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Actors' Shakespeare Project, Somerville, Massachusetts.

Othello (William Shakespeare), September 23–October 25, 2015

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), December 9, 2015–January 3, 2016

Richard II (William Shakespeare), February 17–March 13, 2016

The School for Scandal (Richard Brinsley Sheridan), April 13–May 8, 2016

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American Players Theatre, Spring Green, Wisconsin.

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), to October 4, 2015

A Streetcar Named Desire (Tennessee Wiliams), to September 5, 2015

Pride and Prejudice (Joseph Hanreddy, J.R. Sullivan), to September 26, 2015

The Island (Athol Fugard, John Kani, WInston, Nishona), to September 26, 2015

Private Lives (Noël Coward), July 31–October 2, 2015

Othello (William Shakespeare), August 7–October 3, 2015

An Iliad (Lisa Peterson, Denis O'Hare), to October 18, 2015

Seascape (Edward Albee), August 8–October 18, 2015

The Game of Love and Chance (Pierre Carlet de Marivaux), October 30–November 22, 2015

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American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, Virginia.

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), to November 27, 2015

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), to November 28, 2015

Henry VI, Part 1 (William Shakespeare), September 11–November 28, 2015

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), to November 29, 2015

The Santaland Diaries (David Sedaris, adapted by Joe Mantello), December 1–27, 2015

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, adapted by Jim Warren), December 4–27, 2015

The Twelve Dates of Christmas (Ginna Hoben), December 2–31, 2015

Women Beware Women (Thomas Middleton), January 28–March 31, 2016

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare, Thomas Middleton), January 14–April 1, 2016

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), January 8–April 2, 2016

The Sea Voyage (John Fletcher, Phillip Massinger), February 18–April 2, 2016

Love for Love (William Congreve), March 9–April 3, 2016

Henry V (William Shakespeare), September 4–June 10, 2016 [On tour to April 2016]

Arms and the Man (George Bernard Shaw), April 27–June 11, 2016

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), September 2–June 11, 2016 [On tour to April 2016]

The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde), September 3–June 12, 2016 [On tour to April 2016]

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Aquila Theatre, New York, New York

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), September 20–November 15, 2015 [Tour]

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Author Conan Doyle), October 1–November 22, 2015 [Tour]

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Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.

Dear Evan Hansen (Steven Levenson, Bej Pasek, Justin Paul), to August 23, 2015

Destiny of Desire (Karen Zacarías), September 11–October 18, 2015

Erma Bombeck: At Wit's End (Allison Engel, Margaret Engel), October 16–November 8, 2015

Akeelah and the Bee (Doug Atchison, Cheryl L. West), November 13–December 27, 2015

Oliver! (Lionel Bart), October 30, 2015–January 3, 2016

The City of Conversation (Anthony Giardina), January 29–March 6, 2016

The Lion (Benjamin Scheuer), February 26–April 3, 2016

All the Way (Robert Schenkkan), April 1–May 8, 2016

Disgraced (Ayad Akhtar), April 22–May 29, 2016

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Atlanta Shakespeare Company/The New American Shakespeare Tavern, Atlanta, Georgia.

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), to August 2, 2015

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), August 7–23, 2015

Pericles, Prince of Tyre (William Shakespeare), August 28–September 6, 2015

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Babes With Blades Theatre Company, Chicago, Illinois.

Patchwork Drifter (Jennifer L. Mickelson), August–September 2015

180 Degree Rule (M.E.H. Lewis, Barbara Lhota), April–May 2016

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The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, Baltimore, Maryland.

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), to August 9, 2015

Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), July 31–August 23, 2015

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), November 6–22, 2015

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BAM, Brooklyn, New York

Antigone (Sophocles), September 24–October 4, 2015

17 Border Crossings (Thaddeus Phillips), September 30–October 3, 2015

Tabac Rouge (James Thierrée), September 30–October 4, 2015

Helen Lawrence (Stan Douglas, Chris Haddock), October 14–17, 2015

Halo (Martin Zimmermann), October 15–17, 2015

texts&beheadings/ElizabethR (Karin Coonrod), October 21–24, 2015

The Exalted (Carl Hancock Rux, Theo Bleckmann), October 28–31, 2015

Opus (Circa), November 4–8, 2015

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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Vancouver, British Columbia

Shakespeare's Rebel (C.C. Humphreys), to September 19, 2015

Loves' Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), to September 20, 2015

King Lear (William Shakespeare), to September 20, 2015

The Comedy of Errors(William Shakespeare), to September 26, 2015

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Boston University Shakespeare Society, Boston, Massachusetts.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), Fall 2015

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Brave Spirits, Washington, D.C.

