This homegrown theatrical experience, from D.C. playwright phenom Natsu Onoda Power (also of Synetic’s Trip to the Moon and Studio Theatre’s Astro Boy and the God of Comics), is making a well-deserved and timely comeback. It isn’t a tea party with crumpets and cream; this D.C.-centric compilation of scenes, songs, and audience participation examines gender norms, sexuality, and stories from the trans community. The play was prescient when Forum premiered it almost two years ago, and its return couldn’t have come at a better time: With the popularity of TV shows like Transparent and Laverne Cox’s Time magazine cover, larger audiences than ever are opening their eyes and ears to conversations on gender. An interactive theatrical production is the perfect antidote to the post-holiday blues, and if your New Year’s resolution is to be more active, this energetic ensemble production will literally get you out of your seat and thinking about the people who live in the city around you. The play runs Jan. 2 to Jan. 17 at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre, 8641 Colesville Road, Silver Spring. $30–$35. (301) 588-8279.