This is a very special edition of the Homosexual Agenda, as we will be departing completely from our usual policy to never, ever pay any attention to R Place whatsoever, and instead utterly and bravely pay a whole bunch of flippin' attention to R Place. But first! We are going to discuss something that I pay lots of attention to every chance I get, because FABULOUS: Sarah Rudinoff and every glorious little thing she ever does. (Now, I know you love her, too, and if I have to fight you, I will.) What you need to know is that she and a handsome pocketful of deeply talented compatriots have developed a new show that is going to blow everybody's pubes out with pure amazeballsness: These Streets. Now, you will want to ask your grandparents about a little thing that happened in the Ancient Way-Before Times called "grunge." Grunge was a new and very special kind of music that involved Seattle, garages, and a lot of no shampoo. (History!) The women of the era are the focus of this fictional story, which has been created with explosive talent, nerve, and "over 40 interviews with the people who lived it." Live music! Live original theater! LIVE SARAH FUCKING RUDINOFF! ACT Theater, 8 pm, $30, all ages.