The Bloody Banquet (Thomas Middleton, Thomas Dekker), to August 22, 2015

Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), October–November, 2015

Henry IV, Part Two (William Shakespeare), October–November, 2015

The Maid's Tragedy (Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher), Spring, 2016

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California Shakespeare Theater, Orinda, California.

Life Is a Dream (Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Translated and Adapted by Nilo Cruz), to August 2, 2015

The Mystery of Irma Vep (Charles Ludlam), August 12–September 6, 2015

King Lear (William Shakespeare), September 16–October 11, 2015

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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Baltirmore, Maryland.

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), September 18–October 11, 2015

Titus Andronicus (William Shakespeare), October 23–November 15, 2015

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 4–23, 2015

Wild Oats (John O'Keefe), March 4–17, 2016

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), April 15–May 15, 2016

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), June 10–19, 2016

The Three Musketeers (Alexandre Dumas), June 24–July 24, 2016

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Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

The Little Mermaid (Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Glenn Slater, Doug Wright), to August 16, 2015

Shakespeare's Greatest Hits (William Shakespeare), to August 16, 2015 [Tour of parks]

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), September 8–November 8, 2015

Ride the Cyclone (Jacob Richmond, Brooke Maxwell), September 29–November 15, 2015

The Heir Apparent (Jean-François Regnard, adapted by David Ives), November 29, 2015–January 17, 2016

Othello (William Shakespeare), February 18–April 10, 2016

Tug of War: Foreign Fire (William Shakespeare's Edward III, Henry V, and Henry VI, Part One), May 11–June 12, 2016

Tug of War: Civil Strife (William Shakespeare's Henry VI, Parts Two and Three and Richard III), September 14–October 9, 2016

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Complete History of America (Abridged) (Adam Long, Reed Martin, Austin Tichenor), to August 15, 2015

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), July 31–September 4, 2015

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), August 5–September 3, 2015

Cyrano de Bergerac (Edmon Rostand, translated by Anthony Burgess), September 11–October 3, 2015

Death of a Salesman (Arthur Miller), October 16–November 7, 2015

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), November 20–December 12, 2015

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) (Michael Carlton, James Fitzgerald, John K. Alvarez), December 16–27, 2015

Henry VI, Part One (William Shakespeare), January 22–February 13, 2016

Emma (Jon Jory), February 26–March 26, 2016

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), April 8–May 7, 2016

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), May 13–June 4, 2016

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Cleveland Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, Ohio

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), to August 2, 2015

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Creation Theatre, Oxford, England

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), July 28–September 12, 2015

Alice (Lewis Carroll), August 18–September 13, 2015

Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson), Winter 2015

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The EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens, Wimberley, Texas

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), August 6–15, 2015

Godspell (Stephen Schwartz, John-Michael Tebelak.), September 4–27, 2015

Snow White & Rose Red, September 12–October 4, 2015

To Kill A Mockingbird (Harper Lee), October 30–November 22, 2015

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Faction of Fools, Washington, D.C.

Pinocchio!, on tour

A Commedia Romeo & Juliet (William Shakespeare), on tour

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Folger Theatre, Washington, D.C.

texts&beheadings/Elizabeth R (Karin Coonrood), September 19–October 4, 2015

Pericles (William Shakespeare), November 13–December 20, 2015

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), January 26–March 6, 2016

William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged) (Reed Martin, Austin Tichenor), April 21–May 8, 2016

District Merchants (Aaron Posner), May 31–July 3, 2016

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Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.

