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"Landladies" by Sharyn Rothstein, at Northlight Theatre in Skokie, Ill., through April 20. Pictured: Shanesia Davis and Leah Karpel. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)

March 2019 Onstage

From a virtual reality world to a funeral parlor, from Pittsburgh’s Hill District to the classroom, check out what is onstage near you.

Here's what's playing this month at TCG theatres nationwide. For the most up-to-date information about performance schedules, contact the theatre or visit Theatre Profiles.

Discounted tickets are available to TCG Individual Members for performances at participating theatres, marked here with an orange dot . Please check with each theatre for performance times, ticket discounts, and ticket availability. Present your TCG membership card to receive ticket discounts. Theatre participation is subject to change. For information on becoming an Individual Member, see

“Our Town” by Thornton Wilder, at Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery, Ala., through April 27. (Photo by Shannon Heupel)


Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, (334) 271-5353,
Our Town,
Thornton Wilder; dir: Bruce Longworth. Thru Apr 27.
Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare; dir: Rick Dildine. Thru Apr 28.
Steel Magnolias, Robert Harling; dir: Rick Dildine. Mar 21-May 5.


• Cyrano’s Theatre Company, Anchorage, (907) 274-2599,
Evil Dead, the Musical,
book, music, lyrics: George Reinblatt; music: Christopher Bond, Frank Cipolla, Melissa Morris; dir: Warren Weinstein. Thru Mar 3.
Tea for Three, Elaine Bromka. Mar 29-Apr 21.

“The Secret in the Wings” by Mary Zimmerman, at the Rogue Theatre in Tucson, Ariz., through March 17. Pictured: Bryn Booth and Matt Walley. (Photo by Tim Fuller)


Arizona Theatre Company, Tucson, (520) 622-2823,
Two Trains Running (Phoenix),
August Wilson; dir: Lou Bellamy. Thru Mar 3.
American Mariachi (Tucson), José Cruz González; dir: Christopher Acebo. Mar 9-30.

• Childsplay, Tempe, (602) 252-8497,
And in this Corner: Cassius Clay,
Idris Goodwin. Thru Mar 3.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, adapt: Jonathan Rockefeller. Mar 17-Apr 21.

• Invisible Theatre Co, Tucson, (520) 882-9721,
A Conversation With Edith Head,
Paddy Calistro, Susan Claassen. Thru Mar 2.

iTheatre Collaborative, Phoenix, (602) 252-8497,
Peter Morgan; dir: Rosemary Close. Mar 29-Apr 13.

The Rogue Theatre, Tucson, (520) 551-2053,
Tales of the Jazz Age,
adapt: Cynthia Meier (also dir) from F. Scott Fitzgerald; music: Mary Turcotte. Thru Jul 14.
The Secret in the Wings, Mary Zimmerman; dir: Cynthia Meier. Thru Mar 17.

Southwest Shakespeare Co, Mesa, (480) 644-6500,
Taming of the Shrew,
Shakespeare. Thru Mar 9.
As You Like It, Shakespeare; dir: Quinn Mattfeld. Thru Mar 9.


TheatreSquared, Fayetteville, (479) 443-5600,
The Wolves,
Sarah Delappe. Thru Mar 24.
Arkansas New Play Festival, Mar 28-Apr 7.

“Black Super Hero Magic Mama” by Inda Craig-Galván, at Geffen Playhouse Theater in Los Angeles, through April 14. Pictured: Daryl C. Brown and Cynthia Kaye McWilliams. (Photo by Chris Whitaker)


• 24th Street Theatre Company, Los Angeles, (213) 745-6516,
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane,
adapt: Dwayne Hartford; dir: Jane McEneaney. Thru May 19.

• 6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa,
Million Dollar Quartet,
adapt: Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux. Thru Mar 17.
The Revolutionists, Lauren Gunderson; dir: Lennie Dean. Mar 15-Apr 7.

American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco, (415) 749-2228,
Her Portmanteau,
Mfoniso Odufia; dir: Victor Malana Maog. Thru Apr 14.
The Great Leap, Lauren Yee; dir: Lisa Peterson. Mar 6-31.

Antaeus Theatre Company, Glendale, (818) 506-1983,
The Cripple of Inishmaan,
Martin McDonagh; dir: Steven Robman. Thru Mar 11.

• Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley, (510) 843-4822,
Anna Ziegler; dir: Tracy Ward. Mar 8-Apr 21.

• Berkeley Repertory Theatre, (510) 647-2949,
dir: Mary Zimmerman. Thru Mar 10. Co-production with Guthrie Theater, MN
Home, Geoff Sobelle; dir: Lee Sunday Evans. Mar 22-Apr 21.

California Repertory Company, Long Beach, (562) 985-5526,
A Live Mixtape,
Tahirih Moeller; dir: Bruce A. Lemon, Jr. Mar 14-23.
The Revolutionists, Lauren Gunderson; dir: Jessica Hanna. Mar 21-29.

Capital Stage Company, Sacramento, (916) 995-5464,
Qui Nguyen. Mar 13-Apr 14.

Center Repertory Company, Walnut Creek, (925) 943-7469,
The Diary of Anne Frank,
adapt: Wendy Kesselman from Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett; dir: Timothy Near. Mar 29-Apr 28.

Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles, (213) 972-4400,
Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella,
dir: Matthew Bourne. Thru Mar 10.
“Lackawanna Blues”, Ruben Santiago- Hudson (also dir); music: Bill Sims Jr. Mar 5-Apr 21.
Block Party, Mar 7-Apr 28.

Central Works, Berkeley,
Thru Mar 17.

Chance Theater, Anaheim, (888) 455-4212,
Lizzie, The Musical,
book and lyrics: Tim Maner; music and lyrics: Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer; music: lan Stevens Hewitt; dir: Jocelyn A. Brown. Thru Mar 3.
Roald Dahl’s James and The Giant Peach, book: Timothy Allen McDonald; music and lyrics: Benj Pasek, Justin Paul; dir: Darryl B. Hovis. Thru Mar 3.

• City Lights Theater Company, San Jose,
Sarah Ruhl; dir: Lisa Mallette. Mar 14-Apr 14.

Coachella Valley Repertory, Rancho Mirage, (760) 296-2966,
Richard Nelson; lyrics: Tim Rice; music: Benny Anderson, Bjorn Uivaeus; dir: Ron Celona. Mar 13-31.

Company of Angels, Los Angeles,
LA Views,
Playwrights Group. Mar 15-Apr 15.

Cornerstone Theater Co, Los Angeles, (213) 613-1700,
Change 1: the Watts Residency,
Nancy Keystone (also dir). Mar 29-Apr 7.

The Custom Made Theatre Company, San Francisco,
American Hero,
Bess Wohl; dir: Allie Moss. Mar 7-Apr 6.

Cygnet Theatre Company, San Diego, (619) 337-1525,
Angels in America – Part One: Millennium Approaches,
Tony Kushner; dir: Sean Murray. Mar 6-Apr 20.
Angels in America – Part Two: Perestroika, Tony Kushner; dir: Sean Murray. Mar 6-Apr 20.

Dell’Arte International, Blue Lake, (707) 668-5663,
Keep the Fires Burning Cabaret,
Mar 22-23.
Melodrama, Mar 28-30.

• Diversionary Theatre, San Diego, (619) 220-0097,
The Hour of Great Mercy,
Miranda Rose Hall; dir: Rosina Reynolds. Thru Mar 3.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, book: John Cameron Mitchell; music and lyrics: Stephen Trask; dir: Matt M. Morrow. Mar 21-Apr 21.

Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles, (310) 208-5454,
Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole,
Colman Domingo, Patricia McGregor (also dir). Thru Mar 10.
Black Super Hero Magic Mama, Inda Craig-Galván; dir: Robert O’Hara. Mar 5-Apr 14.

Golden Thread Productions, San Francisco, (415) 626-4061,
What Do the Women Say?,
Mar 8.

International City Theatre, Long Beach, (562) 436-4610,
Life Could Be A Dream,
Roger Bean. Thru Mar 10.

λ La Jolla Playhouse, (858) 550-1010,
book and lyrics: Joe DiPietro; music and lyrics: David Bryan; dir: Christopher Ashley. Thru Mar 31.

Laguna Playhouse, Laguna Beach, (949) 497-2787,
book: Peter Stone; music and lyrics: Sherman Edwards; dir: Glenn Casale. Thru Mar 17.
Heisenberg, Simon Stephens; dir: Stephanie Coltrin. Mar 27-Apr 14.

