"Dreamgirls" by Tom Eyen and Henry Krieger, at Virginia Repertory Theatre in Richmond, Va., through Aug. 7. Pictured: Desirée Roots, Zuri Washington, and Felicia Curry. (Photo by Aaron Sutten)
“Another Way Home” by Anna Ziegler, at Theater J in Washington, D.C., through July 17. Pictured: Shayna Blass. (Photo by C. Stanley Photography)
“Buyer and Cellar” by Jonathan Tolins, at Penguin Repertory Theatre in Stony Point, N.Y., through July 24. Pictured: Parker Drown. (Photo by Dorice A. Madronero)
“Dreamgirls” by Tom Eyen and Henry Krieger, at Virginia Repertory Theatre in Richmond, Va., through Aug. 7. Pictured: Desirée Roots, Zuri Washington, and Felicia Curry. (Photo by Aaron Sutten)
“Le Switch” by Philip Dawkins, at Jungle Theater in Minneapolis, through July 31. Pictured: Michael Hanna and Kasey Mahaffey. (Photo by Dan Norman)
Haley Landers, Braden Hunt, Ric Hodgin, Connor Lyon, Shondra Marie, Shanae’a Moore, Eric Domuret, Patti Lozano, Amanda Parker, and William Burke in “Little Women: The Musical,” by Louisa May Alcott, Allan Knee, Jason Howland, and Mindi Dickstein, at A.D. Players Theatre in Houston through July 10. (Photo by Jeff McMorrough-Bara Photography)
“Saturday’s Voyeur” by Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht, at Salt Lake Acting Company in Salt Lake City through Aug. 28.
“The Last Tiger in Haiti” by Jeff Augustin, at La Jolla Playhouse in La Jolla, Calif., through July 24. Pictured: Clinton Roane, Reggie D. White, Brittany Bellizeare, Jasmine St. Clair, and Andy Lucien. (Photo by Jim Carmody)
“The Village Bike” by Penelope Skinner, at Shotgun Players in San Francisco through Jan. 2017. Pictured: Kevin Clarke and Elissa Stebbins. (Photo by Pak Han)
“Time Stands Still” by Donald Margulies, at Jobsite Theater in Tampa, Fla., through July 31. Pictured: Joanna Sycz, David Jenkins, Maggie Mularz, and Brian Shea. (Photo by Pritchard Photography)
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