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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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