The Baltimore Center Stage production starring Lance Coadie Williams and Kimberly Dodson began its run September 15.
Nick Flatto directs Jonathan Hogue's musical.
The Syracuse Stage production is directed by Sammi Cannold and stars Rent Tony winner Wilson Jermaine Heredia.
Set in the '90s, the play follows a basketball team of Black young women in rural Arkansas who wish to go pro.
Skybell, who will also be seen in the November return of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish, reprises his award-winning work as Tevye—in English.
The comedy by Ken Ludwig, a twist on his Lend Me a Tenor, plays Houston, Texas' Alley Theatre.
The non-profit company brings the Tony-winning musical to life in Missouri.
Lyndsey Turner directs the revival of the Arthur Miller classic.
The revue recently returned to the York Theatre Company for a limited engagement.
The tour is making stops throughout the U.K., Ireland, and Canada.
Igor Goldin directs with choreography by Ashley Marinelli.
The Tony-winning revival also recently welcomed Brandon Victor Dixon and Amra-Faye Wright.
Playing Off-Broadway, the story of two teenagers who fall in love during WWII stars Uly Schlesinger, Tony nominee Austin Pendleton, Francesca Carpanini, and more.
The world premiere of Adams' take on the tale from ancient history finds its setting in the 20th century.
The Hedwig and the Angry Inch Tony winner co-stars with Rob McClure at the Westside Theatre.
The Ingrid Michaelson-Bekah Brunstetter musical is currently in previews at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
The co-production with Signature Theatre is using the recently revised version of Anna Deavere Smith's Tony-nominated work, through September 24.
The show follows three scientists who are visited by Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, and Max Planck.
The production will play the Pennsylvania theatre through September 11.
Ma-Yi Theater Company presents the new work about experiences of the Korean American diaspora at Off-Broadway’s La MaMa.
The one-act musical features music by the Giant writer and a book and lyrics by Tony nominee Ellen Fitzhugh.
Also, check out new production photos from the Jerry Mitchell-directed and choreographed musical.
The 2005 Broadway musical plays the Arlington, Virginia, venue through October 9.
The operatic adaptation of the David Henry Hwang play features a libretto by Hwang and music by Huang Ruo.
Colin Mochrie and Asad Mecci lead 20 audience volunteers through hypnosis and improv comedy.
Written and performed by Jack Holden, the production is playing a limited engagement at the West End's Apollo Theatre.
Natalie Abrahami directs the limited run at London's Donmar Warehouse.
The new play by Johnny G. Lloyd is directed by Zhailon Levingston.
The show recently played its 500th performance.
Directed by Julianne Boyd, the Sondheim musical plays the Massachusetts theatre through August 28.
The long-running production continues at the Ambassador Theatre.
The Play That Goes Wrong company brought two shows to this year's festival.
The international hit musical continues at the Gershwin Theatre.
The Tony-winning Harvey Fierstein-Cyndi Lauper musical plays the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Lili-Anne Brown directs the summer production with choreography by Breon Arzell at the St. Louis outdoor theatre.
Based on the film of the same name, the musical features Beth Leavel and Taylor Iman Jones plus a score by Elton John and Shaina Taub.
Caroline Bowman and Lauren Nicole Chapman head the cast of the musical based on the hit animated film of the same name.
Al Blackstone directs and choreographs the Tony-nominated musical.
The former standby is performing in the role full-time through September 4.
The Tony-winning musical currently features Zachary Noah Piser, Talia Simone Robinson, Jessica Phillips, Ann Sanders and more.
The Harry Potter and the Cursed Child writer has penned a new work about the production, which will be directed by Sam Mendes.
Mike Fentiman directs the stage adaptation of the C.S. Lewis book, beginning at the Gillian Lynne Theatre July 28.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical is playing the Utah venue through October 20.
The musical by Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz will run in Tokyo before continuing to Fukuoka and Osaka.
The Tony-winning musical plays the Ross Family Theatre.
Tony and Olivier winner Trevor Nunn directs the musical's world premiere at the Nottingham Playhouse.
The Oklahoma! director is back to reimagining golden age musicals with a new, jazzy take on Frank Loesser's The Most Happy Fella.
The production just celebrated its three year anniversary on Broadway.
Olivier and Tony nominee Kate Fleetwood is Cruella de Vil.
See new production photos of the immersive theatrical and dining experience.
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