You think you know your parents, huh? Think again. In Horizon Theatre Company's THREE DAYS OF RAIN, by Richard Greenberg, Walker and Nan's architect father dies, leaving a mysterious will and a baffling journal, and the adult children attempt to unravel the truth, playing their childhood perceptions against a parent's reality. MARCH 30-MAY 13. Wed.-Fri., 8 p.m., Sat. 8:30 p.m. and Sun. 5 p.m. $16-$25. 1083 Austin Ave., Little Five Points. 404-584-7450 or www.horizontheatre.com.
No longer limited to local artists, the 2001 ATLANTA BIENNIAL now features contemporary works by artists from throughout the United States. Titled When the Wind Blows, this year's show explores fantasy and reality with works that range from whimsical to eerie, including Samantha Simpson's "Wounded Union," pictured right. Opening reception MARCH 30 includes Sox with Attitude: The Drag Puppets puppet show at 8:30 p.m. and performances by local bands Posh Digs, Young Antiques and the Rock Coaches beginning at 9 p.m. 7 p.m.-midnight. Free. Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 535 Means St. 404-688-1970 or www.thecontemporary.org.
Those nutty guys at Dad's Garage Theatre are at it again. Billed as "The Longest Running Joke in Atlanta," the 25 1/2-hour IMPROV-A-THON includes the city's most popular soap opera "Scandal," a kids' show, a walking tour and a gorilla among other eccentricities. Beginning MARCH 30 at 10:30 p.m., a new show begins every two hours through the mid-morning of MARCH 31. $35 in advance for all weekend; $5-$10 for individual shows. 280 Elizabeth St., Inman Park. 404-523-2144 or www.dadsgarage.com.