Now that the holiday season is over, local theater companies are taking the stage with a range of offerings. Over the next few weeks, the shows will range from classic comedy to searing drama, with a bit of mystery thrown in for good measure.

Here are some safe remedies for the winter blues:

Nicole Charbonneau, as Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet, tries to spy on Harvey, the friend of Elwood P. Dowd (Frank Hughes Jr.), an invisible rabbit.

Until January 29: Falmouth Theater Guild will present “Harvey”, a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Mary Chase. This is the story of Elwood P. Dowd, a perfectly pleasant man who sees something special in everyone he meets. Trouble is, he also sees and befriends a six-foot-tall invisible rabbit named Harvey. See the Cape Cod Times review in this week’s CapeWeek.

February 2-19: Eventide Theater Company in Dennis will present the 1946 classic by Arthur Miller, award-winning critic of the American dream, “All my sons.” Based on a true story, the show weaves together the themes of the ravages of corruption and unfettered power and the effects of misplaced loyalties.

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