All of your favorite songs from hit Broadway shows, as wide-ranging as “Kiss Me Kate,” “Wicked,” “Oklahoma!” and “Grey Gardens,” get turned into things new and naughty in the parody revue, “Dirty Little Showtunes,” which has thrilled audiences in San Francisco for years. Making its debut on the East Coast, the production features the local talent of actors Daniel Cimo, Keith Fitzgerald, Richard Halenda, Elliot Lau, Michael Hawke and Craig Smith, and promises to leave audiences laughing and maybe just a little flustered. “Dirty Little Showtunes” plays at the Richmond Triangle Players from Aug. 18 until Sept. 3. $20. 346-8113.
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