"I'm Gonna Pray for You So Hard" by Halley Feiffer, at Kitchen Dog Theater in Dallas in 2016. Pictured: Barry Nash and Jenny Ledel. (Photo by Matt Mrozek)
“Aubergine” by Julia Cho, at Berkeley Rep in Berkeley, Calif., through March 27. Pictured: Safiya Fredericks. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“Frankenstein” adapted by Jerry Montoya from Mary Shelley, at B Street Theatre in Sacramento, Calif., through March 20. Pictured: John Lamb and Megan Wicks.
“Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years” by Emily Mann, at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn., a coproduction with Hartford Stage in Hartford, Conn., through March 13. Pictured: Brenda Pressley and Olivia Cole. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“Now You See It” by Georges Feydeau, at North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach, Calif., through March 20. Pictured: David McBean, Kern McFadden, and John Greenleaf. (Photo by Allison Minick)
“Sense and Sensibility” adapted by Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan from Jane Austen, at People’s Light in Malvern, Pa., through March 20. Pictured: Marcia Saunders and Cassandra Bissell.
“The Toxic Avenger” by Joe DiPietro and David Bryan, at Horizon Theatre Company in Atlanta, through March 13. Pictured: Austin Tijerina, Julissa Sabino, and Michael Stiggers. (Photo by Amanda Cantrell)
“The Last Match” by Anna Ziegler, at the Old Globe in San Diego, through March 13. Pictured: Natalia Payne, Alex Mickiewicz, Troian Bellisario, and Patrick J. Adams. (Photo by Jim Cox)
“I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard” by Halley Feiffer, at Kitchen Dog Theater in Dallas in 2016. Pictured: Barry Nash and Jenny Ledel. (Photo by Matt Mrozek)
“To Kill a Mockingbird” adapted by Christopher Sergel from Harper Lee, at Syracuse Stage in Syracuse, N.Y., through March 26. Pictured: Sera Bullis, Perri Gaffney, Barbra Wengerd, and Matthew Caraccioli. (Photo by Mike Davis)
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