(THEATER) Catch 22 is the Americanized version of Jaroslav Hašek's vastly superior The Good Soldier Švejk, but the wartime survival strategy advanced in both books—namely, acting like an idiot—is woefully inadequate for today's world. Still funny, though. Also, I'll be posting poorly written, misinformed fantasies on Seattlest.com today, but the rest of the group may actually be readable. (Theater Schmeater, 1500 Summit Ave, 324-5801. 8 pm, $18.) DAN GONSIOROWSKI