"Ride the Cyclone" by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell, at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Pictured: Tiffany Tatreau and cast. (Photo by Liz Lauren)
“Bus Stop” by William Inge, at Bristol Riverside Theatre in Bristol, Pa., through Oct. 18. Pictured: Mark Jacoby, Jessica Wagner, and Linda Elizabeth.
“Cake Off” by Sheri Wilner, Julia Jordan, and Adam Gwon, at Signature Theatre in Arlington, Va., through Nov. 22. Pictured: Sherri Edelen and Todd Buonopane.
“Good on Paper” by George Brant, at Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities in Arvada, Colo., through Oct. 25. Pictured: Caitlin Wise, John DiAntonio, Mehry Eslaminia, and Brian Kusic. (Photo by John Gary Brown)
“Metamorphoses,” adapted by Mary Zimmerman from Ovid, at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia through Nov. 1. (Photo by Brian Sidney Bembridge)
Harry Watermeier and Geneviève Perrier in “Photograph 51” by Anna Ziegler at Lantern Theater Company in 2015. (Photo by Mark Garvin)
“Ride the Cyclone” by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell, at Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Pictured: Tiffany Tatreau and cast. (Photo by Liz Lauren)
“Sweeney Todd” by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler, at Theater Latté Da in Minneapolis, through Oct. 25. Pictured: Matthew Rubbelke and Elizabeth Hawkinson. (Photo by George Byron Griffiths)
“The (curious case of the) Watson Intelligence” by Madeleine George, at Theater Wit in Chicago through Nov. 14. Pictured: Joe Foust and Joe Dempsey.(Photo by Charles Osgood)
“The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, at the Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, Fla., through Oct. 25. Pictured: Amy Van Nostrand and Andrea Lynn Green.
“What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” by Raymond Carver, at Book-It Repertory Theatre in Seattle through Oct. 18. Pictured: Andrew DeRycke, Tracey Hyland, Carol Roscoe, and Kevin McKeon.
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