Funny Business Make your way to the Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatree (817 St. Paul St.,  752-1225) on Feb. 7 for Drop Three Comedy & Improv's monthly show. The February edition features comic Will Carey. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Haitian Earthquake Relief. Move It The Baltimore Dance Project brings choreography that explores issues like personal space and virtual reality to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (1000 Hilltop Circle,  455- 2476) Feb. 4-6. In Annapolis, Carmen gets bitchy on pointe when the Ballet Theatre of Maryland (Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase Street, Annapolis,  280-5640) takes on An American Southwest Carmen Feb. 6. From Russia with LoveTowson University's series of contemporary Russian plays continues with The Schooling of Bento Bonchev Feb. 3-6 at the Center for the Arts Dreyer M.F.A. Studio, (8000 York Road, Towson,  704-2792) Opening A tale of arrested development hits the Strand Theater (1823 N. Charles St.,  874-4719, strandtheatercompany.org) in the form of The Lacy Project Feb. 5-27. Sorry, no Jason Bateman or Michael Cera, though this might be the only thing the latter isn't in these days. Last ChanceSea of Birds' swan song at Theatre Project (45 W. Preston St., (410) 752-8558) is Feb. 6. Man of La Mancha dreams its last impossible dream at the Vagabond Players (806 S. Broadway, (410) 563-9135) Feb. 7. And Center Stage's Cyrano has one final chance to get the girl Feb. 7 (700 N. Calvert St.,  332-0033) AuditionsDeviated Theatre is looking for a multitude of multi-talented folks for their new project, Sway. Dancers, who can act; singers, who can act; and musicians, who don't have to act, are invited to come to the American Dance Institute on Feb. 7. Go to deviatedtheatre.org for more information.