Comedian Angela Vela hosts a seven deadly sins-themed performance at Cafe… (7 Deadly Sins )
Mussels and Microbrews
Tuman's Tap & Grill 2159 W. Chicago Ave. 773-782-1400
Top off your Tuesday at the Ukrainian Village pub with $9 Prince Edward Island mussels prepared with chicken chorizo, Allagash white ale and shallots (regularly $11) and wash them down with your choice of American microbrews for $3.50 each. 4 p.m.-2 a.m.
Mario's Gold Coast Ristorante 21 W. Goethe St. 312-944-0199
Double your fun without breaking the bank as the Italian spot offers a buy-one-get-one-free Tuesday special featuring 19 red and white wines including a Montgras carmenere ($10), a Simi merlot ($10) and a La Cappuccina Soave white ($9). 4:30-10:30 p.m.
"Othello: The Remix"
Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier 800 E. Grand Ave. 312-595-5600
Shakespeare meets hip-hop in this "ad-rap-tation" of The Bard's tale of love destroyed by jealousy by Chicago's own The Q Brothers ("Funk It Up About Nothin'," "The Bomb-itty of Errors"), which lands in Chicago after its London world premiere and a Best Musical award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. 7:30 p.m. $20. Tickets: chicagoshakes.com.
"The Seven Deadly Sins"
Cafe Mustache 2313 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-687-9063
Take a walk on the wild side at this transgression-themed showcase, where comedian Angela Vela hosts fiction and non-fiction tales on pre-assigned sins by writers, storytellers and comedians including Jessi Lee Gaylord (lust), Danny Black (gluttony), Matt Rowan (wrath), Ben Tanzer (pride), Amanda Glasbrenner (envy), Joe Goforth (sloth) and Danielle Puterbaugh (greed). 8 p.m. No cover.
"Jekyll & Hyde"
Cadillac Palace Theatre 151 W. Randolph St. 800-775-2000
"American Idol" star and Tony Award nominee Constantine Maroulis ("Rock of Ages") and R&B singer Deborah Cox star in the new production of the horror musical, which arrives in Chicago on its way to Broadway. 7:30 p.m. $33-$95. Tickets: broadwayinchicago.com.
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"The Book of Mormon" has added Sunday night performances. Tickets: ticketmaster.com.
Julia Borcherts is a RedEye special contributor.