If you’re looking for non-holiday theater this month:

“Animus”: Inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s “Persona,” the show blends theater, movement and film. (Dec. 14-22 at Southern Theater, southerntheater.org)

“Blackbird”: Two people who were intimate 15 years ago meet again in Dark & Stormy’s shattering drama. (Dec. 13-Jan. 5 at Grain Belt Warehouse, darkstormy.org)

“Lend Me a Tenor”: Audiences await a historic opera performance. Just one problem: There’s no singer. (Ends Feb. 16 at Old Log Theatre, oldlog.com)

“Marie and Rosetta”: Legendary gospel/R&B musician Rosetta Tharpe prepares for a tour with her protégée in this music-filled one-act. (Ends Dec. 30 at Park Square Theatre, ­parksquaretheatre.org)

“Noises Off”: Sally Wingert leads the cast of this comedy, which takes place on stage and backstage at a (riotously) doomed farce. (Ends Dec. 16 at Guthrie Theater, guthrietheater.org)

“Sex Ed: The Big ‘O’ Show”: Improv sketches and audience participation attempt to illuminate the basics of pleasure. (Dec. 14 at Phoenix Theater, ­phoenixtheatermpls.org)

“Teen Idol: The Bobby Vee Story”: Tyler Michaels plays the singer in this tuneful crowd-pleaser. (Ends Dec. 16 at History Theatre, historytheatre.com)

“Triple Espresso”: The long-running revue has settled into Park Square’s Andy Boss stage. (Ends Jan. 13, ­parksquaretheatre.org)

“Women Beware Women”/“Measure for Measure”: This ambitious double bill pairs the first-ever Twin Cities production of a revenge tragedy with Shakespeare’s dark comedy of sexual politics. (Ends Dec. 23 at Gremlin Theatre, ­classicalactorsensemble.org)