If you're planning to be in Minneapolis anytime between May 28th and June 7th (or if you're looking for a reason to be), this sounds pretty intriguing: 800 Words: The Transmigration of Philip K. Dick, a play based the final days of Dick's life. From the official description:
800 Words: The Transmigration of Philip K. Dick is based on the life of ground-breaking science fiction author, Philip K. Dick, complete with secret agents, Dick’s dead sister and a talking cat. The play begins just as Philip’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is about to be released as the Hollywood film Blade Runner... But Philip can’t stop obsessing about visions he had years earlier when an extraterrestrial God spoke to him using artificial intelligence. Award-winning playwright Victoria Stewart uses uniquely theatrical conventions to create a surreal landscape where memories of these seminal events bleed into each other, fusing and merging in a funny, dark trip – not unlike a Philip K. Dick novel – where his recurrent obsessions of God, art, madness, time, fiction and reality come alive on stage.
It sounds intriguing, and more respectful than some other PKD-related projects I could name. won't be able to attend, but I'd love to hear a review or two if any of you do.
For more details see the play's official site.