Aeschylus' Oresteia: The Classical Greek Trilogy of Agamemnon, Clytemnestra and Orestes. A new adaptation directed by Joann Green and performed by the Cambridge Ensemble at 115 Mass Ave. Playing Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm through Feb. 26. Tickets are $3 and $4. For info, call 876-2544.
Brother Blue is at the Storyteller and Soul Theatre, 15 Newbury St., Boston in Emmanuel Church Chapel. Saturday and Sunday at 8. Free but donations accepted.
Boston's Lunchtime Theatre with a new production each week. At the Lyric Stage, 54 Charles St., Boston. Tickets are $1.50 for one, $5.00 for four. Call 742-3650 for info.
Coriolanus by Shakespeare/Beethoven. Directed by Peter Sellars. Jan. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 7:30 pm in the Loeb Experimental Theater. Tickets free at box office the day prior to the performance. Dracula lurks in wait for you. Thrills to go with the chill in the air, courtesy of Daedalus II, a new Boston drama company. Playing at 367 Boylston St., Boston Thursday and Friday at 8 and Saturdays at 7:30 and 10:15. Through Jan. 29. For info call 425-6210.
Dylan Thomas Growing Up. In Cambridge at the Loeb Drama Center. Emlyn Williams' highly praised show will be presented Jan. 12-16. Call 864-2630 for ticket info.
Family examines the role of the nuclear family in America. Showing at the Caravan Theatre, 1555 Mass Ave. in Cambridge. Performances on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8:30. Runs through Jan. 29. Call 354-9107 for more info.
The Homecoming of Harold Pinter. Laughs and mystery at the Lyric Stage, 54 Charles St., Beacon Hill, Boston. Showing Fridays and Saturdays at 8 and Sunday matinees at 3. For info call 523-3311 or 742-8703.
Hellzapoppin' with this new version of the classic comedy revue. Presenting Jerry Lee Lewis and Lynn Redgrave at the Colonial Theatre in Boston. Evening performances at 8 with matinees at 2 on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Home Free and The Tiger. Two plays by Lanford Wilson and Murray Schisgal, respectively. Performed by Theatre People at the American Center, 78 Lansdowne St., Boston. Jan. 12-16 at 7:30. Tickets are $2.50.
Knock, Knock, who's there? The Trinity Square Repertory Company with Jules Feiffer's silly comedy at the Charles Playhouse, 76 Warrenton St., Boston. Plays Tuesday through Friday at 8, Saturday 6 and 9:30, and Sunday at 3 and 7:30. Call 426-6912 for info.
The Living Newspaper dramatizes the week's events at the Red Bookstore Cabaret, 136 River St., Cambridge. Tuesday at 9:30.
Night Chant of North and South American Indian life, death and regeneration myths. An original ensemble piece by the Theatre Experiment Laboratory at the Boston Centre for the Arts, 541 Tremont St., Boston. Thursdays and Fridays at 8 and Saturdays at 7 and 9:30. Tickets are $3.75. Call 965-0783 for reservations.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, played by the original National Touring Production at the new Berklee Performance Center, 136 Mass Ave., Boston. Through Jan. 23 with evening shows at 8 with Saturday matinees at 2. Tickets are $6.50 to $8.50.
On Stage. A place where professional local and national entertainers can display their talents at the Down Under of the Charles Playhouse, 74 Warren Street, Boston. Tuesday to Sunday at 8:30 and open auditions on Sundays from 8 on. Call 426-0636 for ticket info.
The Proposition Review is long-lived. It's showing at the Proposition Theatre, 241 Hampshire St., Inman Square, Cambridge. Performance are on Thursday at 8:30 and Friday and Saturday at 8 and 10. (Call 876-0088 for ticket info.
Robin Hood, with Shakespeare's Macbeth will be presented by the Boston Shakespeare Company. Robin Hood will be based on the Howard Pyle stories, and play on Friday and Saturday at 8. Macbeth is showing Thursdays at 8. Both dramas are at the Theatre, corner of Berkeley and Marlborough Streets.
Soap scrubs mercilessly to reveal the "schizophrenic realities" of TV soap operas. A satire. And a play within a play written by Allan Albert and performing at the Proposition Theatre, 241 Hampshire Street, Cambridge. Thursdays at 8:30 and Friday at 8 and 10. Call 876-0088 for more info.
Ubu Roi is an epic farce presented by the Harlequin Theatre Company. It was written by Alfred Jarry and is showing at the People's Theatre, 1253 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge. Tickets are $4 and call 646-6079 or 391-6564 for more info.
Very Good Eddie first played on Broadway in 1915. Jerome Kerr's musical hit is now showing at the Shubert Theatre in Boston at 8. Call 426-4520 for tickets.
Working is a drama based on Studs Terkel 1972 book and is currently showing at the Newbury St. Theatre, 565 Boylston St. In Boston, on Thursday through Saturday evenings at 8 til Feb. 5. Tickets are $2.50. Call 628-8333 or 261-8894 for more info.