"Baby Screams Miracle" by Clare Barron, at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., through Feb. 26. Pictured: Sarah Marshall, Kate Eastwood Norris, Caroline Rilette, Cody Nickell, and Caroline Dubberly. (Photo by Scott Suchman)
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare, at Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, R.I., through March 24. Pictured: Rebecca Gibel and Daniel Duque-Estrada. (Photo by Mark Turek)
“Baby Screams Miracle” by Clare Barron, at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., through Feb. 26. Pictured: Sarah Marshall, Kate Eastwood Norris, Caroline Rilette, Cody Nickell, and Caroline Dubberly. (Photo by Scott Suchman)
“Flora & Ulysses,” adapted by John Glore from Kate DiCamillo, at South Coast Repertory Theatre in Costa Mesa, Calif., through Feb. 19.
“Lumberjacks in Love,” by Fred Alley and James Kaplan, at Penobscot Theatre Company in Bangor, Maine, through Feb. 19. Pictured: Matt Madore, Brianne Beck, Brad LaBree, Ben Layman, Heather Astbury-Libby, and Cory Osborne. (Photo by Magnus Stark)
“Outside Mullingar” by John Patrick Shanley, at Clarence Brown Theatre in Knoxville, Tenn., in 2017. Pictured: Katie Cunningham and Richard Price. (Photo by Brynn Yeager)
“Porgy and Bess,” by George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward, and Ira Gershwin, at Ensemble Theatre Company in Santa Barbara, Calif., through Feb. 26. Pictured: Frank Lawson, LeSean Lewis, Karole Foreman, KB Solomon, Phillip Brandon, Elijah Rock, Davon Williams, and Aaron Braxton. (Photo by David Bazemore)
“Posterity” by Doug Wright, at Nashville Repertory Theatre through Feb. 25. Pictured: Patrick Waller and Ruth Cordell.
“The Highwaymen” by Josh Wilder, at Minnesota History Theatre in St. Paul, Minn., through Feb. 26. Pictured: Darrick Mosley, Kevin D. West, and Peter Thomson. (Photo by Scott Pakudaitis)
“The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov, at EgoPo Classic Theater in Philadelphia through Feb. 19. Pictured: Melanie Julian, Aaron Cromie, Steph Iozzia, Eric Kramer, Anna Zaida Scannell Szapiro, Dane Eissler, Kirsten Quinn, Mark B. Knight, and Ed Swidey.
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