Magic Theatre, San Francisco, (415) 441-8822,
In Old Age,
Mfoniso Udofia. Mar 27-Apr 21.

• Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley, (415) 388-5208,
The Who & The What,
Ayad Akhtar; dir: Hana S. Sharif. Thru Mar 24.

Native Voices at the Autry, Los Angeles, (323) 667-2000,
On Tour: Stories From the Indian Boarding School, Native Voices Artists Ensemble; dir: Jean Bruce Scott. Thru Jun 30.
March Production TBA, Mar 6-24.

λ The New Conservatory Theatre Center, San Francisco, (415) 861-8972,
Mark Gerrard. Mar 1-31.

New Village Arts Theatre, Carlsbad, (760) 433-3245,
Smokey Joe’s Café: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller,
music and lyrics: Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller; dir: Tony Houck. Thru Mar 10.

A Noise Within, Pasadena, (626) 356-3100,
Shakespeare; dir: Jessica Kubzansky. Thru Apr 28.
The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams; dir: Geoff Elliott. Thru Apr 26.
Argonautika: The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts, Mary Zimmerman; dir: Julia Rodriguez-Elliott. Mar 20-May 5.

North Coast Repertory Theatre, Solana Beach, (858) 481-1055,
Moira Buffini; dir: Christopher Williams. Thru Mar 17.

λ Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, Los Angeles, (310) 477-2055,
Taylor Mac; dir: Bart DeLorenzo. Thru Mar 17.

λ The Old Globe, San Diego, (619) 234-5623,
Danai Gurira. Thru Mar 3.
Tiny Beautiful Things, book: Co-conceived by Marshall Heyman, Thomas Kail, Nia Vardalos (also adapt); dir: James Vasquez. Thru Mar 10.
Life After, book, music, lyrics: Britta Johnson; dir: Barry Edelstein. Mar 22-Apr 28.

The Pasadena Playhouse, (626) 356-7529,
Terrence McNally; lyrics: Lynn Ahrens; music: Stephen Flaherty; dir: David Lee. Thru Mar 3.

PCPA Pacific Conservatory Theatre, Santa Maria, (805) 922-8313,
The Wolves,
Sarah DeLappe. Mar 7-24.

• The Road Theatre Company, North Hollywood,
Death House,
Jason Karasev; dir: Michael Peretzian. Thru Mar 17.
Friends With Guns, Stephanie Alison Walker; dir: Randee Trabitz. Mar 15-May 12.

Sacred Fools Theater, Los Angeles,
Too Heavy for Your Pocket,
Jiréh Breon Holder; dir: Michael Shepherd. Thru Mar 2.
Tangerine Sunset, Peter Fluet; dir: JJ Mayes. Mar 8-Apr 13.

San Diego Repertory Theatre, San Diego, (619) 544-1000,
Hershey Felder Beethoven,
Hershey Felder; music: Ludwig van Beethoven; dir: Joel Zwick. Thru Mar 24.

• South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, (714) 708-5555,
Photograph 51,
Anna Ziegler; dir: Kimberly Senior. Mar 2-24.
Poor Yella Rednecks, Qui Nguyen; dir: May Adrales. Mar 30-Apr 27.

TheatreWorks, Palo Alto, (650) 463-1960,
Marie and Rosetta,
George Brant; dir: Robert Kelley. Mar 6-31.


Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities, Arvada, (720) 898-7200,
The Diary of Anne Frank,
adapt: Wendy Kesselman from Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett; dir: Christy Montour-Larson. Thru May 17.
The Moors, Jen Silverman; dir: Anthony Powell. Thru May 18.
Sin Street Social Club, Jessica Austgen; dir: Lynne Collins. Mar 15-May 19.

Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, (303) 444-SEAT,
The Rembrandt,
Jessica Dickey; dir: Stephen Weitz. Thru Mar 3.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College Theatre Company, (719) 634-5583,
Ben and the Magic Paintbrush,
Bathsheba Doran. Mar 8-Apr 7.
Hands on a Hardbody, adapt: Trey Anastasio, Amanda Green. Mar 28-Apr 14.

• Curious Theatre Company, Denver, (303) 623-0524,
Skeleton Crew,
Dominique Morisseau; dir: donnie l. betts. Mar 7-Apr 13.

Denver Center Theatre Co, (303) 893-4100,
The Whistleblower,
Itamar Moses. Thru Mar 10.

• Local Theater Company, Boulder, (303) 444-7328,
Local Lab New Play Festival 2019,
Mar 15-17.

• OpenStage Theatre & Co, Fort Collins, (970) 221-6730,
Fool for Love,
Sam Shepard; dir: James Burns. Mar 1-23.
Avenue Q, book: Jeff Whitty; music and lyrics: Robert Lopez, Jeff Marx; dir: Sydney Parks Smith. Mar 30-Apr 27.

Phamaly Theatre Company, Denver,
Morph Masters: How Disability Made Famous Artists Awesome!,
Phamaly Theatre Company; dir: Charlie Oates. Thru March 10.

• Telluride Theatre, (970) 708-7629,
Since I Dreamed,
Sasha Sullivan (also dir). Mar 7-10.
Burlesque LIVE!, dir: Sasha Sullivan. Mar 27-30.


Connecticut Repertory Theatre, Storrs, (860) 486-2113,
The Mystery of Edwin Drood,
book, music, lyrics: Rupert Holmes; dir: Paul Mullins. Thru Mar 10.
If We Were Birds, Erin Shields; dir: Helene Kvale. Mar 28-Apr 7.

Hartford Stage, (860) 527-5151,
Detroit ‘67,
Dominique Morisseau; dir: Jade King Carroll. Thru Mar 10. Co-production with McCarter Theatre Center, NJ
Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, David Goodale, Robert Goodale; dir: Sean Foley. Mar 21-Apr 14.

Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, (203) 787-4282,
Tiny Beautiful Things,
adapt: Nia Vardalos from Marshall Heyman, Thomas Kail, Nia Vardalos; dir: Ken Rus Schmoll. Thru Mar 10.
An Iliad, Denis O’Hare, Lisa Peterson; dir: Whitney White. Mar 20-Apr 14.

Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, (203) 432-1234,
Twelfth Night,
Shakespeare; dir: Carl Cofield. Mar 15-Apr 6.


Resident Ensemble Players, Newark, (302) 831-2204,
Inherit the Wind,
Jerome Lawrence, Robert E. Lee; dir: Sanford Robbins. Mar 7-24.

District of Columbia

Arena Stage, (202) 488-3300,
The Heiress,
Augustus Goetz, Ruth Goetz; dir: Seema Sueko. Thru Mar 10.
JQA, Aaron Posner (also dir). Mar 1-Apr 14.

Folger Theatre, (202) 544-7077,
Nell Gwynn,
Jessica Swale; dir: Robert Richmond. Thru Mar 10.

GALA Hispanic Theatre, (202) 234-7174,
El viejo, el joven y el mar (The Old Man, the Youth, and the Sea),
Irma Correa; dir: José Luis Arellano. Thru Mar 3.
Picasso, Cornelia Cody (also dir). Mar 9-23.
Poetic Chile: Otra One-Man Loquera, Quique Avilés. Mar 15-16.
Dreamer, book: Nilo Cruz; music: Jimmy López. Mar 17.

Mosaic Theater Company of DC,
Allyson Currin; dir: Gregg Henry. Thru Jun 19.
Native Son, Nambi E. Kelley; dir: Psalmayene 24.
Mar 27-Apr 28.

The Shakespeare Theatre Company, (202) 547-1122,
Richard the Third,
Shakespeare; dir: David Muse. Thru Mar 10.
Vanity Fair, Kate Hamill; dir: Jessica Stone. Thru Mar 31.

Studio Theatre, (202) 332-3300,
Queen of Basel,
Hilary Bettis; dir: Jose Zayas. Mar 6-Apr 7.

• Theater J, (202) 777-3210,
The Jewish Queen Lear,
Jacob Gordin; dir: Adam Immerwahr. Mar 13-Apr 7.

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co, (202) 393-3939,
Aziza Barnes; dir: Nataki Garrett. Thru Mar 3.

