"The Fisherman's Wife" by Steve Yockey, at Know Theatre in Cincinnati, Ohio, through July 16. Pictured: Eileen Earnest and Andrew Ian Adams. (Photo by Dan R. Winters Photography)
“American Idiot” by Billie Joe Armstrong and Michael Mayer, at Firehouse Theatre in Richmond, Va., through July 23. Pictured: John Mincks and Anna Rose. (Photo by Andrew Bonniwell)
“Buyer and Cellar” by Jonathan Tolins, at ZACH Theatre in Austin, Texas, through Aug. 14. Pictured: J. Robert Moore.
“The Fisherman’s Wife” by Steve Yockey, at Know Theatre in Cincinnati, Ohio, through July 16. Pictured: Eileen Earnest and Andrew Ian Adams. (Photo by Dan R. Winters Photography)
“Grey Gardens” by Doug Wright, Scott Frankel, and Michael Korie, at Company of Fools in Hailey, Idaho, through July 20. Pictured: Tess Worstel and Jonathan Alexander Young.
“An Ideal Husband” by Oscar Wilde, at American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisc., in 2016. Pictured: Jennifer Latimore and cast. (Photo by Liz Lauren)
“Macbeth” by William Shakespeare, at the Old Globe in San Diego through July 24. Pictured: Jonathan Cake and Marsha Stephanie Blake. (Photo by Jim Cox)
“Master Harold…and the boys” by Athol Fugard, at Aurora Theatre Company in Berkeley, Calif., through July 17. Pictured: Andrew Humann, L. Peter Callender, and Adrian Roberts.
“Peter and the Starcatcher” by Rick Elice, at Connecticut Repertory Theatre in Storrs, Conn., through July 2. Pictured: Greg Webster, Jason Bohon, and Raegan Roberts. (Photo by Gerry Goodstein)
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