"Tribes" by Nina Raine, at Artist Repertory Theatre in Portland, Ore., through Mar. 1. Pictured: Kayla Lian, Joshua Weinstein, Stephen Drabicki, Amy Newman, Michael Mendelson and Linda Alper. (Photo by Owen Carey)
“Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery” by Ken Ludwig, at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., through Feb. 22. Pictured: Michael Glenn, Lucas Hall and Stanley Bahorek. (Photo by Margot Schulman)
“The Boy Who Loved Monsters and the Girl Who Loved Peas” by Jonathan Graham, at Childsplay in Tempe, Ariz., through Mar. 8. Pictured: Tyler Eglen and Michelle Cunneen. (Photo by Tim Trumble)
“Candide,” adapted by Leonard Bernstein, Hugh Wheeler, Richard Wilbur and John Caird from the Voltaire novel, at Lamplighters Music Theatre in San Francisco through Feb. 15. Pictured: Phil Wong, Sam Faustine, Kristin Avila and ohers.
“Dunsinane” by David Greig, a production of the National Theatre of Scotland and the Royal Shakespeare Company, running at Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. through Feb. 21. Pictured: Darrell D’Silva. (Photo by Jason Ma)
“Fata Morgana” by Jeni Mahoney, at Boise Contemporary Theatre in Boise, Idaho, through Feb. 21. Pictured: Matthew Cameron Clark and Danielle Sacks. Production design by Rick Martin, lighting design by Raquel Davis.
“Five Presidents” by Rick Cleveland, at Arizona Theatre Company in Phoenix in 2015. Pictured: Mark Jacoby, Martin L’Herault, John Bolger and Brit Whittle. (Photo by Tim Fuller)
“Look Away” by Robert Ford, at TheatreSquared in Fayetteville, Ark., through Feb. 22. Pictured: Thomas Brazzle, Daniel Kyri, Justin Walker, Rebecca Harris and Erik Parillo. (Photo by Beth Hall)
“Mary Stuart” by Friedrich Schiller, in a new version by Peter Oswald, at the Folger Elizabethan Theatre in Washington, D.C. through Mar. 8. Pictured: Holly Twyford and Kate Eastwood Norris. (Photo by Teresa Wood)
“Mwindo” by Cheryl L. West, at Seattle Children’s Theatre through Feb. 15. Pictured: Reginald Andrè Jackson, Tyler Trerise and Felicia Loud. (Photo by Chris Bennion)
“Or,” by Liz Duffy Adams, at Vermont Stage in Burlington, Vt., through Feb. 15. Pictured: Chris Caswell and John Nagle. (Photo by Lindsay Raymondjack Photography)
“The Other Place” by Sharr White, at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati through Feb. 15. Pictured: Regina Pugh. (Photo by Ryan Kurtz)
“Sexy Laundry” by Michele Riml, at WaterTower Theatre in Addison, Tex., through Feb. 22. Pictured: Bob Hess and Wendy Welch. (Photo by Kelsey Leigh Ervi)
“That Hopey Changey Thing” by Richard Nelson, Part 1 of Richard Nelson’s “The Apple Family Plays,” presented on an alternating schedule with Part 3, “Sorry,” at the Timeline Theatre in Chicago through Apr. 19. Pictured: Mechelle Moe, Mike Nussbaum and Juliet Hart. (Photo by Lara Goetsch)
“Threesome” by Yussef El Guindi, at Portland Center Stage in Portland, Ore., through Mar. 8. Pictured: Alia Attallah, Quinn Franzen and Dominic Rains. (Photo by Patrick Weishampel/BLANKEYE)
“Tribes” by Nina Raine, at Artist Repertory Theatre in Portland, Ore., through Mar. 1. Pictured: Kayla Lian, Joshua Weinstein, Stephen Drabicki, Amy Newman, Michael Mendelson and Linda Alper. (Photo by Owen Carey)
“Trouble in Mind” by Alice Childress, at Moxie Theatre in San Diego, Calif., through Feb. 22. Pictured: Monique Gaffney, Ruff Yaeger and Victor Morris. (Photo by Daren Scott)
“The Whipping Man” by Matthew Lopez, at Nashville Repertory Theatre through Feb. 21. Pictured: James Rudolph, left, Eddie George and Matthew Rosenbaum. (Photo by Justin Sienkiewicz)
“The Widow Lincoln” by James Still, at Fords Theatre in Washington, D.C., through Feb. 22. Pictured: Mary Bacon and Caroline Clay. (Photo by Carol Rosegg)
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