"Heathers: The Musical" by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O'Keefe, a Kokandy Productions show at Theater Wit in Chicago, through April 24. Pictured: Rochelle Therrien and Haley Jane Schafer. (Photo by Emily Schwartz)
“Bridge & Tunnel” by Sarah Jones, at Indiana Repertory Theatre in Indianapolis through May 1. Pictured: Milicent Wright. (Photo by Zach Rosin)
“Carousel” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, at Serenbe Playhouse in Chattahoochee Hills, Ga., through April 10. Pictured: Brittany Ellis and cast. (Photo by BreeAnne Clowdus)
Brenda Pressley and Olivia Cole in “Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years” by Emily Mann, at Connecticut’s Hartford Stage in 2016. (Photo by T Charles Erickson)
“Heathers: The Musical” by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O’Keefe, a Kokandy Productions show at Theater Wit in Chicago, through April 24. Pictured: Rochelle Therrien and Haley Jane Schafer. (Photo by Emily Schwartz)
“Falling Out of Time” adapted by Derek Goldman from David Grossman, at Theater J in Washington, D.C., through April 17. Pictured: Michael Russotto and Edward Christian.
“Love Letters” by A.R. Gurney, at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn. in 2016. Pictured: Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“Pelicans” by Eric Yokomori, at Kumu Kahua Theatre in Honolulu, Hawaii, through April 24. Pictured: Randall Galius Jr, Lisa Ann Katagiri Bright, Jonathan Fenis Saavedra, Austin Sunderman, and Brandon DiPaola.
“Rain” by Michael John LaChiusa and Sybille Pearson, based on the short story by Somerset Maugham, at the Old Globe in San Diego, through May 1. Pictured: Marie-France Arcilla, Elizabeth A. Davis, and Betsy Morgan. (Photo by Jim Cox)
“Sweeney Todd” by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler, at PlayMakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, N.C., through April 23. Pictured: Annie Golden and David St. Louis.
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