If you’ve never seen a play, or you’ve seen them all but need to be reminded of what the very best ones can do, Thornton Wilder’s 1938 classic is your best opportunity this month. It’s about appreciating life and death, as enacted by the residents of old small-town America. Actors Co-Op, known for its charming work on classic plays, presents it. But making this version unique is the cast is multicultural. Richard Israel directs Eva Abramian, Joseph Arujo, David Atkinson, Vanessa Benavente, Heather Chesley, Shannon Dieriex, RJ Farrington, Tim Hodgin, Deanna Hudgens, Crystal Jackson, Isabella Magas, Deborah Marlowe, Christopher Salazar, James Simenc, Gunnar Sizemore, Richard Soto and Michael Worden.