1) Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy is about three couples, of whom Wife A is having an affair with Husband B. Hot-tempered Wife B smells a rat, so Husband B tells her he’s been out late comforting Husband C, whose Wife C is cheating on him (none of which is true). Meanwhile, Wife A has covered her tracks by telling Husband A she’s spending time with poor Wife C whose Husband C is running around (equally untrue). Put all three couples together at dinner, add further wrinkles, and you have a recipe for pandemonium. PICT Classic Theatre has chosen comedic mixmaster Martin Giles to direct its production of How the Other Half Loves. 2 and 8 p.m. Continues through June 13. Charity Randall Theatre in the Stephen Foster Memorial, 4301 Forbes Ave., Oakland.
2) Homemakers — Colin Healey wrote and directed the story of a young singer who inherits her grandfather’s abandoned Pittsburgh home and comes back home to restore it. There’s a slew of local acting talent on view, including Rachel McKeon, Sheila McKenna, Harry O’Toole, and Diana Ifft. 8:30 p.m., also 8 p.m. Friday. Harris Theater, 809 Liberty Ave., Cultural District.
3) Our beloved Buccos take the diamond again today against the Milwaukee Brewers. Make it a doubleheader, hit the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival first then head over to the ball yard. First pitch is at 7:05 p.m. PNC Park, 115 Federal St., North Shore.