"The Ghastly Dreadfuls" by Jon Ludwig and Jason Hines, at Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta through Oct. 31.
“Clown Bar” by Adam Szymkowicz, at the NOLA Project in New Orleans, in 2015. Pictured: Clint Johnson and Alec Barnes. (Photo by John Barrois)
“Dracula” by Mac Wellman, at Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company in Houston through Oct. 31. Pictured: Patricia Duran and Christie Guidry. (Photo by Killy Chavez)
“Empanada Loca” by Aaron Mark, at Labyrinth Theatre Company in New York City through Nov. 8. Pictured: Daphne Rubin-Vega. (Photo by Monique Carboni)
“Ghosts” by Henrik Ibsen, at THEATREWORKS in Colorado Springs, Colo., through Nov. 8.
“Her Murder Ballad” by Tricklock Performance Laboratory at Tricklock Theatre Company in Albuquerque N.M., through Nov. 14.
“Mariposa Nocturna” by Stephanie Diaz, at 16th Street Theater in Berwyn, Ill. through Nov.1. (Photo by Joe Mazza/brave lux)
“Ripcord” by David Lindsay-Abaire, at Manhattan Theatre Club in New York City, through Dec. 5. Pictured: Marylouise Burke, Holland Taylor, and Daoud Heidami. (Photo by Joan Marcus)
“Silence! The Musical, the unauthorized parody of The Silence of the Lambs” by Hunter Bell and Jon and Al Kaplan, at Jobsite Theater in Tampa, Fla., through Nov. 15.
“Smoke and Mirrors” by Albie Selznick, at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles through Dec. 20. Pictured: Michael Heiman, Selznick, and Kyle Bryan. (Photo by Lisa Bevis)
“The Ghastly Dreadfuls” by Jon Ludwig and Jason Hines, at Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta through Oct. 31.
“The Ghosts of Sleepy Hollow,” adapted by Philip Schaeffer from Washington Irving, at Dallas Children’s Theater through Oct. 30. Pictured: Grace Woodmansee, Francesca Wilmer (top), and Georgia Rose.
“The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe,” adapted by David Rice from Edgar Allan Poe, at First Folio Theatre in Oak Brook, Ill., through Nov. 7. (Photo by D. Rice)
“The Terrible” by Morgan McNaught, a production from The New Colony at The Den Theatre in Chicago through Nov. 21. Pictured: Andrew Hobgood, Jessica London-Shields, Shariba Rivers, and Chris Fowler. (Photo by Evan Hanover)
“Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story” by Stephen Dolginoff, at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater in Wellfleet, Mass., through Nov. 8. Pictured: Adam Berry and Ben Berry. (Photo by Michael Karchmer and Suz Karchmer)
“Wait Until Dark,” adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from Frederick Knott, at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, in Colorado Springs, Colo., through Nov. 1.
“We All Fall Down” by BareBones Productions, at Hidden Falls Regional Park in Minneapolis through Oct. 31. (Photo by Satya Varghese Mac)
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