On Stage in America

A rotating, selective list of theater offerings around the country.

CALIFORNIA

San Diego

Old Globe Theatre

All in the Timing

Six comic playlets about those out of sync with the universe.

March 25 - May 3.

(619) 239-2255

www.oldglobe.org

San Francisco

American Conservatory Theater

Mary Stuart

Friedrich Schiller's vision of the tragic queen of Scotland.

March 26 - April 26.

(415) 749-2228

http://www.act-sfbay.org

San Jose

San Jose Repertory Theatre

Icarus

Edwin Sanchez's exploration of beauty - skin-deep and deeper.

April 19 - May 17.

(408) 291-2255

www.sjrep.com

COLORADO

Denver

The Denver Center Theatre Company

Blues for an Alabama Sky

Pearl Cleage's drama about the Harlem Renaissance.

March 19 - April 25.

Macbeth

The Scottish tragedy.

March 26 - April 25.

Taking Leave

A professor's daughters' rush to aid him in crisis.

April 15 - June 13.

(303) 893-4100

www.artstozoo.org/denvercenter/

CONNECTICUT

Hartford

Hartford Stage

Tintypes

A musical collage of rare tunes.

March 28 - May 2.

(860) 525-5601

New Haven

Yale Repertory Theatre

The Cure at Troy

Adaptation of Sophocles' "Philoctetes."

March 26 - April 18.

(203) 432-1234

www.yalerep.org

GEORGIA

Atlanta

Alliance Theatre Company

Medea

Euripides' classic tragedy.

May 7 - June 14.

(404) 733-5000

www.alliancetheatre.org

ILLINOIS

Chicago

The Goodman Theatre

Design for Living

Noel Coward's comic love triangle.

May 1 - June 6.

(312) 443-3800

www.goodman-theatre.org

Steppenwolf Theatre Company

The Man Who Came to Dinner

A 1939 comedy of errors.

April 17 - June 14.

(312) 335-1888

www.steppenwolf.org

INDIANA

Indianapolis

Indiana Repertory Theatre

The Sisters Rosensweig

Wendy Wasserstein's comedy about family episodes.

Through April 11.

(317) 635-5252

www.indianarep.com

KENTUCKY

Louisville

Actors Theatre of Louisville

Radio Gals

Comedy about live radio in Arkansas.

April 9 - May 31.

(502) 584-1205 or 800-4ATL-TIX

www.actorstheatre.org

MAINE

Portland

Portland Stage Company

Culture of Desire

Anne Bogart's examination of consumerism and art.

Through April 5.

The Loman Family Picnic

A child rewrites "Death of a Salesman" as a musical.

April 12 - May 3.

(207) 774-0465

www.portlandarts.com/portlandstageco

MASSACHUSETTS

Cambridge

American Repertory Theatre

Nobody Dies on Friday

Marilyn Monroe's effect on an established theatrical family.

April 16 - May 2.

Albee's Men

Male characters from Edward Albee's plays.

March 24 - April 11.

(617) 547-8300

www.amrep.org

Lowell

Merrimack Repertory Theatre

Frankie and Johnny in the Claire DeLune

Love story about a cook and a waitress.

Through April 11.

(978) 454-0166

www.mrtlowell.com

MISSOURI

St. Louis

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

An Ideal Husband

Oscar Wilde's comedy about love and politics.

Through April 17.

(314) 968-4925

www.stlrep.org

NEW JERSEY

New Brunswick

Crossroads Theatre Company

The Genesis Festival '98

New African-American playwrights.

April 14-26.

(732) 249-5560

www.crossroadstheatre.com

McCarter Theatre

Safe as Houses

Richard Greenberg's new drama about love and loss.

Through April 5.

(609) 683-8000

www.mccarter.org

OREGON

Ashland

Oregon Shakespeare Festival

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Shakespeare's comedy of unrequited love.

Through Nov. 1.

Les Blancs

By Lorraine Hansberry.

Through July 12.

Uncle Vanya

Chekhov's sad comedy about country life and unrequited love.

April 22 - Oct. 31.

(541) 482-4331

www.orshakes.org

RHODE ISLAND

Providence

Trinity Repertory Company

A Girl's Life

Part of the Providence New Play Festival.

Through March 22.

(401) 521-1100

www.trinityrep.com

TEXAS

Houston

Alley Theatre

Hydriotaphia, of the Death of Dr. Browne

Tony Kushner's mysterious play about the 17th-century author.

April 1 - April 25.

(713) 228-8421

www.alleytheatre.com\

WASHINGTON

Seattle

Seattle Repertory Theatre

An Ideal Husband

Oscar Wilde's comedy about love and politics.

Through April 5.

(206) 443-2222

www.seattlerep.org

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