"The Secretaries" by the Five Lesbian Brothers, at About Face Theatre in Chicago, through June 12. Pictured: Kelli Simpkins, Sadieh Rifai, Meghan Reardon, Lauren Sivak, and Erin Barlow. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“Antony and Cleopatra” by Shakespeare, at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company in Cincinnati, Ohio, through June 4. Pictured: Aiden Sims, Chantal Jean-Pierre, and Nicholas Rose. (Photo by Mikki Schaffner Photography)
“Broken Codes”by Marcia Custer, Eric M. C. Gonzalez, Lauren Joy Fraley, Christopher Hisey, Val Kozlenko, Ryan Lucas, Jeremy Paul, and Pandora Robertson, at Theater Ninjas in Cleveland, through May 21. Pictured: Minor Cline, Taylor Tucker, and Valerie C. Kilmer.
“Death of A Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf” by Tim Sniffen, at Writers Theatre in Glencoe, Ill., through July 31. Pictured: Karen Janes Woditsch and John Hoogenakker. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“I’m Not Rappaport” by Herb Gardner, at Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville, Ga., through June 5. Pictured: Kenny Raskin and Rob Cleveland. (Photo by Chris Bartelski)
“My Paris” by Charles Aznavour, Alfred Uhry, and Jason Robert Brown, at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn., through May 29. Pictured: Bobby Steggert and Mara Davi. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“The Desire of The Astronaut” by Alvan Colón-Lespier, at Pregones Theater in New York City, through May 22. (Photo by Marisol Díaz)
“The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord” by Scott Carter, at Northlight Theatre in Skokie, Ill., through June 12. Pictured: Nathan Hosner, Mark Montgomery, and Jeff Parker. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“The Most Dangerous Highway in the World” by Kevin Artigue, at Golden Thread Productions in San Francisco, through May 29. Pictured: Kiran Patel and Davern Wright. (Photo by David Allen Studio)
“The Secretaries” by the Five Lesbian Brothers, at About Face Theatre in Chicago, through June 12. Pictured: Kelli Simpkins, Sadieh Rifai, Meghan Reardon, Lauren Sivak, and Erin Barlow. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
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