"A Midsummer Night's Dream" by Shakespeare, a coproduction with Peregrine Theatre Ensemble at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, in Wellfleet, Mass., through April 3. Pictured: Amanda Cate Fuller, Nathan Winkelstein, Claire Tyers, and Ben Berry. (Photo by Michael & Suz Karchmer)
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Shakespeare, a coproduction with Peregrine Theatre Ensemble at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, in Wellfleet, Mass., through April 3. Pictured: Amanda Cate Fuller, Nathan Winkelstein, Claire Tyers, and Ben Berry. (Photo by Michael & Suz Karchmer)
“after all the terrible things i do” by A. Rey Pamatmat, at About Face Theatre in Chicago, through April 10. Pictured: Colin Sphar and Lisa Tejero. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“Around the World in 80 Days” adapted by Mark Brown from Jules Verne, at the Alley Theatre in Houston, through April 3. Pictured: Evan Zes.
“American Song” by Joanna Murray-Smith, at Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Pictured: James DeVita. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“Bootycandy” by Robert O’Hara, at SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston, through April 9. Pictured: Maurice Emmanuel Parent and Tiffany Nichole Green. (Photo by Glenn Perry Photography)
“Colossal” by Andrew Hinderaker, at San Francisco Playhouse through April 30. Pictured: Cameron Matthews (center) and the cast. (Photo by Jessica Palopoli)
“Into the Woods” by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, at Aurora Theatre in Atlanta, through April 17. Pictured: Caroline Arapoglou. (Photo by Chris Bartelski )
“Roof of the World” by D. Tucker Smith, at Kansas City Repertory Theatre in Kansas City, Mo., through March 27. (Photo by Don Ipock)
“Two Trains Running” by August Wilson, at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia, through April 10. Pictured: Johnnies Hobbs, Jr., Darian Dauchan, Lakisha May, and Damien J. Wallace. (Photo by Mark Garvin)
“Violet” by Jeanine Tesori and Brian Crawley, at ArtsWest in Seattle, through April 3. (Photo by Michael Brunk)
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