Linsey Page Morton and Derrick Trumbly in Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" at Kansas City Rep in 2014. (Photo by Don Ipock)
Whether your tastes run to Sophocles or to Noel Coward, to stark naturalism or to spiritualist ritual, there’s something for everyone in our weekly slide-show sample of what’s playing at theatres from San Diego to Providence, from Austin to Fish Creek, Wisc. Click on any image to sample the lot.
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A scene from The Hypocrites’ “All Our Tragic,” a 12-hour rendition of all 32 extant Greek tragedies, adapted and directed by Sean Graney at the the Den Theatre in Chicago. (Photo by Evan Hanover)
Scott Danielson, Sarah Goeden, Rob Vignisson, Lea Pascal, Jared Fernley, Scottie Caldwell, Blair Robertson and Neal Starbird in Max Frisch’s THE ARSONISTS, running at Strawdog Theatre in Chicago through Sept. 27 (photo by Chris Ocken)
Marissa Garcia, Matt Bowdren, Cynthia Meier and Joseph McGrath in Clifford Odets’s AWAKE AND SING, running at The Rogue Theatre in Tucson, Ariz. through Sept. 28 (photo by Tim Fuller)
Joanna Strapp and Summer Spiro in Noël Coward’s FALLEN ANGELS, running through Sept. 28 at North Coast Rep in Solano Beach, Ca. (photo by Aaron Rumley)
Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly in FINDING NEVERLAND, running through Sept. 28 at American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass. (photo by Evgenia Eliseeva)
Linda Benson and Jaron Carlson in Amy Herzog’s 4000 MILES, running through Sept. 28 at Cyrano’s Theatre Company in Anchorage, Ala. (photo by Frank Flavin)
Liz Hayes in George Brant’s GROUNDED, running at the Gamm Theatre in Pawtucket, R.I. through Oct. 3 (photo by Peter Goldberg)
Will Lyman, Julia Duffy and Malcolm-Jamal Warner in Todd Kreidler’s adaptation of GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER, running at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston through Oct. 5 (photo by Paul Marotta)
Daniel Marlatt and Hannah Smith in HANDS ON A HARDBODY, running at Centre Stage in Greenville, S.C. through Sept. 27 (photo by Mykal McEldowney)
Ayanna Berksihire and Vin Shambry in Lynn Nottage’s INTIMATE APPAREL, running at Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland, Ore. through Oct. 5 (photo by Owen Carey)
Stephen Thorne and Marina Shay in Chekhov’s IVANOV, running at Trinity Rep in Providence, R.I. through Oct. 5 (photo by Mark Turek)
Katie Castonguay and Emily Belvo in Alfred Uhry’s THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO, running at the Jobsite Theatre in Tampa, Fla. through Sept. 28 (photo by Crawford Long.
Steven Strafford in METHTACULAR!, an About Face Theatre production running at Theater Wit in Chicago through Sept. 28
Danny Scheie, Nicholas Pelczar, Lauren English, Dan Clegg and Daisuke Tsuji in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, running at California Shakespeare Theatre in Orinda, Ca. through Sept. 28 (photo by Kevin Berne)
Eric Dean White, John Flack and Lavonne Byers in Larry Kramer’s THE NORMAL HEART, running through Sept. 27 at HotCity Theatre in St. Louis, Mo. (photo by Michael B. Perkins)
Linsey Page Morton and Derrick Trumbly in Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” at Kansas City Rep in 2014. (Photo by Don Ipock)
A scene from SPIRIT, a piece conceived and directed by Bonnie Cullum, running at the VORTEX in Austin, Tex. through Oct. 4
Kathryn Cherasaro and Allegra Edwards in Robert Harling’s STEEL MAGNOLIAS, running through Sept. 28 at Idaho Shakespeare Festival in Boise
Liz Schachterle, Tara Loeper and Noah Sommers Haas in Michael Sommers, Josef Evans and Eric Jensen’s STRUMPLY PETER, a “toy opera” running through Sept. 25 at Open Eye Figure Theatre in Minneapolis
Alexis German, Craig Griffin, Jeff McMorrough and Kevin Dean in THE 39 STEPS, running at A.D. Players inHouston through Oct. 5 (photo by Bara Photography)
Amy Pinto in WARCIRCUS, a reimagining of Euripides’ THE TROJAN WOMEN, running at the Imaginists in Santa Rosa, Ca. through Sept. 28 (photo by Jaycob Bellochio)
The cast of Impro Theatre’s THE WESTERN UNSCRIPTED, running at the The Falcon Theatre in Burbank, Ca. through Oct. 5
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