On Stage In America
Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Nov. 17-Dec. 23
Truman Capote's stories of his boyhood adventures in Monroeville, Ala., have been adapted for the stage.
Old Globe Theatre
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Nov. 19-Dec. 31
The Grinch takes center stage for the third year at the Old Globe, in this holiday musical of the Dr. Seuss classic.
American Conservatory Theater
Glengarry Glen Ross
Jan. 4-Feb. 4
David Mamet's 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winning play (later made into a movie) revels in the dark struggles for power and bucks at a real estate office.
Denver Center Theatre Company
Oct. 21-Dec. 2
This 10-1/2-hour play, with a break for dinner, tells the story of the Trojan War and its aftermath.
Goodspeed Opera House
Red, Hot and Blue!
Through Dec. 31
Cole Porter lyrics and tunes highlight this musical revue that starred Ethel Merman, Jimmy Durante, and Bob Hope in its 1936 Broadway debut.
District of Columbia
Nov. 3-Jan. 7
Vy wants to be a songwriter, and she especially wants to work with Duke Ellington. But the only way she can do it is by posing as a man.
Alliance Theatre Company
A Moon for the Misbegotten
Through Nov. 4
Eugene O'Neill's classic love tale tells of a father who hopes for a marriage between his daughter and a landowner.
Theatre in the Square
The 1940s Radio Hour
Nov. 21-Dec. 31
How were radio broadcasts put together for US troops overseas during World War II? The 19th annual showing of this production gives a behind-the-scenes look.
The Goodman Theatre
King Hedley II
Nov. 30-Jan. 13
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson's work - about African-American struggles in 1985 Pittsburgh - is the first to be shown in the new playhouse.
Steppenwolf Theatre Co.
Nov. 24-Jan. 20
In an Irish pub, four men regale the new girl in town with local myths and personal vignettes.
Indiana Repertory Theatre
Crumbs from the Table of Joy
Nov. 1-Dec. 17
A young African-American girl moves to Brooklyn, N.Y., from a small Southern town with her father and sister after the death of her mother. Unpredictable Harlem partygoer Aunt Lily introduces Ernestine to the civil rights movement.
Actors Theatre of Louisville
A Tuna Christmas
Nov. 3-Dec. 30
Full of fun - two actors play more than 20 characters from Tuna, Texas.
(502) 584-1205 or (800) 4ATL-TIX
Portland Stage Company
Jan. 30-Feb. 18
An Irish-American photographer searches for her father and comes across her family's story in the process.
Huntington Theatre Company
A Fair Country
Oct. 27-Nov. 26
A family of white Americans opposed to apartheid, yet living in South Africa in 1977, find themselves drawn into the country's racial struggles and onto the side they don't support. From young American playwright Jon Robin Baitz.
The Shubert Theatre
Death of a Salesman
Nov. 28-Dec. 10
The revival of Arthur Miller's Tony Award-winning play of thwarted dreams stars Brian Dennehy, who received a Tony Award for his role as the traveling salesman in an earlier New York production.
Jan. 12-Feb. 4
In Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identities, set in the roaring '20s. Viola searches for her twin brother.
(612) 377-2224 or (800) 44-STAGE
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
Jan. 3-Feb. 2
George Bernard's classic play about a father who's an arms dealer and a daughter who espouses religion.
New Stage Theatre
Jan. 24-Feb. 11
Winner of Broadway's Tony Award for Best Play in 1998. Friendships are tested when one man in a circle of three friends buys an odd, and quite expensive, piece of art.
School for Scandal
Feb. 13-March 4
A Restoration-era comedy by 18th-century British playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan comments on the consequences of gossip and rumor.
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
Nov. 4-Dec. 23
A 17-song comic, musical revue of the ups and downs of dating, marriage, in-laws, and children.
Jan. 12-Feb. 10
In the 1975 Tony Award-winner for Best Play, by Peter Shaffer, a teenage boy who has blinded six horses comes under the care of a court psychiatrist.
Seattle Repertory Theatre
A Delicate Balance
Jan. 8-Feb. 17
Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Edward Albee about a daughter who goes home after her fourth marriage.
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