"Sister Act," by Bill and Cheri Steinkellner, Douglas Carter Beane, Glenn Slater, and Alan Menken, at Charleston Stage Company in Charleston, S.C., through April 30. Pictured: Lara Allred, Aleah Vassell, and Camille Corinne.
“Brighton Beach Memoirs” by Neil Simon, at Theater J in Washington, D.C., in 2017. Pictured: Cole Sitilides, Susan Rome, Michael Glenn, Eli Pendry, Lise Bruneau, Marie-Josée Bourelly, and Sarah Kathryn Makl. (Photo by Teresa Wood)
“Hand to God” by Robert Askins, at Dobama Theatre in Cleveland through May 21. Pictured: Luke Wehner. (Photo by Steve Wagner Photography)
“Mary’s Wedding” by Stephen Massicotte, at Portland Center Stage at the Armory in Portland, Ore., through May 28. Pictured: Lexi Lapp and Alex J. Gould. (Photo by Patrick Weishampel/blankeye.tv)
“Scapegoat; Or Why the Devil Always Loved Us” by Connor McNamara at the New Colony in Chicago through May 7. Pictured: Cassidy Slaughter-Mason and Barbara Figgins. (Photo by Evan Hanover)
“Shrek The Musical,” by David Lindsay-Abaire and Jeanine Tesori, at Connecticut Repertory Theatre in Storrs, Conn., through April 30. Pictured: Scott Redmond and Will Mann . (Photo by Gerry Goodstein)
“The Jungle Book,” adapted by Greg Banks from Rudyard Kipling, at Imagination Stage in Bethesda, Md., through May 28. Pictured: Latia Stokes, Ricardo Frederick Evans, and Justin Weaks. (Photo by Margot Schulman)
“The Scottsboro Boys,” by David Thompson, John Kander, and Fred Ebb, at Phoenix Theatre in Phoenix, Ariz., through April 30.
“Sister Act,” by Bill and Cheri Steinkellner, Douglas Carter Beane, Glenn Slater, and Alan Menken, at Charleston Stage Company in Charleston, S.C., through April 30. Pictured: Lara Allred, Aleah Vassell, and Camille Corinne.
“Uncanny Valley” by Thomas Gibbons, at International City Theatre in Long Beach, Calif., through May 7. Pictured: Jacob Sidney and Susan Denaker. (Photo by Steven Georges)
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