THE FIREBIRD As part of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra's upcoming concert, choreographer/dancer Gianni Di Marco graces the music of Stravinsky's landmark ballet with new choreography for a small corps and four soloists (including himself as Kashchei). It's not only a rare opportunity to hear Stravinsky's complete original ballet, but a chance to see a semi-staged production with dance unfolding on the same stage as the music. June 18, 8 p.m., $15-$25. MIT's Kresge Auditorium. 844-276-4634, www.cambridgesymphony.org
ZOÉ DANCE During a monthlong residency at Boston Center for the Arts, the company has been exploring themes of letting go and transformation. "Becoming Undone" showcases the results. This site-specific work combines movement with projection design and visual art installation. June 17-18, $18-$20. Black Box Theatre, BCA. 617-933-8600, www.bostontheatrescene.com
REJECT DANCE THEATRE In celebration of Boston's Pride Month, the Boston/New York-based collaborative presents "THE SHOW: A Celebration of Queer Voices." Featuring three new company works as well as appearances by guest artists Matthew Cumbie and Mat Elder, the show is designed to challenge perceptions of gender, sexuality, and the complexities of human behavior. June 17-18, $20-$25. Dance Complex, Cambridge. 617-547-9363, www.dancecomplex.org
EVERYDAY CABARET Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion teams up with musician Brian Patton for what promises to be a series of delightful cocktail hours, with songs and mini-dances performed around cafe tables as you sip (admission includes one free drink). A different constellation of singers and dancers performs each night. June 15-18. 6 p.m., $20-$28. Martin Hall, Boston Center for the Arts. 617-933-8600, www.bostontheatrescene.com
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