Taking Center Stage: Weekday Theater

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In a theater-crazy town like Chicago, stage exploits aren’t limited to the weekend. There are a lot of great shows (and great deals) to take advantage of before humpday even arrives. Every Monday, we’ll alert you to a few interesting early-in-the-week shows you may want to catch. If you want to see the whole list, just head here.

Solid Gold Cadillac

8 p.m. Thursday at Athenaeum Theatre

One woman shakes up corporate America.in Open Eye Productions return to its “silly roots.”

Not Enough Air

7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday at Timeline Theatre Company

Find out how journalist/playwright Sophie Treadwell created her controversial play, “Machinal.”

The Secrets Project

7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday at Peter Jones Gallery

I have judged people based on the contents of their iPods”…and other admissions.

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