The Guard (Jessica Dickey), September 25–October 18, 2015

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael Wilson), November 19–December 31, 2015

The Glass Menagerie (Tennessee Williams), January 22–February 21, 2016

110 in the Shade (Harvey Schmidt, Tom Jones, N. Richard Nash), March 11–May 14, 2016

One Destiny (Richard Hellesen), March–July 2016

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Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland, Ohio

The Secret Garden (Marsha Norman, Lucy Simon), September 25–October 31, 2015

King Lear (William Shakespeare), October 2–November 1, 2015

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), November 28–December 23, 2015

And Then There Were None (Agath Christie), February 26–March 20, 2016

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), April 8–24, 2016

The Fantasticks (Tom Jons, Harvey Schmidt), May 13–29, 2016

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Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Music Man (Meredith Willson) to August 23, 2015

Stage Kiss (Sarah Ruh) to August 30, 2015

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Harrisburg Shakespeare Company, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

The Princess and the Pea (Hans Christian Andersen), to August 22, 2015

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), November 7–29, 2015

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Hudson Shakespeare Company, Jersey City, New Jersey

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), August 5–22, 2015

Shakespeare Shorts, Fall 2015

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Hudson Warehouse, New York, New York

Titus Andronicus (William Shakespeare), July 31–August 24, 2015

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Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise, Idaho

Dial "M" for Murder (Frederick Knott), to August 2, 2015

The Secret Garden (Marsha Norman, Lucy Simon), to August 30, 2015

King Lear (William Shakespeare), August 7–27, 2015

The Fantasticks (Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt), September 4–27, 2015

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Independent Shakespeare Company, Los Angeles, California

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), July 30–August 25, 2015

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Ithaca Shakespeare Company, Ithaca, New York

Henry V (William Shakespeare), February 2016

Henry VI (William Shakespeare), Summer 2016

Richard III (William Shakespeare), Fall 2016

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Laboratory Theater of Florida, Fort Myers, Florida

Happy (Robert Carlisle), August 14–29, 2015

Calendar Girls (Tim Firth), October 2–17, 2015

Stage Kiss (Sarah Ruhl), November 6–21, 2015

24-hour Playwriting Project, December 5, 2015

The Eight: Reindeer Monologues (Jeff Goode), December 11–20, 2015

The Velocity of Autumn (Eric Coble), January 8–23, 2016

La Cage aux Folles (Harvey Fierstein, Jerry Herman, Jean Poiret), February 5–27, 2016

Bad Jews (Joshua Harmon), March 11–26, 2016

Visuality Play (The Laboratory Theater of Florida Ensemble), March 31–April 5, 2016

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), April 22–May 7, 2016

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Lantern Theater Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Photograph 51 (Anna Ziegler), September 10–October 11, 2015

Underneath the Lintel (An Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidences) (Glen Berger), November 5–December 6, 2015

Oscar Wilde: From the Depths (Charles McMahon), January 14–February 14, 2016

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), March 10–April 10, 2016

36 Views (Naomi Lizuka), May 26–June 26, 2016

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Lincoln Center Theater, New York, New York

Gabriadze Theatre: Ramona (Rezo Gabriadze), to August 1, 2015 [Lincoln Center Festival]

Miss Julie (August Strindberg, adapted by Mikhail Durnenkov), to August 2, 2015 [Lincoln Center Festival]

Shows for Days (Douglas Carter Beane), to August 23, 2016

The King and I (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II), to January 3, 2016

Dada Woof Papa Hot (Peter Parnell), October 15, 2015–January 3, 2016

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Livermore Shakespeare Festival, Livermore, California

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), to August 2, 2015

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Long Beach Shakespeare Company, Long Beach, California

Just So Stories (Rudyard Kipling), to August 1, 2015

Henry V (William Shakespeare), August 28–September 19, 2015

Tell-Tale Heart and The Time Machine (Edgar Allan Poe), October 9–11, 2015

Arsenic and Old Lace (Joseph Kesselring), October 23–25, 2015

Radio Show: War of the Worlds (H.G. Wells), October 30–November 1, 2015

A Child's Christmas in Wales (Dylan Thomas), November 27–December 3, 2015

Radio Show: A Christms Carol (Charles Dickens), December 18–20, 2015

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Molotov Theatre Group, Washington, D.C.

Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (Jennifer Haley), to August 2, 2015

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National Players touring company, Olney, Maryland

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), September 2015–May 2016 (tour)

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), September 2015–May 2016 (tour)

A Tale of Two Cities (Charles Dickens, adapted by Benjamin Kingsland), September 2015–May 2016 (tour)

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National Theatre, London, England

A Trew Work in Progress (Russell Brand), July 29–August 13, 2015

The Motherf**ker with the Hat (Stephen Adly Guirgis), to August 20, 2015

Homegrown (Omar El-Khairy, Nadia Latif), August 12–29, 2015

Everyman (Carol Ann Duffy), August 30, 2015

The Beaux Strategem (George Farquhar), to September 20, 2015

The Red Lion (Patrick Marber), to September 30, 1995

Pomona (Alistair McDowell), September 10–October 10, 2015

Our Country's Good (Timberlake Wertenbaker), August 19–October 17, 2015

Three Days in the Country (Patrick Marber), to October 21, 2015

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), October 21–November 6, 2015

Consensual (Evan Placey), September 18–December 2, 2015

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), September 29–December 2, 2015

Wuthering Heights (Emily Brontë), September 25–December 4, 2015

Here We Go (Caryl Churchill), November 25–December 19, 2015

I Want My Hat Back (Jon Klassen), November 12, 2015–January 2, 2016

Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë, adapted by Bristol Old Vic), September 8, 2015–January 10, 2016

Waste (Harley Granville Barker), November 3, 2015–January 16, 2016

Husbands and Sons (DH Lawrence, adapted by Ben Power), October 19, 2015–January 19, 2016

Evening at the Talk House (Wallas Shawn), November 17, 2015–January 23,

War Horse (Michael Morpurgo), to February 11, 2016 [New London Theatre]

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Mark Haddon, Simon Stephens), to Febuary 13, 2016 [Gielgud Theatre]

wonder.land (Damon Albarn, Moira Buffini), November 27, 2015–Febraury 28, 2016

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), October 26, 2015–March 5, 2016

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Nebraska Shakespeare, Omaha, Nebraska

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), September 28–October 24, 2015 (tour)

Coriolanus (William Shakespeare), November 2015

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New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, New Orleans, Louisiana

The Gavin Mahlie All Things Shakespeare Program, August 6–9, 2015

Cymbeline (William Shakespeare), January 15, 2016

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The New Victory Theater, New York, New York

Robin Hood (Greg Banks), October 2–11, 2015

The Gruffalo (Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler), October 17–25, 2015

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), October 30–November 8, 2015

White (Andy Manley), November 4–22, 2015

Cuba Vibra! (Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba), November 13–29, 2015

Pedal Punk (Cirque Mechanics), December 4, 2015–January 3, 2016

Museum of Memories (NIE Theatre), January 8–17, 2016

The Velveteen Rabbit (Unicorn Theatre), January 22–31, 2016

Untapped!, February 5–21, 2016

Handa's Surprise (Little Angel Theatre), February 12–21, 2016

Caps for Sale The Musical (Esphyr Slobodkina, adapted by Michael J. Bobbitt, Ann Marie Sayer, Bill Yanesh), February 27–March 6, 2016

Fly (The Pasadena Playhouse/Crossroads Theatre Company), March 11–27, 2016

The Star Keeper (Théâtre de L'Œil), April 1–3, 2016

Bello Mania, April 15–May 1, 2016

The Pied Piper (Carlo Colla & Sons Marionette Company), May 6–15, 2016

Cité (Le Clan des Songes), May 14–22, 2016

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Next Stop Theatre Company, Herndon, Virginia

Kiss Me, Kate (Cole Porter, Bella Spewack, Samuel Spewack), August 20–September 13, 2015

No Spring Chicken (Ginna Hoben), September 24–October 11, 2016

Deathtrap (Ira Levin), October 29–November 22, 2015

Middletown (Will Eno), January 14–February 7, 2016

Crimes of the Heart (Beth Henley), February 25–March 20, 2016

City of Angels (Larry Gelbart, Cy Coleman, David Zippel), May 12–June 5, 2016

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The Old Globe, San Diego, California

Kiss Me Kate (Cole Porter, Sam and Bella Spewack), to August 9, 2015

Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (Ken Ludwig), to September 6, 2015

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), August 16–September 20, 2015

In Your Arms (Stephen Flaherty, Douglas Carter Beane, Nilo Cruz, Christopher Durang, Carrie Fisher, David Henry Hwang, Rajiv Joseph, Terrence McNally, Marsha Norman, Lynn Nottage, Alfred Uhry) September 15–October 25, 2015