“Sweat” by Lynn Nottage, at Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Fla., through April 17. Pictured: Liz Zweifler, Danielle Lee Greaves, Carolyn Ann Hoerdemann, and Matt DeCaro. (Photo by Cliff Roles)


American Stage Theatre Company, St Petersburg, (727) 823-7529,
The Roommate,
Jen Silverman; dir: Kristin Clippard. Mar 13-Apr 7.

• Asolo Repertory Theatre, Sarasota, (941) 351-8000,
The Crucible,
Arthur Miller; dir: Michael Donald Edwards. Thru Mar 10.
A Doll’s House, Part 2, Lucas Hnath; dir: Peter Amster. Thru Mar 31.
Sweat, Lynn Nottage; dir: Nicole A. Watson. Thru Apr 13.
Noises Off, Michael Frayn; dir: Don Stephenson. Mar 20-Apr 20.

• Emerald Coast Theatre Company, Miramar Beach, (850) 684-0232
Bad Dates, Theresa Rebeck; dir: Nathanael Fisher. Mar 7-10.
Around the World in 80 Days, adapt: Mark Brown from Jules Verne; dir: Nathanael Fisher. Mar 28-Apr 7.

• Florida Repertory Theatre, Fort Myers, (239) 332-4488,
Hay Fever,
Noël Coward; dir: Mark Shanahan. Thru Mar 6.
Million Dollar Quartet, Colin Escott, Floyd Mutrux; dir: Jason Parrish. Mar 19-Apr 10.

• Florida Studio Theatre, Sarasota, (941) 366-9000,
Guitar Girls,
Rebecca Hopkins, Richard Hopkins, Catherine Randazzo (also dir); book: Jim Prosser. Thru Mar 31.
Straight White Men, Young Jean Lee; dir: Kate Alexander. Thru Mar 1.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, adapt: Simon Stephens; dir: Richard Hopkins. Thru Mar 17.
The Wonder Years – The Music of the Baby Boomers, Rebecca Hopkins, Richard Hopkins; book: Jim Prosser; dir: Catherine Randazzo. Thru Jun 9.
Cherry Docs, David Gow; dir: Kate Alexander. Thru Mar 15.
Buyer and Cellar, Jonathan Tolins; dir: Catherine Randazzo. Mar 20-Apr 12.
A ‘Beary’ Big Adventure & Other Winning Plays, dir: Jason Cannon. Mar 30-Apr 20.

• GableStage, Coral Gables, (305) 445-1119,
The Children,
Lucy Kirkwood. Mar 16-Apr 14.

Gulfshore Playhouse, Naples, (866) 811-4111,
In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play,
Sarah Ruhl; dir: Jeffrey Binder. Thru Mar 10.
Holmes and Watson, Jeffrey Hatcher; dir: Andrew Paul. Mar 23-Apr 21.

Jobsite Theater, Tampa, (813) 229-7827,
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) <revised>,
Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield; dir: Katrina Stevenson. Mar 15-Apr 7.

Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, (561) 575-2223,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath; dir: J. Barry Lewis. Thru Mar 10.
West Side Story, book: Arthur Laurents; lyrics: Stephen Sondheim; music: Leonard Bernstein; dir: Marcos Santana. Mar 26-Apr 14.

Miami New Drama | Colony Theatre,
Cocaine Cowboys, Billy Corben, Aurin Squire. Mar 7-Apr 7.

Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach, (561) 514-4042,
Dramalogue – Talking Theatre,
Mar 5.
Fences, August Wilson; dir: William Hayes. Mar 27-Apr 21.

Miami Theater Center, (305) 751-9550,
Spellbound Theatre’s World Inside Me, Mar 20-23.

Red Barn Theatre, Key West, (305) 296-9911,
Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical,
Mark Friedman, Janet Yates. Thru Mar 16.
Meteor Shower, Steve Martin; dir: Joy Hawkins. Mar 26-Apr 20.

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, Sarasota, (941) 366-1505,
The Amen Corner,
James Baldwin; dir: Chuck Smith. Thru Mar 23.
Love Sung in the Key of Aretha, Nate Jacobs (also dir). Mar 20-Apr 28.

“Falsettos,” by William Finn and James Lapine, at Actor’s Express in Atlanta through April 28. Pictured: Alex Newberg, Ben Thorpe, Jessica De Maria, Craig Waldrip, and Jordan Dell Harris. (Photo by Casey Gardner Photography)


7 Stages, Atlanta, (404) 523-7647,
Angry Fags,
Topher Payne. Mar 28-Apr 14.

• Actor’s Express, Atlanta, (404) 607-7469,
book and music: William Finn; book: James Lapine; dir: Freddie Ashley. Mar 23-Apr 28.

Alliance Theatre, Atlanta, (404) 733-5000,
Goonight, Tyler, B.J. Tindal; dir: Kent Gash. Thru Mar 10.
Gimme Please!, Megan Alrutz (also dir). Mar 9-31.
The Wizard of Oz, adapt: John Kane from L. Frank Baum; music and lyrics: Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg; dir: Rosemary Newcott. Mar 9-Apr 14.
Angry, Raucous, and Shamelessly Gorgeous, Pearl Cleage; dir: Susan V. Booth. Mar 20-Apr 14.

Aurora Theatre, Lawrenceville, (678) 226-6222,
Rabbit Summer,
Tracey Conyer Lee; dir: Cynthia D. Barker. Thru Mar 3.
Men With Money, book and lyrics: Bill Nelson; music and lyrics: Joseph Trefler; dir: Justin Anderson. Mar 8-Apr 7.

Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Roswell, (770) 641-1260,
Driving Miss Daisy,
Alfred Uhry. Thru Mar 17.

Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company, Atlanta, (877) 725-8849,
Skeleton Crew,
Dominique Morisseau; dir: Jamil Jude. Thru Mar 10.

Out of Hand Theater, Atlanta, (404) 462-8836,
The Helene Mills Seniors Story,
Adam Fristoe. Thru Apr 1.
Sci-ku, Caley Vickerman. Mar 23.

• Theatrical Outfit, Atlanta, (678) 528-1500,
The Pitmen Painters,
Lee Hall; dir: Adam Koplan. Thru Mar 24.


Kumu Kahua Theatre, Honolulu, (808) 536-4441,
The Watcher of Waipuna,
Gary Pak; dir: Harry Wong. Mar 21-Apr 20.


Boise Contemporary Theater, (208) 331-9224,
Samuel D. Hunter; dir: Davis McCallum. Thru Mar 9. Co-production with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, NY
Clarkston, Samuel D. Hunter; dir: Davis McCallum. Thru Mar 9. Co-production with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, NY

Company of Fools, Sun Valley, (208) 578-9122,
4000 Miles,
Amy Herzog; dir: Gary Hopper. Thru Mar 2.


16th Street Theater, Berwyn, (708) 795-6704,
Vacationing in the Moral High Ground,
Julie Ganey; music: Mike Przygoda; dir: Megan Shuchman. Mar 14-Apr 20.

American Blues Theater, Chicago, (773) 327-5252,
The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey,
James Lecesne; dir: Kurt Johns. Mar 29-Apr 27.
On Clover Road, Steven Dietz; dir: Halena Kays. Thru Mar 16.

Chicago Shakespeare Theater, (312) 595-5600,
Short Shakespeare! Macbeth,
adapt: Marti Lyons from Shakespeare. Thru Mar 16.
An Inspector Calls, JB Priestley; dir: Stephen Daldry. Thru Mar 10.
Two Pints, Roddy Doyle; dir: Caitríona McLaughlin. Mar 6-31.

• Court Theatre, Chicago, (773) 753-4472,
For Colored Girls,
Ntozake Shange; dir: Seret Scott. Mar 14-Apr 14.

First Folio Theatre, Oak Brook, (630) 986-8067,
The Firestorm,
Meridith Friedman; dir: Rachel Lambert. Mar 27-Apr 28.

Goodman Theatre, Chicago, (312) 443-3800,
Twilight Bowl,
Rebecca Gilman; dir: Erica Weiss. Thru Mar 10.
Sweat, Lynn Nottage; dir: Ron OJ Parson. Mar 9-Apr 14.

• The House Theatre of Chicago, (773) 769-3832,
The Magic Parlour,
Dennis Watkins. Thru Jul 28.
Pinocchio, adapt: Ben Lobpries, Joseph Steakley; dir: Chris Mathews. Mar 28-May 19.

• Jackalope Theatre Company, Chicago,
Dutch Masters,
Greg Keller; dir: Wardell Julius Clark. Thru Apr 6.

