"The Fix" by John Dempsey and Dana P. Rowe, at Signature Theatre in D.C., through Sept. 20.
“Bad Jews” by Joshua Harmon, at Theater Wit in Chicago through Oct. 4. Pictured: Erica Bittner, Laura Lapidus, Ian Paul Custer, and Cory Kahane. (Photo by Charles Osgood)
“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” by Tennessee Williams, at Triad Stage in Greensboro, N.C., through Sept. 20. Pictured: Christina DeCicco, Patrick Ball, and John O’Creagh.
Shotgun Players’ 2015 production of ‘Eurydice’ by Sarah Ruhl in Berkeley, Calif. Pictured: Megan Trout and James Carpenter.
“Mud Blue Sky” by Marisa Wegrzyn, at Aurora Theatre in Berkeley, Calif., through Sept. 27. Pictured: Devin O’Brien and Jamie Jones. (Photo by David Allen)
“The Country House” by Donald Margulies, at TheatreWorks in Mountain View, Calif., through Sept. 20. Pictured: Kimberly King, Marcia Pizzo, Jason Kuykendall, and Roselyn Hallett. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“The Fix” by John Dempsey and Dana P. Rowe, at Signature Theatre in D.C., through Sept. 20.
“The Flick” by Annie Baker, at Gloucester Stage in Gloucester, Mass., through Sept. 12. Pictured: Nael Nacer and Melissa Jesser. (Photo by Gary Ng)
“The Lion” by Benjamin Scheuer, at Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Lowell, Mass., through Sept. 20. Pictured: Scheuer. (Photo by Matthew Murphy)
“The Price” by Arthur Miller, at TimeLine Theatre Company in Chicago through Nov. 22. Pictured: Roderick Peeples, Kymberly Mellen, Mike Nussbaum, and Bret Tuomi. (Photo by Lara Goetsch)
“The Producers” by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, at Charleston Stage in Charleston, S.C. in 2015. Pictured: Jesse Siak and cast.
“The Shoplifters” by Morris Panych, at 1812 Productions in Philadelphia through Sept. 20. Pictured: Mary Martello and Johnnie Hobbs Jr.
“Violet” by Jeanine Tesori and Brian Crawley, at San Diego Repertory Theatre through Sept. 13. Pictured: Jacob Caltrider, Hannah Corrigan, and Rhett George. (Photo by Daren Scott)
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