Full Gallop (Mark Hampton, Mary Louise Wilson), September 26–October 25, 2015

The Metromaniacs (Alexis Piron, David Ives), January 30–March 6, 2016

The Last Match (Anna Ziegler), February 13–March 13, 2016

Rain (Sybille Pearson, Michael John LaChiusa), March 24–May 1, 2016

Constellations (Nick Payne), April 9–May 8, 2016

Camp David (Lawrence Wright), May 13–June 19, 2016

tokyo fish story (Kimber Lee), May 28–June 26, 2016

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, Oregon

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), to October 9, 2015

Head Over Heels (Jeff Whitty, the Go-Go's), to October 10, 2015

The Count of Monte Cristo (Alexandra Dumas), to October 10, 2015

Long Day's Journey Into Night (Eugene O'Neill), to October 31, 2015

Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land (Stan Lai), to October 31, 2015

Sweat (Lynn Nottage), July 29–October 31, 2015

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), to November 1, 2015

Guys and Dolls (Frank Loesser, Joe Swerliing Abe Burrow), to November 1, 2015

Pericles (William Shakespeare), to November 1, 2015

The River Bride (Marisela Treviño Orta), February 21–July 7, 2016

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), June 7–October 14, 2016

The Wiz (William F. Brown, Charlie Smalls), June 8–October 15, 2016

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), June 9–October 16, 2016

Vietgone (Qui Nguyen), March 30–October 29, 2016

Roe (Lisa Loomer), April 20–October 29, 2016

Timon of Athens (William Shakespeare), July 27–October 29, 2016

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), February 19–October 30, 2016

Great Expectations (Charles Dickens, adapted by Penny Metropulos, Linda Alper), February 20–October 30, 2016

The Yeomen of the Guard (Arthur Sullivan, W.S. Gilbert), February 24–October 30, 2016

Richard II (William Shakespeare), July 5–October 30, 2016

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Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF, Orlando, Florida

Monty Python's SPAMALOT (Eric Idle, John Du Prez), September 9–October 11, 2015

Bakersfield Mist (Stephen Sachs), October 14–November 15, 2015

Magic Tree House: A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens (Will Osborne, Randy Courts, Jenny Laird), October 22–November 20, 2015

[Holiday show to be announced] December 2, 2015–January 3, 2016

Dancing Lessons (Mark St. Germain), January 6–February 7, 2016

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), February 10–March 27, 2016

Pericles (William Shakespeare), February 24–March 26, 2016

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Christopher Durang), March 30–May 1, 2016)

Elephant and Piggie's: "We're In a Play!" (Mo Willems, Deborah Wicks La Puma), April 7–May 7, 2016

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The Pearl Theatre Company, New York, New York

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), September 8–October 31, 2015

The Chairs (Eugene Ionesco, translated by Rob Melrose), September 21–November 1, 2015

Stupid Fu**ing Bird (Aaron Posner), March 15–May 8, 2016

The Ding Dong (Mark Shanahan from Georges Feydeau), April 5–May 15, 2016

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The Public Theater, New York, New York

Awake and Sing! (Clifford Odets), to August 8, 2015

Cymbeline (William Shakespeare), to August 22 [Free Shakespeare in the Park]

The Odyssey (Homer, Todd Almond), September 4–7, 2015 [Public Works]

Barbecue (Robert O'Hara), September 22–November 1, 2015

Eclipsed (Lupita Nyong'o), September 29–November 8, 2015

First Daughter Suite (Michael John LaChiusa), October 6–November 15, 2015

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), November 2–22, 2015 [Mobile Shakespeare Unit]

Before Your Very Eyes (Gob Squad), October 17–Novembeer 29, 2015

Germinal (Halory Goerger, Antoine Defoort), January 6–17, 2016 [Under the Radar Festival]

The Gabriels: Election Year in the Life of One Family—Play One: Hungry (Richard Nelson), February 27–March 20, 2016

Hamilton (Lin-Manuel Miranda), to March 27, 2016 [Richard Rodgers Theatre]

Dry Powder (Sarah Burgess), March 1–April 10, 2016

Head of Passes (Tarell Alvin McCraney), March 15–April 24, 2016

The Total Bent (Stew, Heidi Rodewald), May 10–June 19, 2016

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), May 10–29, 2016 [Mobile Shakespeare Unit]

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Riverside Theatre, Iowa City, Iowa

Shipwrecked!—The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as Told by Himself) (Donald Marguilies), September 25–October 18, 2015

