Do the Walk of Shame

Plus; a night in Morocco and drinking new brew

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    MORNING AFTER: Who hasn't had a morning when you're prone to blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol? The New Colonists theatre troupe hit Biograph for a new Walk of Shame show, this one dedicated to the ladies. It's an evening of true-life tales of some of life's most embarrassing moments -- the kind that typically come back during the hangover stumble home. 10:30 p.m., 2433 N. Lincoln Ave, $15

    MOROCCAN NIGHTS: Take a trip to a foreign land as Le Passage tranforms into a Moroccan paradise tonight. The venue will resemble a subterranean retreat, with belly dancers, and eclectic music, food and cocktails. The first 200 guests gets special gift bags. Use the code word "bellydance" at the door for free entry. 10 p.m., 937 N. Rush St., Facebook RSVP

    STONE FREE: In case you haven't heard -- and that's doubtful -- it's Stone Beer Week in Chicago, and several pubs and restaurants are hosting special events to introduce the new California brew. Tonight, get on the party bus and hit the three city locations of Small Bar, sample some Stone, and finish up at a big party at Reggie's Music Joint. Buses run between all three Small Bar locations from 6 - 9 p.m.