '48--The storyteller supreme, away from his Brattle Square perch. Saturday and Sunday at 8, Emmanuel Church chapel, 15 Newbury St., Boston.
The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter--What else? A Porter revue. Charles Playhouse Stage III, 74 Warrenton St., Boston. Friday and Saturday at 7 and 9:30, Sunday at 3 and 7:30.
Good Evening--The Moore-Cook comedy classic, at the Springifled Street Saloon, Inman Square, Friday and Saturday at 9.
The Marlowe Show--Elizabethan playwrights galore. Suffolk Theater, Temple St., Boston. Friday through Sunday at 8.
The No Nukes is Good Nukes Road Show--politically hip street theater--the real thing. Free, of course, around lunchtime at Quincy Market and Government Center.
Rondelet: Scenes of Seduction. Hohoho. At the Boston Repertory Theater, through Saturday at 8.
Triple Play--Three plays by Boston playwright John O'Brien. At the Nucleo Eclettico Theater, 37 Clark St., in the North End. Friday and Saturday at 8:30.
Winterset--The Loeb's latest offering--Maxwell Anderson's American beauty. At the Loeb, Brattle St., Friday at 8, Saturday at 5 and 9.