Lookingglass Theatre Co, Chicago, (312) 337-0665,
Act(s) of God,
Kareem Bandealy; dir: Heidi Stillman. Thru Apr 7.

Northlight Theatre, Skokie, (847) 673-6300,
Nina Simonoe: Four Women,
Christina Ham; dir: Kenneth L. Roberson. Thru Mar 2.
Landladies, Sharyn Rothstein; dir: Jess McLeod. Mar 14-Apr 20.

• Raven Theatre Company, Chicago, (773) 338-2177,
How I Learned to Drive,
Paula Vogel; dir: Cody Estle. Thru Mar 24.
Yen, Anna Jordan; dir: Elly Green. Mar 21-May 5.

A Red Orchid Theatre, Chicago,
Fulfillment Center,
Abe Kugler; dir: Jess McLeod. Thru Mar 24.

• Sideshow Theatre Company, Chicago,
The Ridiculous Darkness,
adapt: Ian Martin (also dir) from Wolfram Lotz. Mar 24-Apr 28.

• Silk Road Rising, Chicago,
Detour Guide,
Karim Nagi; dir: Anna C. Bahow. Mar 12-24.

Steppenwolf Theatre Co, Chicago, (312) 335-1650,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath; dir: Robin Witt. Thru Mar 17.

• TimeLine Theatre Company, Chicago, (773) 281-8463,
Cardboard Piano,
Hansol Jung; dir: Mechelle Moe. Thru Mar 17.

• Victory Gardens Theater, Chicago, (773) 871-3000,
Dominique Morisseau; dir: Cheryl Lynn Bruce. Thru Mar 3.

Williams Street Repertory, Crystal Lake, (815) 356-9212,
Emma: a pop musical,
Eric Prince; dir: Robin M. Hughes. Mar 29-Apr 20.

• Writers Theatre, Glencoe, (847) 242-6000,
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,
August Wilson; dir: Ron OJ Parson. Thru Mar 17.
A Number, Caryl Churchill; dir: Robin Witt. Mar 20-Jun 9.


• Cardinal Stage Company, Bloomington, (812) 336-9300,
The Glass Menagerie,
Tennessee Williams. Mar 21-Apr 7.

• Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis, (317) 635-5252,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath; dir: James Still. Mar 12-Apr 7.

Phoenix Theatre, Inc, Indianapolis, (317) 635-7529,
The Hotel Nepenthe,
John Kuntz; dir: Bill Simmons. Mar 1-24.
The Christians, Lucas Hnath; dir: Martha Jacobs. Mar 29-Apr 14.


• Actors Theatre of Louisville, (502) 584-1205,
The 43rd Humana Festival of New American Plays,
Mar 1-Apr 7.

• Lexington Children’s Theatre, (859) 254-4546,
Disney’s High School Musical Jr.,
book: David Simpatico; music and lyrics: Greg Cham, Ray Cham, Andy Dodd, Matthew Gerrard, Faye Greenberg, Jamie Houston, David N. Lawrence, Bryan Louiselle, Robbie Nevil, Randy Petersen, Kevin Quinn, Andrew Seeley, Adam Watts; dir: Rhonda Bell. Mar 3-16.
Apollo: To the Moon, Mary Hall Surface; dir: Larry Snipes. Mar 17-24.

Commonwealth Theatre Center, Louisville, (502) 589-0084,
book: Joe Masteroff; lyrics: Fred Ebb; music: John Kander; dir: Seth Lieber. Mar 7-23.


Le Petit Théâtre Du Vieux Carré, New Orleans,
Baby Doll,
adapt: Pierre Laville, Emily Mann from Tennessee Williams; dir: Maxwell Williams. Mar 14-31.

• Southern Rep Theatre, New Orleans, (504) 522-6545,
Christina Quintana; dir: Estefania Fadul. Mar 27-Apr 14.


Penobscot Theatre, Bangor, (207) 942-3333,
David Lindsay-Abaire; dir: Bari Newport. Mar 14-31.

• Portland Stage Company, (207) 774-0465,
The Half-Light,
Monica Wood. Thru Mar 24.

The Public Theatre, Lewiston, (207) 782-3200,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath; dir: Chris Clavelli. Mar 15-24.


Center Stage, Baltimore, (410) 332-0033,
Paula Vogel; dir: Eric Rosen. Thru Mar 31. Co-production with Arena Stage, DC and Kansas City Repertory Theatre, MD

Everyman Theatre, Baltimore, (410) 752-2208,
Everything is Wonderful,
Chelsea Marcantel; dir: Noah Himmelstein. Thru Mar 3.
Dinner With Friends, Donald Margulies; dir: Vincent M. Lancisi. Mar 12-Apr 14.

Imagination Stage, Bethesda, (301) 280-1660,
Anatole: Mouse Magnifique,
book: Lee Becker, John Maclay; music: James Valcq; dir: Tom Story. Thru Mar 24.
Dickens’s Davy Copperfield, Janet Stanford (also dir); music: Tim Guillot. Thru Mar 31.

Maryland Ensemble Theatre, Frederick, (301) 694-4744,
Radium Girls,
D.W. Gregory; dir: Gerard Stropnicky. Thru Mar 9.

• Olney Theatre Center for the Arts, (301) 924-3400,
book: Enda Walsh; music and lyrics: Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová;  ir: Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Thru Mar 10.
Oil, Ella Hickson; dir: Tracy Brigden. Thru Mar 31.

Rep Stage, Columbia, (443) 518-1500,
Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992,
Anna Deavere Smith; dir: Paige Hernandez. Thru Mar 17.


American Repertory Theater, Cambridge, (617) 547-8300,
Celine Song; dir: Sammi Cannold. Thru Mar 17.
Dragon Lady, Sara Porkalob. Mar 20-Apr 6.
Dragon Mama, Sara Porkalob. Mar 28-Apr 6.

ArtsEmerson, Boston, (617) 824-8000,
An Inspector Calls,
JB Priestly; dir: Stephen Daldry. Mar 14-24.

Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, (617) 266-0800,
Romeo and Juliet,
Shakespeare; dir: Peter DuBois. Mar 1-31.

Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell, (978) 654-4678,
The Heath,
Lauren Gunderson; dir: Sean Daniels. Thru Mar 10.
The Haunted Life, adapt: Sean Daniels (also dir) from Jack Kerouac; dir: christopher oscar pena. Mar 20-Apr 14.

New Repertory Theatre, Watertown, (617) 923-8487,
Still Standing,
Anita Hollander. Thru Mar 3.
Cardboard Piano, Hansol Jung; dir: Benny Sato Ambush. Mar 23-Apr 14.

SpeakEasy Stage Company, Boston, (617) 933-8600,
book: Enda Walsh; music and lyrics: Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová; dir: Paul Melone. Mar 1-30.


Detroit Public Theatre, 313 576511,
adapt: Todd Almond; lyrics: Matthew Sweet; dir: Joe Bailey. Mar 21-Apr 14.

Detroit Repertory Theatre, (313) 868-1347,
The House on Poe Street,
Fengar Gael; dir: Leah Smith. Thru Mar 17.
Aubrey, Joe Musso; dir: Barbara Busby. Mar 28-May 19.

Flint Repertory Theatre, (810) 237-7333,
Riddle of the Trilobites,
book and lyrics: Geoffrey Decas O’Donnell; music and lyrics: Nicholas Williams; dir: Lee Sunday Evans. Mar 1-10.

Meadow Brook Theatre, Rochester, (248) 377-3300,
The Spitfire Grill,
James Valcq; lyrics: Fred Alley; dir: Travis Walter. Thru Mar 10.
Stick Fly, Lydia R. Diamond; dir: Travis Walter. Mar 20-Apr 14.

Thunder Bay Theatre, Inc., Alpena,
Charlotte’s Web,
Mar 14-24.

Williamston Theatre, Williamston, (517) 655-7469,
The Gin Game,
D.L. Coburn; dir: John Lepard. Mar 21-Apr 20.


Children’s Theatre Company, Minneapolis, (612) 874-0400,
The Biggest Little House in the Forest,
adapt: Rosanna Staffa; music: Victor Zupanc; dir: Peter C. Brosius. Thru Mar 10.
The Hobbit, adapt: Greg Banks (also dir); music: Thomas Johnson. Mar 12-Apr 14.

DalekoArts, New Prague, (952) 314-9072,
Nick Payne; dir: Amy Rummenie. Thru Mar 10.
Live at the Prague 2!, Mar 29-31.

Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, (612) 377-2224,
As You Like It,
Shakespeare. Thru Mar 17.
Cyrano de Bergerac, adapt: Joseph Haj from Edmond Rostand. Thru May 5.

History Theatre, St Paul, (651) 292-4323,
Kira Obolensky; dir: Noel Raymond. Thru Mar 3.
Sisters of Peace, Doris Baizley; dir: Barbra Berlovitz. Mar 23-Apr 14.

Jungle Theater, Minneapolis, (612) 822-7063,
School Girls: Or, the African Mean Girls Play,
Jocelyn Bioh; dir: Shá Cage. Mar 16-Apr 14.

Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, St Paul, (651) 647-4315,
Anna Ziegler. Thru Mar 10.

Theater Mu, St. Paul, (651) 789-1012,
Dandelion Girl,
May Lee-Yang; dir: Randy Reyes. Mar 21-Apr 7.

Park Square Theatre, St Paul, (651) 291-7005,
adapt: Meagan Kedrowski (also dir). Thru Mar 3.
The Skin of Our Teeth, Thornton Wilder; dir: Joel Sass. Thru Mar 3.

Penumbra Theatre Company, St Paul, (651) 224-3180,
Ifa Bayeza; dir: Talvin Wilks. Thru Mar 10.
Let’s Talk: Staging God – Artistic Expressions of the Unknown, dir: Sarah Bellamy. Mar 4.
REEL Talk: Daughters of the Dust, Mar 25.

The Playwrights’ Center, Minneapolis, (612) 332-7481,
Tiny Houses,
Stefanie Zadravec. Mar 4-5.

Theater Latté Da, Minneapolis,
A Little Night Music,
Hugh Wheeler; music and lyrics: Stephen Sondheim; dir: Peter Rothstein. Thru Mar 3.
Candide, book: Hugh Wheeler; lyrics: Leonard Bernstein (also music), Lillian Hellman, John Latouche, Dorothy Parker, Stephen Sondheim, Richard Wilbur; dir: Peter Rothstein. Mar 21-24.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, John Cameron Mitchell; music and lyrics: Stephen Trask; dir: Annie Enneking, Peter Rothstein. Mar 27-May 5.


• New Stage Theatre, Jackson, (601) 948-3531,
Sweet Potato Queens Musical,
Rupert Holmes, Melissa Manchester, Sarah Vaughn. Mar 19-31.


The Coterie Theatre, Kansas City, (816) 474-6552,
Mr. Popper’s Penguins,
adapt: Robert Kauzlaric; music and lyrics: George Howe. Thru Mar 31.

• Insight Theatre Company, St Louis, (314) 534-1111,
book: John Caird; music and lyrics: Paul Gordon; dir: Maggie Ryan. Mar 28-Apr 14.

Kansas City Repertory Theatre, (816) 235-2700,
School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play,
Joycelyn Bioh; dir: Chip Miller. Thru Mar 24.
Pride and Prejudice, Kate Hamill; book: Jane Austen; dir: Marissa Wolf. Mar 22-Apr 14.

Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre, Kansas City, (816) 569-3226,
Seven Guitars,
August Wilson; dir: Karen Paisley. Thru Mar 10.

• New Line Theatre, St Louis, (314) 534-1111,
La Cage aux Folles,
book: Fierstein Harvey; music and lyrics: Jerry Herman; dir: Mike Dowdy-Windsor, Scott Miller. Thru Mar 23.

Mesner Puppet Theater, Kansas City, (816) 235-6222,
Anansi the Spider,
adapt: Mike Horner, Paul Mesner. Thru Mar 3.

The Repertory Theatre of St Louis, (314) 968-4925,
The Tortoise and the Hare,
book: Sarah Brandt; music and lyrics: Neal Richardson; dir: Laurie McConnell. Thru Apr 6.
Greek Myths: Heroes and Monsters, Michael Erickson; dir: Gad Guterman. Thru Apr 7.
Oslo, J.T. Rogers; dir: Steven Woolf. Thru Mar 3.
Nonsense and Beauty, Scott C. Sickles; dir: Seth Gordon. Mar 6-24.
The Play That Goes Wrong, Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Henry Shields; dir: Edward Stern. Mar 13-Apr 7.

St Louis Black Repertory Co, University City, (314) 534-3810,
Marie and Rosetta,
George Brant; dir: Ron Himes. Thru Mar 3.

• Unicorn Theatre, Kansas City, (816) 531-7529,
The Humans,
Stephen Karam; dir: Darren Sextro. Mar 6-31.


The BLUEBARN Theatre, Omaha, (402) 345-1576,
Paula Vogel. Mar 21-Apr 14.

• Nebraska Repertory Theatre, Lincoln, (402) 472-4747,
book: James Rado, Gerome Ragni; music: Galt Macdermot; dir: Andy Park. Mar 27-Apr 7.

Omaha Theater Company, (402) 345-4849,
adapt: Stephanie Jacobson. Thru Mar 3.
The Doll Maker’s Gift, adapt: EllaRose Chary, Fran Sillau; book: EllaRose Chary, Fran Sillau; lyrics: Sammy Buck; music: Brian Feinstein. Thru Mar 10.
Young, Gifted & Black – A Rose Teens ‘N’ Theater Production, dir: Tyrone Beasley. Mar 7-10.
Winnie the Pooh, lyrics: le Clanche du Rand (also adapt), A. A. Milne, Kristen Sergel; music: Allan J. Friedman. Mar 22-Apr 7.


Bruka Theatre, Reno, (775) 323-3221,
Agatha Christie; dir: Lewis Zaumeyer. Mar 1-23.

New Jersey

Centenary Stage Company, Hackettstown, (908) 979-0900,
An Enemy of the People,
adapt: John Alan Wyatt from Henrik Ibsen. Thru Mar 3.

• McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton, (609) 258-2787,
Ken Ludwig’s The Gods of Comedy,
Ken Ludwig; dir: Kathleen Marshall. Mar 12-31.

New Jersey Repertory Company, Long Branch, (732) 229-3166,
The Source,
Jack Canfora; dir: Evan Bergman. Mar 7-Apr 7.

Two River Theater, Red Bank, (732) 345-1400,
Martin Moran; dir: Carolyn Cantor. Thru Mar 24.

New York

The 52nd Street Project, NYC,
Playmaking Spring 2019,
Mar 22-24.
The Mother, Florian Zeller; dir: Trip Cullman. Thru Apr 7.

The Barrow Group, NYC, (212) 760-2615,
The Thickness of Skin,
Clare MacIntyre; dir: Lee Brock. Mar 16-Apr 11.

• Geva Theatre Center, Rochester, (585) 232-4382,
The Humans,
Stephen Karam; dir: Mark Cuddy. Thru Mar 17. Co-production with Syracuse Stage, NY
Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End, Allison Engel, Margaret Engel; dir: Mark Cuddy. Mar 12-31.
Native Gardens, Karen Zacarias; dir: Melissa Crespo. Mar 26-Apr 21. Co-production with Syracuse Stage, NY

HERE, NYC, (212) 352-3101,
Mar 5-10.
Ashes, music: Guro Skumsnes Moe; dir: Yngvild Aspeli. Mar 12-17.
Chimpanzee, Nick Lehane (also dir). Mar 14-24.

Irish Classical Theatre Co, Buffalo, (716) 853-4282,
Peter Morgan; dir: Brian Cavanagh. Mar 1-24.

Irondale Ensemble Project, Brooklyn, (718) 488-9233,
To Protect, Serve and Understand,
dir: Michael-David Gordon, Terry Greiss, Sam Metzger, Rivka Rivera. Thru Jun 1.
She Stands Alone: Solo Peformances byWomen, Thru Mar 2.

Kitchen Theatre Company, Ithaca, (607) 272-0403,
The Royale,
Marco Ramirez; dir: Pirrone Yousefzadeh. Mar 10-31.

• LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, Long Island City, (718) 482-5151,
Rough Draft Festival,
Mar 20-Apr 13.

Mabou Mines, NYC,
Faust 2.0,
adapt: Matthew Maguire from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; music: Daniel Moses Schrier; dir: Sharon Fogarty. Mar 29-Apr 14.

Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC, (212) 239-6200,
Choir Boy,
Tarell Alvin McCraney; dir: Trip Cullman. Thru Mar 3.
The Cake, Bekah Brunstetter; dir: Lynne Meadow. Thru Mar 31.

