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The Book of Mer­man Two Mor­mon mis­sion­ar­ies ring Ethel Mer­man’s door­bell and hi­lar­ity en­sues. It’s a diva driven jour­ney of self-dis­cov­ery with an orig­i­nal score of com­edy songs, power bal­lads and mash-up stan­dards.

7:30 p.m., Stage 773, 1225 W. Bel­mont Ave., $40, 773-327-5252

The Woman in Black Over 8 mil­lion peo­ple have lived to tell the tale of one of the most suc­cess­ful — and ter­ri­fy­ing — theater events ever staged, and it’s com­ing to shock au­di­ences in Chicago.

2:30 p.m., Royal Ge­orge The­atre Cen­ter, 1641 N. Hal­sted St., $49-$69, 312-988-9000 8 p.m., Thalia Hall, 1807 S. All­port St., $25, 312-526-3851

Kim­bra Hess Me­mo­rial Con­cert – Kate Flum and Beilin Han Kate Flum (flute) and Beilin Han (pi­ano) per­form mu­sic by Ge­orges Hüe, Eugène Bozza, Gabriel Fauré, Joseph Sch­want­ner and Aaron Co­p­land.

12:15 p.m., Chicago Cul­tural Cen­ter, 78 E. Wash­ing­ton St., free, 312-670-6888

Teen Cudi – Black Boy Joy Teen Cudi (Devin Mid­dle­ton and Jor­dan Stafford) are two black boys who just want to be silly and maybe a lit­tle thought-pro­vok­ing, but mostly silly be­cause nei­ther of them are so­ci­ol­ogy pro­fes­sors at this time and def­i­nitely aren’t mak­ing so­ci­ol­ogy pro­fes­sor money. It is our sin­cere hope that you laugh, pon­der and see your­self rep­re­sented in this sketch re­vue called Black Boy Joy.

p.m., The An­noy­ance The­atre, 851 W. Bel­mont Ave., $10, 773-697-9693 8

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