"To Kill a Mockingbird," adapted by Christopher Sergel from Harper Lee, at Trinity Rep in Providence, R.I., through April 3. (Photo by Mark Turek)
“Fast Company” by Carla Ching, at Lyric Stage Company in Boston, through March 27. Pictured: Tyler Simahk, Michael Hisamoto, Theresa Nguyen, and Lin-Ann Ching Kocar. (Photo by Nerys Powell)
“Goodnight Moon” adapted by Chad Henry from the book by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd, at Childsplay in Tempe, Ariz., through April 10. Pictured: Chanel Bragg, Tommy Strawser, and Michelle Chin. (Photo by Tim Trumble Photo)
“Peter and the Starcatcher” by Rick Elice, at Georgia Ensemble Theatre in Roswell, Ga., through March 13. (Photo by Dan Carmody/Studio7)
“Sex With Strangers” by Laura Eason, at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, through April 10. Pictured: Stephen Louis Grush and Rebecca Pidgeon. (Photo by Michael Lamont)
“The Sam Cooke Story” by Nate Jacobs, at Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe in Sarasota, Fla., through April 9. Pictured: Cecil Washington Jr. and Carmilla Harris. (Photo by Don Daly Photo)
“The Whale” by Samuel D. Hunter, at Unicorn Theatre in Kansas City, Mo., through March 27. Pictured: Jacob Aaron Cullum and Phil Fiorini.
“Tempest Redux” by Shakespeare, at Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles, through April 10. Pictured: Briana Price, Jack Stehlin, and Shea Donovan. (Photo by Enci Box)
“To Kill a Mockingbird,” adapted by Christopher Sergel from Harper Lee, at Trinity Rep in Providence, R.I., through April 3. (Photo by Mark Turek)
“We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884–1915” by Jackie Sibblies Drury, at PlayMakers Repertory Company, in Chapel Hill, N.C., through March 13. Pictured: Schuyler Scott Mastain, Genesis Oliver, Myles Bullock, and Nathaniel Kent. (Photo by Jon Gardiner)
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