Main Street Theater stages the revue that collects 30 classic songs from a dozen different Stephen Sondheim musicals and repurposes them to portray the cross-currents among two married couples and one "extra man" at a cocktail party.
Aaron Posner's acclaimed off-Broadway play, based on Chaim Potok's novel, centers on a young Jewish painter torn between his Hasidic upbringing and his need to fulfill his artistic promise. 8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays through Jan. 31; also, 3 p.m. Sundays, Jan. 18-Feb.
Marc Camoletti's farce about a ladies man whose complicated system for juggling three airline hostesses is upset by the visit of a buddy and a sudden change in airline schedules. 8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays, through Jan. 17; Theatre Suburbia, 4106 Way Out West; $16; theatresuburbia.org.
Society for the Performing Arts presents Jacques Heim's athletic dance-theater company in "Fluid Infinities" and "Trajectoire," 8 p.m. Friday, Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana; $28-$85; 713-227-4772, spahouston.org.
Karim Al-Zand's "Cinderella" accompanies a 1922 silent film of the fairy tale by Lotte Reininger, a German director who created animation out of silhouetted paper cutouts.
Works by Houston's Pierre Jalbert and Australia's Elena Kats-Chernin round out the program. 7:30 p.m. Saturday; Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, 800 Bagby; $20-$40; 713-315-2525, musiqahouston.org.
The orchestra's musicians don costumes in "The Crimson Prince," which blends music, staging and choreography in a fantasy evoking violin virtuosos Antonio Vivaldi and Niccolo Paganini.
Denis Plante, brother of Mercury artistic director Antoine Plante, crafted a scenario about a musical and romantic rivalry between violinists, and he composed a score incorporating works by Vivaldi and Paganini.
Apollo Chamber Players: "East & West Transcended" includes a new work by Texas A&M composer Marty Regan, whose music blends Western and Japanese styles.
The program also includes works by Max Bruch, Claude Debussy, Toru Takemitsu and Kosaku Yamada. 6 p.m. Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday; Christ the King Lutheran Church, 2353 Rice; $30; 832-314-2340, apollochamberplayers.org.
Holocaust Museum Houston: Ground Zero 360:
Group show of works that blur boundaries of painting, drawing and sculpture, through Jan. 25; GalleryHomeland, 2327 Commerce; 503-819-9656, galleryhomeland.org.