Play in Cleveland: “Tiny Houses,” a play inspired by the HGTV obsession, is onstage at Cleveland Play House in Playhouse Square through Sunday. It examines the stresses and roadblocks along the way as a couple builds one of these miniature homes — right on stage in front of the audience. (Read our review at http://tinyurl.com/y32jguwb.) Tickets are $25-$97 at 216-241-6000, clevelandplayhouse.com.

 

Art exhibit in Akron: You have only a few days left to see the whimsical video artwork of Brian Bress at the Akron Art Museum, on view through Sunday. Beacon Journal art critic Anderson Turner said Bress’ works “blur the lines between painting, sculpture, collage, drawing, storytelling and theater in way that is vibrantly colorful, often humorous and quite simply intriguing to look at.” (Read his review at http://tinyurl.com/y397bhnb.) Also worth checking out at the museum are “Mernet Larsen: The Ordinary, Reoriented” and “Nick Cave: Feat.” Wednesday’s hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 330-376-9185 or akronartmuseum.org.

 

'Don Quixote' on big screen: “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” a film by Terry Gilliam (“The Fisher King,” “Brazil,” Monty Python) that took a long and painful 17-year road to the big screen, will be shown at 7 p.m. at Hudson 10; Montrose 12, Akron; Cinemark 15 Macedonia; Tinseltown USA, Jackson Township; Valley View 24; and Cedar Lee, Cleveland Heights. Buy tickets at fathomevents.com.