"Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare, at Dallas Theater Center in Dallas, through Feb. 28. Pictured: Kerry Warren and Jake Horowitz. (Photo by Karen Almond)
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Shakespeare, at the Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C., through March 6. Pictured: Desmond Bing, Kim Wong, Betsy Mugavero, Adam Wesley Brown, Eric Hissom, and Caroline Stefanie Clay. (Photo by Teresa Wood)
“As You Like It” by Shakespeare, at Center Stage in Baltimore, through Feb. 14. Pictured: Julia Coffey, Sofia Jean Gomez, and the cast. (Photo by Richard Anderson)
“Blue Sky” by Clare Bayley, at Burning Coal Theatre Company in Raleigh, N.C., through Feb. 14. Pictured: John Allore and Shannon Malone. (Photo by the Right Image Photography)
“Bridge to Terabithia” by Katherine Paterson, Stephanie S. Tolan, and Steve Liebman, at Main Street Theatre in Houston, through Feb.21. Pictured: Leslie Lenert and Will Ritchie.
“Constellations” by Nick Payne, at Seattle Repertory Theatre in Seattle, through Feb. 27. Pictured: Alexandra Tavares and Max Gordon Moore. (Photo by Alan Alabastro)
“I and You” by Lauren Gunderson, at Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville, Ga., through Feb. 21. Pictured: Devon Hales and J.L. Reed. (Photo by Chris Bartelski)
“Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare, at Dallas Theater Center in Dallas, through Feb. 28. Pictured: Kerry Warren and Jake Horowitz. (Photo by Karen Almond)
“Sagittarius Ponderosa” by MJ Kaufman, at New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco, through Feb. 28. Pictured: Matthew Hannon and SK Kerastas. (Photo by Lois Tema)
“The Fantasticks” by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, at Cider Mill Playhouse in Endicott, N.Y., through Feb. 14. Pictured: Keara Byron and Matt Madden. (Photo by George Cannon)
“Peter and the Starcatcher” by Rick Elice and Wayne Barker, at Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Ky., through Feb. 21. Pictured: Therese Barbato and Seth Clayton. (Photo by Bill Brymer)
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