Dan Bernitt's one-man show about how a college fraternity attempts to deal with homophobia after an incident in which one of its members is convicted of violently assaulting a gay man is a complex, intricately structured piece of performance art. Bernitt's ambition is large. On the one hand he manages, through the skillful evocation of several different characters, to dissect the menacing dynamics lurking beneath the fraternity's socially responsible public face. But he also puts us in the place of the imprisoned attacker, now a victim himself. The combination of dramatic anthropology and revenge fantasy is intense and skillfully observed if, at times, a little wobbly. Thursday, 9 p.m.; Saturday, 6 p.m.; Sunday, 9 p.m.