"Cuba Libre" by Tiempo Libre, Carlos Lacámara, and Jorge Gómez, at Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland, Ore., through Nov.8. (Photo by John Rudoff)
“Cuba Libre” by Tiempo Libre, Carlos Lacámara, and Jorge Gómez, at Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland, Ore., through Nov.8. (Photo by John Rudoff)
“I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti,” adapted by Jacques Lamarre from Giulia Melucci, at Florida Repertory Theatre in Fort Myers, Fla., through Nov. 1. Pictured: Michelle Damato.
“Luna Gale” by Rebecca Gilman, at Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Ky., through Oct. 25. Pictured: Wendy Rich Stetson and Gregory Maupin. (Photo by Bill Brymer)
“The Hunchback of Seville” by Charise Castro Smith, a coproduction of Know Theatre of Cincinnati and University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music/Drama Division, through Oct. 24. Pictured: Colleen Ladrick. (Photo by Daniel R. Winters)
“One Man, Two Guvnors,” adapted from Carlo Goldoni by Richard Bean and Grant Olding, at the Alley Theatre in Houston through Nov. 1.
“Recent Tragic Events” by Craig Wright, at Harlequin Productions in Olympia, Wash., through Oct. 24.
“Rock ‘N’ Roll Cinderella” by Stephanie Temple, at New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco through Oct. 18.
“The Cheats” by Hamish Linklater, at Steep Theatre Company in Chicago through Nov. 7. Pictured: Brad Akin and Peter Moore. (Photo by Gregg Gilman)
“The Explorers Club” by Nell Benjamin, at Meadow Brook Theatre in Rochester Hills, Mich., through Nov. 1. Pictured: Lucas Wells. (Photo by Rick Smith)
“The Nance” by Douglas Carter Beane, at the New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco through Nov. 1. Pictured: Brian Herndon and P.A. Cooley. (Photo by Lois Tema)
“Truck Stop” by Lachlan Philpott, at Crowded Fire Theater in San Francisco, through Oct. 24. Pictured: Chelsea Looy, Jessica Lynn Carroll, and Jamie Asdorian. (Photo by Mellopix.com)
“Veils” by Tom Coash, at Barrington Stage Company in Barrington, Mass., through Oct. 18. Pictured: Donnetta Lavinia Grays and Hend Ayoub. (Photo by Kevin Sprague)
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