• Metropolitan Playhouse, NYC, (212) 995-8410,
State of the Union,
Russel Crouse, Harold Lindsay; dir: Laura Livingtson. Thru Mar 10.

MusicalFare Theatre, Amherst, (716) 839-8540,
book: Terrence McNally; lyrics: Lynn Ahrens; music: Stephen Flaherty; dir: Randall Kramer. Thru Mar 17.
Million Dolalr Quartet, book: Colin Escott, Floyd Mutrux; music: Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley; dir: Randall Kramer. Mar 14-24.

The New Group, NYC, (212) 279-4200,
Jeremy O. Harris; dir: Danya Taymor. Thru Mar 17. Co-production with Vineyard Theatre, NY

New Light Theater Project, NYC,
Imagining Madoff,
Deb Margolin; dir: Jerry Heymann. Mar 1-23.

New York Theatre Workshop, NYC, (212) 460-5475,
Hurricane Diane,
Madeleine George; dir: Leigh Silverman. Thru Mar 10. Co-production with WP Theater, NY

Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, NYC, (212) 352-3101,
A Family Affair or The Bankrupt,
adapt: Nick Dear from Alexander Ostrovsky. Mar 20-Apr 18.
Faust Part I, adapt: Mark Jackson from Johann Wolfgang Goethe. Mar 26-Apr 19.

Playwrights Horizons, NYC, (212) 279-4200,
If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka,
Tori Sampson; dir: Liesl Tommy. Thru Mar 31.
The Pain of My Belligerence, Halley Feiffer; dir: Trip Cullman. Mar 29-May 12.

The Public Theater, NYC, (212) 967-7555,
Sea Wall / A Life,
Nick Payne, Simon Stephens; dir: Carrie Cracknell. Thru Mar 31.
White Noise, Suzan-Lori Parks; dir: Oskar Eustis. Mar 5-Apr 14.
Ain’t No Mo, Jordan E. Cooper; dir: Stevie Walker-Webb. Mar 12-Apr 21.

Red Bull Theater, NYC, (212) 352-3101,
The White Devil,
John Webster; dir: Louisa Proske. Mar 19-Apr 14.

Road Less Traveled Productions, Buffalo, (716) 629-3069,
Between Riverside and Crazy,
Stephen Adly Guirgis; dir: Scott Behrend. Mar 8-31.

SITI Company, NYC,
Chess Match No. 5,
adapt: Jocelyn Clarke; dir: Anne Bogart. Mar 27.

Syracuse Stage, (315) 443-3275,
Native Gardens,
Karen Zacarías; dir: Melissa Crespo. Thru Mar 3. Co-production with Geva Theatre Center, NY
Pride and Prejudice, Kate Hamill; dir: Jason O’Connell. Mar 20-Apr 7.

Theatre for a New Audience, NYC, (212) 229-2819,
Julius Caesar,
Shakespeare; dir: Shana Cooper. Mar 17-Apr 28.

• The Vineyard Theatre, NYC, (212) 353-0303,
Jeremy O. Harris; dir: Danya Taymor. Thru Mar 24. Co-production with the New Group, NY
Do You Feel Anger?, Mara Nelson-Greenberg; dir: Margot Bordelon. Mar 13-Apr 20.

North Carolina

• Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte, (704) 342-2251,
The Great Beyond,
Steven Dietz; music: Rob Witmer; dir: Chip Decker. Mar 14-Apr 6. Co-production with the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, NC

• Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Fayetteville, (910) 323-4233,
Christopher Trumbo; dir: Mary Catherine Burke. Mar 5-17.

Children’s Theatre of Charlotte, (704) 973-2828,
Step Afrika!,
Mar 8-18.
The Ghost of Splinter Cove, Mar 22-Apr 7.

PlayMakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, (919) 962-7529,
Life of Galileo,
Bertolt Brecht; music: Justin Ellington; dir: Vivienne Benesch. Thru Mar 17.

• Triad Stage, Greensboro, (336) 272-0160,
August Wilson’s Two Trains Running,
August Wilson. Mar 10-31.


Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, (513) 421-3888,
The Last Wide Open,
Audrey Cefaly; dir: Blake Robison. Thru Mar 10.
Two Trains Running, August Wilson; dir: Timothy Douglas. Mar 2-30. Co-production with Milwaukee Repertory Theater, WI
The Thanksgiving Play,
Larissa Fasthorse; dir: Lisa Portes. Mar 23-Apr 21.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, (513) 381-2273,
On Tour: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare; dir: Caitlin McWethy. Thru May 26.
On Tour: Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare; dir: Jeremy Dubin. Thru May 26.
On Tour: Julius Caesar, Shakespeare; dir: Sara Clark. Thru May 26.
On Tour: Macbeth, Shakespeare; dir: Darnell Pierre Benjamin. Thru May 26.
The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare; dir: Christopher Luscombe. Thru Mar 17.

Cleveland Play House, (216) 241-6000,
Tiny Houses,
Chelsea Marcantel; dir: Laura Kepley. Mar 23-Apr 14.

• Cleveland Public Theatre, (216) 631-2727,
Fire on the Water,
Thru Mar 2.
Test Flight, Mar 21-Apr 20.

Dobama Theatre, Cleveland Heights, (216) 932-3396,
The Nether,
Jennifer Haley; dir: Shannon Sindelar. Mar 8-31.

• Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, (513) 421-3555,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath. Mar 2-30.

Know Theatre of Cincinnati, (513) 300-5669,
Always Plenty of Light at the Starlight All Night Diner,
Darcy Parker Bruce; dir: Alice Flanders. Thru Mar 11.


• Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland, (503) 241-1278,
Wolf Play,
Hansol Jung; dir: Dámaso Rodríguez. Mar 10-Apr 7.

Bag&Baggage Productions, Hillsboro, (503) 345-9590,
The Island In Winter,
adapt: Carlos-Zenen Trujillo from Shakespeare; dir: Scott Palmer. Mar 7-24.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company, Tigard, (503) 620-5262,
A Grand Night For Singing,
lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II; music: Richard Rodgers; dir: Dan Murphy. Mar 28-Apr 28.

CoHo Productions, Portland, (503) 220-2646,
adapt: Tony Burgess; dir: Gavin Hoffman. Thru Mar 2.

Oregon Contemporary Theatre, Eugene, (541) 465-1506,
Northwest 10: Festival of 10 Minute Plays,
Thru Mar 10.
Damascus, Bennett Fisher; dir: Tara Wibrew. Mar 27-Apr 14.

Milagro, Portland, (503) 236-7253,
La Sequa,
Alberto Escalante; dir: Roy Aruaz. Thru Mar 2.
Jump, Charly Evon Simpson; dir: La’Tevin Alexander. Mar 21-Apr 13.

Oregon Children’s Theatre, Portland, (503) 228-9571,
The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors,
adapt: John Maclay; book: Drew Daywalt; music and lyrics: Eric Nordin; dir: Stan Foote. Mar 2-Apr 14.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, (800) 219-8161,
As You Like It,
Shakespeare; dir: Rosa Joshi. Mar 1-Oct 27.
Hairspray, book: Thomas Meehan, Mark O’Donnell; lyrics: Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman; dir: Christopher Liam Moore. Mar 2-Oct 27.
Mother Road, Octavio Solis; dir: Bill Rauch. Mar 3-Oct 26.
Cambodian Rock Band, Lauren Yee; dir: Chay Yew. Mar 6-Oct 27.

• Portland Center Stage, (503) 445-3700,
Buyer & Cellar,
Jonathan Tolins. Thru Mar 3.
Until the Flood, Dael Orlandersmith; dir: Neel Keller. Mar 16-Apr 21.

Portland Playhouse, (503) 488-5822,
Regina Taylor; dir: Patdro Harris. Mar 13-Apr 7.

• Shaking the Tree Theatre, Portland, (503) 235-0635,
Made to Dance in Burning Buildings,
Anya Pearson; dir: Jamie M. Rea. Thru Mar 16.

Third Rail Repertory Theatre, Portland, (503) 235-1101,
Guillermo Calderon; dir: Philip Cuomo. Mar 15-Apr 6.

“Gem of the Ocean” by August Wilson, at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia through March 31. Pictured: Danielle Leneé and Akeem Davis. (Photo by Ashley Smith, Wide Eyed Studios)


Act II Playhouse, Ambler, (215) 654-0200,
Same Time, Next Year,
Bernard Slade; dir: Noah Herman. Mar 19-Apr 14.
Aggy the Adventurer, Kim Carson. Mar 29-Apr 7.

