The troupe Savage Umbrella gives off the vibe of “Hair” as a band of self-absorbed actors flit about a city park and deconstruct Greek myth. Jealousy, drunken revelry, backstabbing and a break for hot dogs all play a part in a loose telling of Odysseus’ return to his wife Penny. It’s easy to get distracted by the soccer game across the way but the Savages make good use of the park’s contours and trees. It feels Fringey, and the chance to get outside and stretch one’s legs is nice. (7 p.m. nightly, Matthews Park, corner of 25th St. and 27th Av., Mpls.)

Graydon Royce