If you're sticking around DC for Thanksgiving weekend, you have four chances (Friday, twice Saturday, and Sunday) to experience Solas Nua's latest production, Little thing, Big Thing. Two actors take on a dozen or more roles in this funny, suspenseful, and insightful buddy caper (involving a petty thief and a Scottish nun in Ireland via Nigeria). The play is staged in a theater in the back of a gallery on G Street near Gallery Place. These performances are too good not to be given to packed houses. And the theme is timely, focused on the importance of taking what little steps you can to effect big changes in the face of corruption. You can find tickets here.