"I Was Most Alive With You" by Craig Lucas, at Huntington Theatre Company in Boston through June 26. Pictured: Marianna Bassham and Russell Harvard. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“36 Views” by Naomi Iizuka, at Lantern Theater Company in Philadelphia, through June 26. Pictured: David Pica and Bi Jean Ngo.
“Alice in Wonderland,” adapted by Peter Hinton from Lewis Carroll, at Shaw Festival Theatre in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, through Oct. 16. (Photo by David Cooper)
“Blackberry Winter” by Steve Yockey, at Kitchen Dog Theater in Dallas, through June 26. Pictured: Rhonda Boutté, Karen Parrish, and Martha Harms. (Photo by Matt Mzorek)
“District Merchants” by Aaron Posner, at Folger Theatre in Washington D.C., through July 3. Pictured: Celeste Jones and Maren Bush. (Photo by Teresa Wood)
“I Was Most Alive With You” by Craig Lucas, at Huntington Theatre Company in Boston through June 26. Pictured: Marianna Bassham and Russell Harvard. (Photo by T. Charles Erickson)
“Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck, at Serenbe Playhouse in Chattahoochee Hills, Ga., through June 26. Pictured: Daniel Parvis and Blake Burgess. (Photo by BreeAnne Clowdus)
“Rock of Ages” by Chris D’Arienzo, at Center REPertory Theatre in Walnut Creek, Calif., through June 25. Pictured: Tiiu Eva Rebane, Tyce Green, Elizabeth Curtis, Yuliya Eydelnant, Tracy Freeman, Tielle Baker, and Jesse Cortez. (Photo by Alessandra Mello)
“Steel Magnolias” by Robert Harling, a coproduction of Cleveland Play House and Playhouse Square, through Aug. 21. Pictured: Devon Caraway, Allison Layman, Elizabeth Meadows Rouse, and Charlotte Booker. (Photo by Roger Mastrioanni)
“Xanadu” by Douglas Carter Beane, Jeff Lynne, and John Farrer, at American Theater Company in Chicago through July 17. Pictured: Karla L. Beard, Landree Fleming, and Missy Aguilar. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
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