"When She Had Wings" by Suzan Zeder, at Imagination Stage in Bethesda, Md., through Nov. 1. Pictured: Maggie Wilder and Pamela Christian. (Photo by Noe Todorovich)
“Awake and Sing!” by Clifford Odets, at Odyssey Theatre Ensemble in Los Angeles through Nov. 29. Pictured: James Morosini and Marilyn Fox. (Photo by Ron Sossi)
“Calendar Girls” by Tim Firth, at Georgia Ensemble Theatre in Roswell, Ga., in 2015.
“East of Eden,” adapted by Frank Galati from John Steinbeck, at Steppenwolf in Chicago through Nov. 15. Pictured: Stephen Park, Tim Hopper, Francis Guinan, and Kate Arrington. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“In Your Arms” by Stephen Flaherty, Douglas Carter Beane, Nilo Cruz, Christopher Durang, Carrie Fisher, David Henry Hwang, Rajiv Joseph, Terrence McNally, Marsha Norman, Lynn Nottage and Alfred Uhry, at the Old Globe in San Diego through Oct. 25. Pictured: Hayley Podschun and Brendon Stimson. (Photo by Carol Rosegg)
“King Lear” by William Shakespeare, at California Shakespeare Theater in Berkeley, Calif., through Oct. 11. Pictured: Anthony Heald and Kjerstine Rose Anderson. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“Man Covets Bird” by Finegan Kruckemeyer, at 24th Street Theatre in Los Angeles through Nov. 22. Pictured: Leeav Sofer and Andrew Huber. (Photo by Cooper Bates)
“Sex With Strangers” by Laura Eason, at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park through Oct. 25. Pictured: Nicholas Carrière and Nancy Lemenager.
“The Best of Enemies,” adapted by Mark St. Germain from Osha Gray Davidson, at the Colony Theatre Company in Burbank, Calif., through Oct. 18. Pictured: Larry Cedar, and Tiffany Rebecca Royale. (Photo by Michael Lamont)
“The Dumb Waiter” by Harold Pinter, at Kitchen Dog Theater in Dallas through Oct. 10. Pictured: Michael Federico and Christopher Carlos. (Photo by Andy Jacobsohn)
“The Full Monty” by Terrence McNally and David Yazbek, at the Human Race Theatre Company in Dayton, Ohio through Oct. 4.
“When She Had Wings” by Suzan Zeder, at Imagination Stage in Bethesda, Md., through Nov. 1. Pictured: Maggie Wilder and Pamela Christian. (Photo by Noe Todorovich)
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