Arden Theatre Co, Philadelphia, (215) 922-1122,
74 Seconds to Judgement,
Kash Goins; dir: Amina Robinson. Thru Mar 3.
Gem of the Ocean, August Wilson; dir: James Ijames. Thru Mar 31.
How I Learned What I Learned, Todd Kreidler, August Wilson; dir: Malika Oyetimein. Mar 7-Apr 14.

Azuka Theatre, Philadelphia, (215) 563-1100,
Bob: A Life in Five Acts,
Peter Sinn Nachtrieb; dir: Michael Osinski. Thru Mar 17.

• Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, (570) 784-8181,
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time,
adapt: Simon Stephens; book: Mark Haddon; dir: Elizabeth Dowd. Mar 28-Apr 14.

• Bristol Riverside Theatre, (215) 785-0100,
The Sunshine Boys,
Neil Simon; dir: Keith Baker. Mar 12-31.

• EgoPo Classic Theater, Philadelphia, (267) 273-1414,
Matsemela Manaka; dir: Katrina Shobe. Mar 19-Apr 7.
‘Master Harold’…and the boys, Athol Fugard; dir: Lane Savadove. Mar 21-Apr 7.

Gamut Theatre Group, Harrisburg, (717) 238-4111,
All the King’s Men,
Robert Penn Warren; dir: J. Clark Nicholson. Thru Mar 3.
Voices of F.E.W., Sharia Benn. Mar 8-10.
The Frog Prince, adapt: J. Clark Nicholson. Mar 13-30.
Julius Caesar: Gamut Theatre Educational Outreach, Shakespeare; dir: Melissa Nicholson. Mar 15-17.
The 4th Annual IMPROVAPALOOZA, Mar 29.

InterAct Theatre Company, Philadelphia, (215) 568-8079,
Gabriel Jason Dean; dir: Evren Odcikin. Mar 29-Apr 21.

Lantern Theater Company, Philadelphia, (215) 829-0395,
Measure for Measure,
Shakespeare; dir: Charles McMahon. Mar 14-Apr 21.

Montgomery Theater, Souderton, (215) 723-9984,
Dames at Sea,
George Haimsohn, Robin Miller; lyrics: Jim Wise ; dir: Stephen Casey. Mar 21-Apr 14.

• Off the Wall Productions, Carnegie, (724) 973-3576,
Sarah Kosar; dir: Robyne Parrish. Mar 1-16.

• Open Stage of Harrisburg, (717) 232-6736,
The Wolves,
Sarah DeLappe; dir: Rachel Landon. Thru Mar 3.
The Diary of Anne Frank, adapt: Wendy Kesselman from Francis Goodrich, Albert Hacket; dir: Brad Delzer. Mar 12-15.

• People’s Light, Malvern, (610) 644-3500,
Nina Simone: Four Women,
Christina Ham; dir: Hayley Finn. Thru Mar 31.

• Pittsburgh Public Theater, (412) 316-1600,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath; dir: Ted Pappas. Mar 7-Apr 7.

Prime Stage Theatre, Pittsburgh, (412) 208-8868,
In the Time of the Butterflies,
adapt: Caridad Svich; dir: Ricardo Vila-Roger. Mar 8-17.

Quantum Theatre, Pittsburgh, (412) 362-1713,
The Gun Show,
E.M. Lewis; dir: Sheila McKenna. Thru Mar 3.

Quintessence Theatre Group, Philadelphia, (215) 987-4450,
King Lear,
Shakespeare; dir: Alexander Burns. Mar 20-Apr 20.

• Theatre Exile, Philadelphia, (215) 218-4022,
An Oak Tree,
Tim Crouch; dir: Joe Canuso. Thru Mar 10.

Theatre Horizon, Norristown, (610) 283-2230,
The Few,
Samuel D. Hunter. Mar 14-Apr 7.

Rhode Island

Gamm Theatre, Warwick, (401) 723-4266,
Escaped Alone,
Caryl Churchill; dir: Tony Estrella. Thru Mar 17.
Come and Go, Samuel Beckett; dir: Tony Estrella. Thru Mar 17.

• Trinity Repertory Co, Providence, (401) 351-4242,
Shakespeare; dir: Curt Columbus. Thru Mar 3.
The Song of Summer, Lauren Yee; dir: Taibi Magar. Mar 14-Apr 14.

The Wilbury Theatre Group, Providence, (401) 400-7100,
Red Bike,
Caridad Svich; dir: Kate Bergstrom. Thru Mar 2.
Constellations, Nick Payne; dir: Aubrey Snowden. Mar 21-Apr 13.

South Carolina

• Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, Hilton Head, (888) 860-2787,
Blithe Spirit,
Noel Coward; dir: Russell Treyz. Thru Mar 2.

Centre Stage, Greenville, (864) 233-6733,
Into The Woods,
book: James Lapine; music: Stephen Sondheim. Mar 14-Apr 7.
Treehouse, Joe Musso. Mar 26-Apr 3.

Charleston Stage, (843) 577-7183,
Steel Magnolias,
Robert Harling; dir: Jesse Siak. Mar 6-24.

Lean Ensemble Theater, Hilton Head Island, (843) 715-6676,
If You Forget Me,
Nora Anne Leahy; dir: Sarah Newhouse. Mar 20-24.

• PURE Theatre, Charleston, (843) 723-4444,
Small Mouth Sounds,
Bess Wohl. Mar 8-30.

Trustus Theatre, Columbia, (803) 254-9732,
Cost of Living,
Martyna Majok; dir: Ilene Fins. Thru Mar 2.
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, Andrew Hobgood, Evan Linder; dir: Robin Gottlieb. Mar 15-23.

The Village Repertory Co, Charleston,
Daddy Long Legs,
book: John Caird; music and lyrics: Paul Gordon; dir: Keely Enright. Thru Mar 9.
Ben Butler, Richard Strand; dir: Keely Enright. Mar 22-Apr 6.

The Warehouse Theatre, Greenville, (864) 235-6948,
Power of Sail,
Paul Grellong; dir: Jackson Gay. Mar 15-31.


Clarence Brown Theatre Co, Knoxville, (865) 974-5161,
Detroit ‘67,
Dominique Morisseau; dir: Lisa Dixon. Thru Mar 17.
The Real Inspector Hound, Tom Stoppard; dir: Terry Silver-Alford. Mar 27-Apr 14.

Nashville Repertory Theatre, (615) 782-4040,
Shakespeare in Love,
adapt: Lee Hall; music: Paddy Cunneen; dir: Rene Copeland. Mar 21-Apr 13.

Tennessee Women’s Theater Project, Nashville, (615) 681-7220,
SISTAS: The Musical,
Dorothy Marcic; dir: Maryanna Clarke. Thru Mar 10.

“Notes From the Field” by Anna Deavere Smith, at ZACH Theatre in Austin through March 31. Pictured: Michelle Alexander. (Photo by Kirk Tuck)


4th Wall Theatre Co, Houston,
Rapture, Blister, Burn,
Gina Gionfriddo; dir: Kim Tobin-Lehl. Thru Mar 23.

Alley Theatre, Houston, (713) 220-5700,
Eliza Clark. Thru Mar 10.
The Humans, Stephen Karam; dir: Brandon Weinbrenner. Mar 1-24.

Cara MÍa Theatre Co, Dallas, (214) 516-0706,
Bless Me, Ultima,
Rudolfo Anaya; dir: David Lozano. Thru Mar 3.

The Catastrophic Theatre, Houston, (713) 521-4533,
Robert O’Hara. Thru Mar 10.

• Circle Theatre, Fort Worth, (817) 877-3040,
Our Town,
Thornton Wilder. Thru Mar 9.

• Dallas Children’s Theater, (214) 740-0051,
Tuck Everlasting,
Mark J. Frattaroli. Mar 22-Apr 7.

Dallas Theater Center, (214) 252-3927,
The Wolves,
Sarah DeLappe; dir: Wendy Dann. Mar 6-Apr 14. Co-production with Southern Methodist University, TX
Twelfth Night, Shakespeare; dir: Kevin Moriarty. Mar 29-Apr 28.

• The Ensemble Theatre Houston, (713) 807-4300,
Freeda Peoples,
Joyce Sylvester; dir: Eileen J. Morris. Mar 16-Apr 14.

