"Trevor," by Dan Collins and Julianne Wick Davis, at Writers Theatre in Glencoe, Ill., through Sept. 17. Pictured: Eli Tokash and cast. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“Alice: A New Musical,” by Lesley Anderson and Andrew Barbato, a coproduction of Firehouse Theatre and TheatreLAB at TheatreLAB’s The Basement in Richmond, Va., through Aug. 26. Pictured: Rachel Marrs, Mallory Keene, Caitlin Sneed, and Anne Michelle Forbes. (Photo by Tom Topinka)
“Cyrano de Bergerac,” adapted by James DeVita from Edmond Rostand, at American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisc., through Oct. 6. Pictured: James Ridge, David Daniel, Laura Rook, Danny Martinez, and Kipp Moorman. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“Newsies,” by Alan Menken, Jack Feldman, and Harvey Fierstein, presented by Pacific Conservatory Theatre at the Solvang Festival Theater in Solvang, Calif., in 2017. (Photo by Michael Collins Photography)
“F Theory” by Megan Loughran
and Alex Trow, at New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, N.J., through Sept. 24. Pictured: Trow and Loughran. (Photo by SuzAnne Barabas)
“Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime” by Constance Cox, at Peninsula Players Theatre in Fish Creek, Wisc., through Sept. 3. Pictured: Penny Slusher, Karen Janes Woditsch, Karl Hamilton, and Matt Holzfeind.
“Othello” by William Shakespeare, at Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., through Aug. 27. Pictured: Jay Whittaker and Faran Tahir. (Photo by Jennifer Reiley)
“Our Great Tchaikovsky” by Hershey Felder, at Hartford Stage in Hartford, Conn., through Aug. 27. Pictured: Felder.
“Trevor,” by Dan Collins and Julianne Wick Davis, at Writers Theatre in Glencoe, Ill., through Sept. 17. Pictured: Eli Tokash and cast. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)
“Twelfth Night” by Shakespeare, presented by
Pacific Conservatory Theater at Solvang Festival Theater in Solvang, Calif., through Sept. 10. Pictured: Timothy Paul Brown and
Karin Hendricks. (Photo by Michael Collins Photography)
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