Do It Today, Theater Edition: Jobsite's Dead Man's Cell Phone, Gorilla's Young Dramatists Project, USF's Melancholy Play and Samuel French's Night of One-Acts @620

When it comes to quirky, thought-provoking theater, the folks at Jobsite rarely disappoint, and their latest production looks to be right in their aesthetic wheelhouse. Written by Sarah Ruhl, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for The Clean House, Dead Man’s Cell Phone centers on a woman who answers the cell phone of — you guessed it — a man sitting in rigor mortis in a cafe. In carrying out this deceptively simple act, she insinuates herself into the lives of the man’s friends and family, crafting for the survivors comforting memories of the departed. David Jenkins directs the usual suspects in Dead Man’s Cell Phone, including Michael C. McGreevy, Steve Garland and Summer Bohnenkamp-Jenkins, who recently earned kudos from Creative Loafing theater critic Mark E. Leib for her turn in boom! Ruhl, by the way, is quite in vogue in Tampa Bay this season; read more about her work in Leib’s preview. (Pictured: Meg Heimstead and Steve Garland.  Photo by Krystalle Voecks) June 3-20, 8 p.m. Thurs.-Sat., 4 p.m. Sun., Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N MacInnes Place, Tampa,$24.50,