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The Thing with Joe McPhee
9:30 p.m. at Hideout; $10
If you haven’t seen vivacious jazz trio the Thing play live before, well, you should. This is part of the Hideout’s Immediate Sound Series.

Queer Queens of Qomedy
8 p.m. at Zanies, 1548 N. Wells St.; $22
Lesbian laugh-inducers Poppy Champlin (from HBO’s All Aboard Rosie's Family Vacation), Vicky Shaw and Sandra Valls conclude their three-night series. Although the show focuses on gay-centric themes, they promise a funny show no matter if you’re “gay, straight, bi or tri.”

The Silver Project
9 p.m. at American Theater Company, 1909 W. Byron St.; free
ATC celebrates its 25th anniversary with five nights of shows, spanning the past 2 ½ decades. Tonight kicks things off with themes from 1985-89. Included shows: Mission Burrito by Rolin Jones (directed by Anthony Moseley), The Science of Happiness by Naomi Iizuka (directed by Lisa Portes) and The Third Date by Justin D.M. Palmer (directed by Megan Shuchman).

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