Students at the School of Performing Arts in the Richmond Community (SPARC) will perform the off-Broadway hit Urinetown from March 13 to 23 at the SPARC Center. "It's a major educational opportunity," says director Debra Clinton. "It goes all over the map in terms of music history." The satirical musical comedy written by Greg Kotis, with music by Mark Hollman, tells the story of a dystopian town where private toilets have been abolished, and residents must pay to use public toilets controlled by a mega-corporation. During the play, cast members perform gospel, jazz, and Broadway-style music. And while the title might be off-putting, Clinton says, "We're going to try to turn that into an asset instead of a liability." Times vary. $14. 353-3393 or sparconline.org .