"The Night Alive" by Conor McPherson, a production of Third Rail Repertory at the CoHo Theatre in Portland, Ore., through Mar. 14. Pictured: Damon Kupper and Christina Holtom. (Photo by Owen Carey)
“Bad Jews” by Joshua Harmon, at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn., through Mar. 22. Pictured: Max Miller and Keilly McQuail. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“Battle Space Wars” by Kevin Gillese and Arlen Konopaki, a Dad’s Garage production at 7 Stages in Atlanta through Mar. 7. Pictured: Prop master Jamie Warde.
“The Diary of Anne Frank,” adapted by Wendy Kesselman from Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, at Writers Theatre in Evanston, Ill., through May 31. Pictured: Sophie Thatcher. (Photo by Saverio Truglia)
“Dutchman” by Amiri Baraka, a production of the New Federal Theatre, at the Castillo Theatre in New York City through Mar. 8. Pictured: Ryan Jillian Kilpatrick and Michael Alcide. (Photo by Gerry Goodstein)
“Elemeno Pea” by Molly Smith Metzler, at City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh through Mar. 22. Pictured: Robin Abramson and Kimberly Parker Green.
“An Enemy of the People” by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Arthur Miller, at Playmakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, N.C., through Mar. 15. Pictured: Jeffrey Blair Cornell, Michael Bryan French and Benjamin Curns. (Photo by Jon Gardiner)
“The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, at Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, R.I., through Mar. 29. Pictured: Philip Roebuck, musician, Brian McEleney and Anne Scurria.
“Guadalupe in the Guest Room” by Tony Meneses, at Two River Theater in Red Bank, N.J., in 2015.. Pictured: Socorro Santiago and Alfredo Huereca. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“The King of Second Avenue” by Robert Brustein, adapted from Israel Zangwill, at New Repertory Theatre in Watertown, Conn., through Mar. 8. Pictured: Will LeBow and Jeremiah Kissel. (Photo by Andrew Brilliant/Brilliant Pictures)
“The Lyons” by Nicky Silver, at Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley, Calif., through Mar. 8. Pictured: Ellen Ratner, Will Marchetti and Nicholas Pelczar. (Photo by David Allen)
“Lysistrata,” adapted by Jen Wineman, at Connecticut Repertory Theatre in Storrs, Conn., through Mar. 8. Pictured: Lisa Birnbaum. (Photo by Matt Pugliese)
“The Night Alive” by Conor McPherson, a production of Third Rail Repertory at the CoHo Theatre in Portland, Ore., through Mar. 14. Pictured: Damon Kupper and Christina Holtom. (Photo by Owen Carey)
“Other Desert Cities” by Jon Robin Baitz, at Portland Center Stage in Portland, Ore., through Mar. 22. Pictured: Ned Schmidtke and D’Arcy Dersham. (Photo by Patrick Weishampel)
“Pride and Prejudice,” adapted by Helen Jerome from Jane Austen, at Actors Co-op in Los Angeles through Mar. 15. Pictured: Deborah Marlowe, Ivy Beech and Brandon Parrish. (Photo by Lindsay Schnebly)
“The Prince and the Pauper,” adapted by Jonathan Bolt from Mark Twain, in 2015. Pictured: Jeremy Lelliott and Doug Harvey in 2015. (Photo by Ed Krieger)
“The Train Driver” by Athol Fugard, at the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisc., through Mar. 15. Pictured: David Daniel and Michael A. Torrey. (Photo by Lila Aryan)
“The Twenty-seventh Man” by Nathan Englander, at the Old Globe in San Diego, Calif., through Mar. 22. Pictured: Robert Dorfman and James Shanklin. (Photo by Jim Cox)
“Women in Jeopardy” by Wendy MacLeod, at Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, N.Y. in 2015. Pictured: Julia Brothers, Ashley Shamoon and Jennifer Cody. (Photo by Ken Huth)
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