"Suzette Who Set to Sea" by Finegan Kruckemeyer, at Honolulu Theatre for Youth through Feb. 7.
“Absurd Person Singular” by Alan Ayckbourn, at Two River Theater in Red Bank, N.J. through Feb. 1. Pictured: Press 3: Michael Cumpsty, Mary Birdsong, Scott Drummond and Liz Wisan. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“The Best Brothers” by Daniel MacIvor, at Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Lowell, Mass., through Feb. 1. Pictured: Bill Kux and Michael Canavan. (Photo by Meghan Moore)
“The Big Bad, Little Red, Pig Show” by Lee Bryan, at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta through Jan. 25.
“A Future Perfect” by Ken Urban, at SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston through Feb. 7. Pictured: Brian Hastert, Marianna Bassham and Nael Nacer. (Photo by Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo)
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” adapted by Todd Kreidler from the film, at Repertory Theatre of St. Louis through Feb. 1. Pictured: Anderson Matthews and Richard Prioleau. (Photo by Jerry Naunheim Jr.)
“The Ice-Breaker” by David Rambo, at Cyrano’s Theatre Company through Feb. 1. Pictured: Mark Robokoff and Sarah Baird.
Maria Leigh and Red Lauren Preston in “Late: A Cowboy Song,” by Sarah Ruhl, at the Custom Made Theatre Co. in San Francisco in 2015. (Photo by Jay Yamada)
“Measure for Measure” by William Shakespeare, an Actors Shakespeare Project production at the Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, Mass., through Feb. 1. Pictured: Adrianna Mitchell amd Maurice Emmanuel Parent. (Stratton McCrady Photography)
“Muckrakers” by Zayd Dohrn, at New Repertory Theatre in Watertown, Mass., through Feb. 1. Pictured: Esme Allen and Lewis D. Wheeler. (Photo by Andrew Brilliant)
“Reread Another A Play To Be Played Indoors or Out Wish to Be a School,” adapted by Target Margin from Gertrude Stein, at the Bushwick Starr in Brooklyn, NY, through Feb. 7. Pictured: Clare Barron and Purva Bedi.
“Suzette Who Set to Sea” by Finegan Kruckemeyer, at Honolulu Theatre for Youth through Feb. 7.
“A Thousand Cranes” by Kathryn Schultz Miller, at Childsplay in Tempe, Ariz., through Jan. 25. Pictured: Michelle Chin. (Photo by Tim Trumble)
“True West” by Sam Shepard, at Open Stage Theatre Co. in Fort Collins, Colo., through Jan. 31. Pictured: Kathy Leonard.
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” by Christopher Durang, at the Public Theatre in Lewiston, Me., through Feb. 1. Pictured: Janet Mitchko, Robyne Parrish, Jonathan Hadley and Jarid Faubel.
“The Whale” by Samuel D. Hunter, at Rep Stage in Columbia, Md., through Feb. 1. Pictured: Michael Russotto and Megan Anderson. (Photo by Katie Ellen Simmons-Barth)
“The Wiz” by Charlie Smalls and William F. Brown, at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter, Fla., through Feb. 1. Pictured: Destinee Rea and Trevor Dion Nicholas. (Photo by Linnea Bailey)
“Zoetrope Part 1” by Javier Antonio Gonzalez, a Caborca Theatre production at Pregones Theatre in the Bronx, NYC, through Jan. 25. Pictured: Tania Molina, Laura Butler Rivera and Yaremis Felix Colon. (Photo by Hunter Canning)
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