316 W. Main St.
$15; 8 p.m.
In the second grade, during a game of kickball, I dashed across home base and immediately fell face first on the blacktop. Sharing stories of wiping out and comparing scars can bring people together, but when the hurt runs deep, like Kayleen and Doug’s, a friendship can, too. Otherwise polar opposites, the 30-year pals share their physical and emotional pain in this dark comedy. “Rajiv Joseph is such a smart writer, and, with ‘Injuries,’ he carefully guides us through two complete lives, encompassing the incredible highs and devastating lows that come with trying to love somebody, to love yourself, and to just live through it all,” says Theatre  co-artistic director Gil D. Reyes. “It turns on a dime from hilarious to tender to brutal; a real feast for audiences.” —Jane Mattingly