Hyde Park Theatre, Austin, (512) 479-7529,
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
Lucas Hnath; dir: Ken Webster. Thru Mar 30.

Kitchen Dog Theater, Dallas, (214) 953-1055,
You Got Older,
Clare Barron; dir: Tina Parker. Thru Mar 10.

Main Street Theater, Houston, (713) 524-6706,
Schoolhouse Rock Live!,
adapt: Theatre BAM; book: Scott Ferguson, Kyle Hall, George Keating; music and lyrics: Lynn Ahrens, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, Kathy Mandry, George Newall, Tom Yohe; dir: Daria Allen. Thru May 24.
Alexander & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, book and lyrics: Judith Viorst; music: Shelly Markham; dir: Robin Robinson. Mar 3-30.
The Weir, Conor McPherson; dir: Andrew Ruthven. Mar 16-Apr 7.

• Mary Moody Northen Theatre, Austin, (512) 448-8484,
Spring Awakening,
book and lyrics: Steven Sater; music: Duncan Sheik. Thru Apr 14.

• Mildred’s Umbrella Theater Company, Houston, (832) 463-0409,
The Hunchback of Seville,
Charise Castro Smith; dir: Philip Hays. Mar 6-23.

• Stage West Theatre, Fort Worth, (817) 784-9378,
Are You Now or Have You Ever Been…,
Carlyle Brown; dir: Vickie Washington. Thru Mar 10.

Stages Repertory Theatre, Houston, (713) 527-0123,
Lucy Kirkwood. Thru Mar 3.
Little Shop of Horrors, book and lyrics: Howard Ashman; music: Alan Menken. Mar 6-Apr 28.

Bishop Arts Theatre Center, Dallas, (214) 948-0716,
Down for #TheCount: A Women Playwrights One Act Play Festival,
France-Luce Benson, Emily Mann, Kat Ramsburg; dir: Camika Spencer. Mar 21-Apr 7.

Theatre Three, Dallas, (214) 871-3300,
Susan Cooper, Hume Cronyn; dir: Emily Scott Banks. Mar 14-Apr 7.

Undermain Theatre, Dallas, (214) 747-5515,
An Iliad,
Denis O’Hare, Lisa Petersen; dir: Katherine Owens. Thru Mar 3.

The VORTEX, Austin, (512) 478-5282,
Locus of Control,
Jason Bayani; dir: Kat Evasco. Thru Mar 3.
Dog Magic: Woman’s Best Friend, Suze Kemper, Rachel Martin. Mar 7-10.
Last: An Extinction Comedy, Ensemble; dir: Rudy Ramirez. Mar 29-Apr 27.

WaterTower Theatre, Addison, (972) 450-6232,
Guadalupe in the Guest Room,
Tony Meneses; dir: Christie Vela. Thru Mar 17.

ZACH Theatre, Austin, (512) 476-0541,
Wake Up, Brother Bear!,
dir: Carolyn Dellinger. Thru Apr 21.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch, book: James Cameron Mitchell; music and lyrics: Steven Trask; dir: Kevin Cahoon. Thru Mar 3.
Notes From the Field, Anna Deavere Smith; music: Marcus Shelby; dir: Dave Steakley. Thru Mar 31.


Salt Lake Acting Company, Salt Lake City, (801) 363-7522,
The Cake,
Bekah Brunstetter; dir: Justin Ivie. Thru Mar 10.


Northern Stage, White River Junction, (802) 296-7000,
Buyer & Cellar,
Jonathan Tolins. Thru Mar 17.

Vermont Stage, Burlington, (802) 863-5966,
The Roommate,
Jen Silverman. Mar 6-24.

Virgin Islands

Pistarckle Theater, St. Thomas,
lyrics: Tim Rice; music: Andrew Lloyd Webber; dir: Francis Bartolucci. Thru Mar 2.
Doubt, John Patrick Shanley; dir: Francis Bartolucci. Mar 21-31.


• 1st Stage, Tysons,
Stephen Karam, PJ Paparelli; dir: Alex Levy, Juan Francisco Villa. Mar 28-Apr 20.

American Shakespeare Center, (540) 851-1733,
The Merry Wives of Windsor,
Shakespeare. Thru Apr 13.
Henry IV, Part 1, Shakespeare. Thru Apr 11.
Anne Page Hates Fun, Amy E. Witting. Thru Apr 14.
The Belle’s Stratagem, Hannah Cowley. Thru Apr 13.
Arden of Faversham, Mar 20-Apr 12.

Cadence Theatre Company, Richmond,
In My Chair,
Eva DeVirgilis; dir: Lisa Rothe. Thru Mar 24. Co-production with Virginia Repertory Theatre, VA

Firehouse Theatre, Richmond, (804) 355-2001,
River City Vaudeville,
Thru Apr 14.
Burlesque Right Meow, Thru Apr 28.
Gospel Oedipus, adapt: Vinnie Gonazlez from Sophocles; dir: Vinnie Gonzalez. Thru Mar 10.
Shorts, Mar 28-31.

Kennedy Center – Theater for Young Audiences, Arlington, (202) 467-4600,
The Watsons Go to Birmingham- 1963- Performance for Young Audiences,
adapt: Christina Ham. Mar 15-24.
VOYAGERS: A Dance Among the Planets, music: Eric Shimelonis. Mar 29-31.

• Virginia Repertory Theatre, Richmond, (804) 282-2620,
book: Enda Walsh; music and lyrics: Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová. Thru Mar 3.
In My Chair, Eva DeVirgilis. Mar 2-24. Co-production with Cadence Theatre, VA
Broadway Bound, Neil Simon. Mar 15-Apr 20.

Virginia Stage Company, Norfolk, (757) 627-1234,
Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye,
adapt: Lydia R. Diamond. Mar 6-24.

• WSC Avant Bard, Arlington, (703) 418-4808,
Suzan-Lori Parks. Mar 14-Apr 14.


The 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle, (206) 625-1900,
Marie: A New Musical,
book and lyrics: Lynn Ahrens; music: Stephen Flaherty; dir: Susan Stroman. Mar 22-Apr 14.

• ACT – A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle, (206) 292-7676,
Romeo + Juliet,
Shakespeare; dir: John Langs. Mar 1-31.

ARTSWEST, Seattle, (206) 938-0339,
Annie Baker. Mar 14-Apr 7.

• Harlequin Productions, Olympia, (360) 786-0151,
The Women,
Clare Booth Luce. Thru Mar 23.

Seattle Children’s Theatre, (206) 441-3322,
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane,
adapt: Dwayne Hartford; dir: Courtney Sale. Thru Mar 10.
Balloonacy, Barry Kornhauser; dir: Rita Giomi. Mar 14-May 5.

Seattle Repertory Theatre, (206) 443-2222,
The Woman in Black,
adapt: Stephen Mallatratt; dir: Robin Herford. Thru Mar 24.
A Doll’s House, Part 2, Lucas Hnath; dir: Braden Abraham. Mar 15-Apr 28.

Taproot Theatre Company, Seattle, (206) 781-9707,
Arsenic and Old Lace,
Joseph Kesselring. Thru Mar 2.
We Will Not Be Silent, David Meyers. Mar 20-Apr 27.

“Things I Know to Be True” by Andrew Bovell, at Milwaukee Repertory Theatrer through March 31. Pictured: Bill Geisslinger and company. (Photo by Michael Brosilow)


• Forward Theater Company, Madison, (608) 258-4141,
Life Sucks,
Aaron Posner; dir: Jennifer Uphoff Gray. Mar 28-Apr 14.

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, (414) 291-7800,
Strange Snow,
Stephen Metcalfe; dir: C. Michael Wright. Thru Mar 17.

• Milwaukee Repertory Theater, (414) 224-9490,
Mark Twain’s River of Song,
Randal Myler, Dan Wheetman; dir: Randal Myler. Thru Mar 17.
The Chinese Lady, Lloyd Suh; dir: May Adrales. Thru Mar 24.
Things I Know to be True, Andrew Bovell; dir: Mark Clements. Mar 5-31. Co-production with Arizona Theatre Company, AZ
Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, adapt: Jason Edwards, Richard Maltby, Jr., William Meade; dir: Dan Kazemi. Mar 22-May 26.

Third Avenue Playhouse, Sturgeon Bay, (920) 743-1760,
Right to Live,
Habibah Sheikh (also dir). Mar 1-3.

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