"The Velveteen Rabbit" adapted by Burgess Clark from Margery Williams, at Boston Children's Theatre through Dec. 20. Pictured: Faye Giordano-Niland and Tristan Sullivan. (Photo by Sublime Photo Art)
“Art Dog” adapted by John Olive and Susan Ennis from Thacher Hurd, at Salt Lake Acting Company in Salt Lake City through Dec. 23. Pictured: Olivia Custodio. (Photo by Rick Egan)
“As You Like It” by William Shakespeare, at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company in Cincinnati, Ohio through Dec. 12.
“Billy Elliot the Musical” by Elton John and Lee Hall, at Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter, Fla., through Dec. 20. (Photo by Alicia Donelan)
“Emma” adapted by Paul Gordon from Jane Austen, at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, Calif. through Jan 2. Pictured: Leigh Ann Larkin, Lianne Marie Dobbs, and Brian Herndon. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“The Heidi Chronicles” by Wendy Wasserstein, at Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, R.I. through Jan. 3. Pictured: Anna Miles, Angela Brazil, Ashley Monique Butler, and Rebecca Gibel. (Photo by Mark Turek)
“The Three Musketeers (The Later Years): A Musical Panto” by Kathryn Petersen and Michael Ogborn, at People’s Light in Malvern, Pa. Pictured: Dito Van Reigersberg and Mark Lazar. (Photo by Mark Garvin)
“The Wiz” by Charlie Smalls and William F. Brown, at Burning Coal Theatre in Raleigh, N.C. through Dec. 20. Pictured: Carly Jones. (Photo by The Right Image Photography)
“This Is the Week That Is” written and performed by Aimé Donna Kelly, Dave Jadico, Alex Bechtel, Jennifer Childs, Sean Close, Justin Jain, and Don Montrey, at 1812 Productions in Philadelphia through Dec. 31. (Photo by Mark Garvin)
“The Velveteen Rabbit” adapted by Burgess Clark from Margery Williams, at Boston Children’s Theatre through Dec. 20. Pictured: Faye Giordano-Niland and Tristan Sullivan. (Photo by Sublime Photo Art)
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