Beloved local shadow-puppet master Scot Augustson—the mind behind Sgt. Rigsby & His Amazing Silhouettes—remounts his 2006 hit about spooky kids, tequila-based time travel, and a history-destroying stationary bicycle. "The action is performed by silhouettes in a large light box adorned like an early-century vaudeville set and narrated by radio actors transplanted from the 1940s," wrote Brendan Kiley in his original review. "A Terrible Price for Whimsy passes contemporary comedy (lewd and vicious with a secret, distraught tenderness at its heart) through the kidneys of old-timey aesthetics. The result is funny. And bawdy. And wonderful." (Theatre Off Jackson, 409 Seventh Ave, 8 pm, $15.)