The Glass Menagerie (Tennessee Williams), November 6–22, 2015

Coming of Age in Chore Boots (Janet Schlapkohl), December 4–20, 2015

Line of Descent (William McCauley), January 29–February 21, 2016

Roar! A Weird, Wild & Wonderful Night of Solo Works, March 4–13, 2016

Dancing Lessons (Mark St. Germain), April 1–17, 2016

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Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-upon-Avon and London, England

Othello (William Shakespeare), to August 28, 2015

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), to September 2, 2015

The Jew of Malta (Christopher Marlowe), to September 8, 2015

Volpone (Ben Johnson), to September 12, 2015

Hecuba (Euripides, translated by Marina Carr), September 17–October 17, 2015

The Famous Victories of Henry V (William Shakespeare), to November 19, 2015

Love for Love (William Congreve), October 28, 2015–January 22, 2016

Queen Anne (Helen Edmundson), November 19, 2015–January 23, 2016

Henry V (William Shakespeare), September 12–January 24, 2015

Wendy and Peter Pan (Ella Hickson), November 17, 2015–January 31, 2016

Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), December 12, 2015–January 22, 2016

Henry IV, Part Two (William Shakespeare), December 14, 2015–January 22, 2016

Richard II (William Shakespeare), January 7–22, 2016

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), February–June 2016

King Lear (William Shakespeare), 2016

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San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, San Francisco, California

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), to September 27, 2015

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), Fall 2015–Spring 2016 (school tour)

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Seattle Public Theater at the Bathhouse, Seattle, Washington

Risky Business, July 31, 2015 (youth program, grades 7-12)

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), July 31–August 2, 2015 (youth program, grades 6-9)

Park Plays, August 7, 2015 (youth program, grades 5-8)

Monkey King (Lauren Mashall), August 7–9, 2015 (youth program, grades 5-8)

The Front Page (Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur), August 14–22, 2015 (youth program, grades 9-12)

SPT! The Musical!, August 26–27, 2015 (youth program, grades 6-12)

The Reluctant Dragon (Kenneth Grahame), August 28, 2015 (youth program, grades 2-5)

Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson), August 28–30, 2015 (youth program, grades 4-8)

Re-Imagined Fairy Tales, September 4, 2015 (youth program, grades 1-3)

Hanuman in the Underworld (Jennifer Dice), September 4, 2015 (youth program, grades 5-8)

Bad Jews (Joshua Harmon), October 1–18, 2015

Amadeus (Peter Shaffer), January 28–February 14, 2016

The Other Place (Sharr White), March 24–April 10, 2016

Caught (Christopher Chen), May 19–June 5, 2016

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Shakespeare & Company, White Bear Lake, Minnesota

The Miser (Moliere), to July 31, 2015

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), to August 1, 2015

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), to August 2, 2015

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Shakespeare Forum, New York, New York

Henry V (William Shakespeare), 2015

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Shakespeare In The Vines, Temecula, California

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), to August 1, 2015

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), August 13–29, 2015

Charley's Aunt (Brandon Thomas), September 17–October 3, 2015

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Shakespeare's Globe, London, England

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), August 17–23, 2015 [Cantonese]

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), to September 5, 2015

The Heresy of Love (Helen Edmundson), August 3–September 5, 2015

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), August 10–September 12, 2015

The Oresteia (Aeschylus), August 29–October 16, 2015

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), to October 17, 2015

Nell Gwynn (Jessica Swale), September 19–October 17, 2015

Richard II (William Shakespeare), September 26–October 18, 2015

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), global tour through April 23, 2016

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Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, D.C.

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), September 1–13, 2015

Salomé (Oscar Wilde), October 6–November 8, 2015

Kiss Me, Kate (Cole Porter, Samuel Spewack, Bella Spewack), November 17, 2015–January 3, 2016

The Critic (Richard Brinsley Sheridan, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher), January 5–February 14, 2016

The Real Inspector Hound (Tom Stoppard), January 5–February 14, 2016

Othello (William Shakespeare), February 23–March 27, 2016

1984 (George Orwell, adapted by Robert Icke), March 8–April 10, 2016

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), May 17–June 26, 2016

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Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Madison, New Jersey

