"A Thousand Splendid Suns," adapted by Ursula Rani Sarma from Khaled Hosseini, at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, in 2017. Pictured: Nadine Malouf, Barzin Akhavan, and Denmo Ibrahim. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“A Thousand Splendid Suns,” adapted by Ursula Rani Sarma from Khaled Hosseini, at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, in 2017. Pictured: Nadine Malouf, Barzin Akhavan, and Denmo Ibrahim. (Photo by Kevin Berne)
“An Iliad” by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’ Hare, at Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, in Boulder, Colo., through Feb. 26. Pictured: Chris Kendall. (Photo by Michael Ensminger)
“Black Light” by Jomama Jones, at Penumbra Theatre Company in St. Paul, Minn., through Feb. 12. (Photo by Angela Jimenez)
“Daniel’s Husband” by Michael McKeever, at New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco, through Feb. 26. Pictured: Michael Monagle, Christine Macomber, and Daniel Redmond. (Photo by Lois Tema)
“Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook,” adapted by Allison Gregory from Barbara Park, at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte in 2017. Pictured: Leslie Ann Giles, Kayla Piscatelli, and Ericka Ross.
“Sweeney Todd,” by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler, at Olney Theatre Center in Olney, Md., in 2017. (Photo by Stan Barouh)
“The Boatwright” by Bo Wilson, at Firehouse Theatre in Richmond, Va., through March 4. Pictured: Tyler Stevens and David Bridgewater. (Photo by Bill Sigafoos)
“The Other Place” by Sharr White, at Next Act Theatre in Milwaukee through Feb. 26. Pictured: Cristina Panfilio, Todd Denning, Deborah Staples, and Di’Monte Henning. (Photo by Ross Zentner)
“White Guy on the Bus” by Bruce Graham, at Delaware Theatre Company in Wilmington, Del., through Feb. 19. Pictured: Robert Cuccioli and Danielle Leneé. (Photo by Matt Urban, Mobius New Media)
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