"Bathing in Moonlight" by Nilo Cruz, at McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, N.J., through Oct. 9. Pictured: Priscilla Lopez and Frankie J. Alvarez. (Photo by T Charles Erickson)
“Bathing in Moonlight” by Nilo Cruz, at McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, N.J., through Oct. 9. Pictured: Priscilla Lopez and Frankie J. Alvarez. (Photo by T Charles Erickson)
“Bull Shark Attack” by Troy Deutsch, at Salt Lake Acting Company in Salt Lake City,, through Oct. 16. Pictured: Cassandra Stokes-Wylie, April Fossen, and Stefan Espinosa.
“Follies,” by James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim, at the Repertory Theatre St. Louis in Mo., through Oct. 2.
“Hand to God” by Robert Askins, at Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago through Oct. 23. Pictured: Nina Ganet, Alex Weisman, Janelle Snow, and Curtis Edward Jackson.
“I Sing the Rising Sea” by Eric Schorr, at Virginia Stage Company in Norfolk, Va., through Oct. 9. Pictured: Betsy DiLellio. (Photo by Sam Flint)
“King Charles III” by Mike Bartlett, at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco through Oct. 9. Pictured: Jeanne Paulsen and Robert Joy. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“Sense and Sensibility,” adapted by Kate Hamill from Jane Austen, at Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C., through Nov. 6. Pictured: Maggie McDowell and Erin Weaver. (Photo by Teresa Wood)
“The War of The Roses” by Warren Adler, at Delaware Theater Company in Wilmington, Del., through Oct. 2. Pictured: Karen Peakes, Eric Kramer, Kerry Kristine McElrone, Brian McCann, and Jack Noseworthy. (Photo by Matt Urban of Mobius New Media)
“UBU 48” by James Rick, at Firehouse Theatre in Richmond, Va., through Oct. 22. Pictured: Foster Solomon and Kim Jones Clark.
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