Misalliance (George Bernard Shaw), August 5–30, 2015

Equivocation (Bill Cain), September 16–October 4, 2015

Something Wicked This Way Comes, October 26, 2015

The Diary of Anne Frank (Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Wendy Kesselman), October 14–November 21, 2015

Something Merry This Way Comes, December 14, 2015

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), December 2–27, 2015

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Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario

Oedipus Rex (Sophocles), to September 18, 2015

Pericles (William Shakespeare), to September 19, 2015

Possible Worlds (John Mighton), to September 19, 2015

The Alchemist (Ben Jonson), to October 3, 2015

The Physicists (Friedrich Dürrenmatt ), to October 3, 2015

The Last Wife (Kate Hennig), to October 7, 2015

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), to October 9, 2015

The Diary of Anne Frank (Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, adapted by Wendy Kesselman), to October 10, 2015

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), to October 10, 2015

She Stoops to Conquer (Oliver Goldsmith), to October 10, 2015

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), to October 11, 2015

Carousel (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II), to October 16, 2015

The Sound of Music (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse), to October 18, 2015

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), 2016

A Chorus Line (James Kirkwood, Nicholas Dante, Marvin Hamlisch, Edward Kleban), 2016

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), 2016

The Hypochondriac (Molière), 2016

The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (C.S. Lewis, Adrian Mitchell), 2016

A Little Night Music (Stephen Sondheim, Hugh Wheeler), 2016

Shakespeare In Love (Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard, Lee Hall), 2016

Breath of Kings—Rebellion: Richard II and Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), 2016

Breath of Kings—Redemption: Henry IV, Part Two and Henry V (William Shakespeare), 2016

All My Sons (Arthur Miller), 2016

John Gabriel Borkman (Henrik Ibsen, Paul Walsh), 2016

Bunny (Hannah Moscovitch), 2016

The Aeneid (Oliver Kemeid, Maureen Labonté, 2016

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Synetic Theater, Arlington, Virginia

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), to August 9, 2015

Alice in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll), September 30–November 8, 2015

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), December 9, 2015–January 17, 2016

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), February 17–March 27, 2016

The Man in the Iron Mask (Alexandre Dumas) May 11–June 19, 2016

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), July 13–August 7, 2016

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Taffety Punk, Washington, D.C.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), August 3, 2015

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Ten Thousand Things Theatre Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Henry IV, Part 1 (William Shakespeare), October 8–November 1, 2015

Dear World (Jerome Lawrence, Robert Lee, Jerry Herman), January 14–February 7, 2016

Changelings (Kira Obolensky), May 13–June 5, 2016

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Theatre for a New Audience, Brooklyn, New York

Isolde (Richard Maxwell), September 6–27, 2015

Pericles (William Shakespeare), February 14–March 27, 2016

A Doll's House (Henrik Ibse, Thornton Wilder), May 4–June 12, 2016

The Father (August Strindberg, David Greig), May 4–June 12, 2016

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Theatreworks, Colorado Springs, Colorado

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), July 30–August 22, 2015

Private Lives (Noël Coward) September 10–27, 2015

Ghosts (Henrik Ibsen), October 22–November 8, 2015

Born Yesterday (Garson Kanin), December 3–24, 2015

Satchmo at the Waldorf (Terry Teachout), February 18–March 6, 2016

Archangels Don't Play Pinball (Dario Fo), March 31–April 10, 2016

Girl of the Golden West (David Belasco), April 28–May 15, 2016

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Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City, Utah

King Lear (William Shakespeare), to September 4, 2015

South Pacific (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II), to September 4, 2015

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), to September 5, 2015

Amadeus (Peter Schaffer), to September 5, 2015

Henry IV, Part Two (William Shakespeare), to September 5, 2015

The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), September 24–October 30, 2015

Charley's Aunt (Brandon Thomas), to October 31, 2015

Dracula (Bram Stoker, Steven Dietz), September 25–October 31, 2015

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Vermont Shakespeare Company, North Hero, Vermont

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), August 1–16, 2015

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WSC Avant Bard, Arlington, Virginia

Friendship Betrayed (Maria de Zayas y Sotomayor), September 10–October 11, 2015

Holiday Memories (Truman Capote, Russell Vandenbroucke), November 25–December 20, 2015

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), January 14–February 7, 2016

The Good Devil (in Spite of Himself) (Mario Baldessari, Tyler Herman), June 16–July 17, 2016

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