Endgame, by Samuel Beckett, in a production by Andre Gregory's Manhattan Project, an avant-grade theater group which I guess is based in Manhattan. It's about the end of the world, I believe, or at least the end of its characters. Opens tonight at 8 at the Loeb.
In Two Keys, by Noel Coward, 7:30 at the Shubert Theater in Boston.
Kafka: The World of Parable. The Crimson gave it a good review, which I was sure was going to say the world of the play was so absurd it was Kafkaesque. When it didn't say that, I was so relieved I decided the review might be right, but that's not binding on you. If this is obsucre, calk it cup to exams. 8:30 at the Old Cambridge Baptist Church, 1151 Mass Ave.