1) Six A Breast is a three-women dance show presented by Corningworks. The performance employs “irony,” “farce,” and “vaudevillian scenes” to express “the lunacy of all our lives, no matter the gender,” while cautioning that “women . . . [get] the ‘mother lode’ backwards and in heels.” The Bare Arms Series precedes the performances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Each installment features different local female celebrities, and topics include, for example, “NO, YOU TAKE OUT THE GARBAGE the art of negotiation & delegation.” Sunday’s matinee includes pay-what-you-can admission available at the door. Beth Corning created Corningworks in 2009 as part of The Glue Factory Projects, original performances featuring artists age 45 and older. 7 p.m. Continues through September 10. New Hazlett Theater, 6 Allegheny Square East, North Side. (CM)
2) Our battlin’ Buccos play the Chicago Cubs tonight. There’s no promotions tonight just good ‘ol baseball. Let’s rally behind the players on the squad who are still playing hard. 7:05 p.m. PNC Park, 115 Federal St., North Shore.