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Actors' Shakespeare Project, Somerville, Massachusetts

The Tempest (William Shakespere), December 15, 2016–January 22, 2017

Edward II (Christopher Marlowe), February 22–March 19, 2017

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), April 19–May 21, 2017

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Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, Alabama

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Geoggrey Sherman), to December 24, 2016

Because of Winn-Dixie (Kate DiCamillo, Duncan Sheik, Nell Benjamin), January 27–February 12, 2017

Sherlock Holmes (Geoffrey Sherman), March 9–May 13, 2017

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all for One productions, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), February 17–26, 2017

A Wrinkle in Time (Madeline L'Engle, James Sie), April 28–May 7, 2016

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American Players Theatre, Spring Green, Wisconsin

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), June 10–October 22, 2017

A Flea in Her Ear (Georges Feydeau, David Frank, Abbot Chrisman), June 10–October 22, 2017

Cyrano de Bergerac (Edmond Rostand, James DeVita), June 10–October 22, 2017

Three Sisters (Anton Chekhov, Susan Coyne), June 10–October 22, 2017

Pericles (William Shakespeare), June 10–October 22, 2017

The Maids (Jean Genet, Bernard Frechtman), June 10–October 22, 2017

The Unexpected Man (Yasmina Reza, Christopher Hampton), June 10–October 22, 2017

A View from the Bridger (Arthur Miller), June 10–October 22, 2017

The Creditors (August Strindberg, David Greig), November 2017

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American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, Virginia

Santaland Diaries (David Sedaris), to December 26, 2016

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickents), to December 26, 2016

Twelve Dates of Christmas (Ginna Hoben), to December 31, 2016

The Fair Maid of Exchange (Thomas Heywood), March 22–April 6, 2017

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), January 13–April 8, 2017

Coriolanus (William Shakespeare), January 19–April 8, 2017

The School for Scandal (Richard Brinsley Sheridan), February 2–April 9, 2017

Our Town (Thornton Wilder), to June 9, 2017 [On tour through March 2017]

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), to June 10, 2017 [On tour through March 2017]

Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet (Ann-Marie MacDonald), April 26–June 10, 2017

Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), to June 11, 2017 [On tour through March 2017]

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Aquila Theatre, New York, New York

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), touring through spring 2017

Murder on the Nile (Agatha Christie), touring through spring 2017

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Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.

Carousel (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II), to December 24, 2016

Moby Dick (Herman Melville, David Catlin), to December 24, 2016

Roe (Lisa Loomer), January 12–February 19, 2017

Watch on the Rhine (Lillian Hellman), February 2–March 5, 2017

Intelligence (Jacqueline E. Lawton), February 24–April 2, 2017

A Raisin in the Sun (Lorraine Hansberry), March 31–April 30, 2017

Smart People (Lydia R. Diamond), April 14–May 21, 2017

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

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), to December 23, 2016

Doctor Faustus (Christopher Marlowe), January 5–29, 2017

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), February 2–26, 2017

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), March 2–26, 2017

The Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer), March 30–April 23, 2017

Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), April 27–May 21, 2017

The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), May 26–June 11, 2017

Richard III (William Shakespeare), June 15–25, 2017

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Babes With Blades Theatre Company, Chicago, Illinois

Henry V (William Shakespeare), February 18–April 1, 2017

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The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, Baltimore, Maryland

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), March 31–April 23, 2017

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), July 7–30, 2017

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), July 28–August 20, 2017

The Sea Voyage (John Fletcher, Philip Massinger), November 3–19, 2017

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BAM, Brooklyn, New York

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), to December 11, 2016

The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Martin McDonagh), January 11–February 5, 2017

A Man of Good Hope (Jonny Steinberg, Isango Ensemble), February 15–19, 2017

Escaped Alone (Caryl Churchill), February 15–26, 2017

887 (Robert Lepage), March 16–26, 2017

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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Vancouver, British Columbia

Shylock (Mark Leiren-Young), September 6–15, 2017

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), June 22–September 16, 2017

The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), June 29–September 17, 2017

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), June 8–September 22, 2017

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), June 1–September 23, 2017

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The Bard's Town, Louisville, Kentucky

The Kings of Christmas (Doug Schutte), December 8–23, 2016

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Brave Spirits, Alexandria, Virginia

'Tis Pity She's a Whore (John Ford), March 30–April 23 2017

A King and No King (Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher), March 30–April 23 2017

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California Shakespeare Theater, Berkeley, California

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), May 24–June 18, 2017

The Glass Menagerie (Tennessee Williams), July 5–30, 2017

black odyssey (Marcus Gardley), August 9–September 3, 2017

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), September 20–October 3, 2017

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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Baltimore, Maryland

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), to December 23, 2016

Richard III (William Shakespeare), February 10–March 5, 2017

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), March 17–April 9, 2017

The Fantasticks (Harvey Schmidt, Tom Jones), April 21–May 21, 2017

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), June 16–July 23, 2017

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Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

The Complete Deaths (Spymonkey), to December 11, 2016

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), December 14–21, 2016

King Charles III (Mike Bartlett), to January 15, 2017

The Book of Joseph (Karen Hartman), January 29–March 5, 2017

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), February 25–March 25, 2017

Love's Labor's Lost (William Shakespeare), February 7–March 26, 2017

Gravedigger's Hamlet, Spring 2017

Shakespeare In Love (Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard, Lee Hall), April 15–June 11, 2017

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Cincinnati, Ohio

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), to December 10, 2016

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some) (Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald, John K. Alvarez), December 14–31, 2016

Henry VI: The Wars of the Roses Continues (William Shakespeare), January 20–February 11, 2017

Richard III (William Shakespeare), February 17–March 11, 2017

A Raisin in the Sun (Lorraine Hansberry), March 24–April 15, 2017

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), April 28–May 20, 2017

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Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Boston, Massachusetts

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), May 8–16, 2017

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Creation Theatre, Oxford, England

Cinderella (Kate Kerrow), to December 31, 2016

Snow White (Brothers Grimm), to January 7, 2017

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The EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens, Wimberley, Texas

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), to December 18, 2016

Ther Secret Garden (Marsha Norman, Lucy Simon), February 3–26, 2017

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Faction of Fools, Washington, D.C.

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), to December 11, 2016

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First Folio Theatre, Oak Brook, Illinois

Captain Blood! (Rafael Sabatini, David Rice), January 25–February 26, 2017

Silent Sky (Lauren Gunderson), March 29–April 30, 2017

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), July 12–August 20, 2017

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Folger Theatre, Washington, D.C.

The Second Shepherds' Play (adapted by Mary Hall Surface), to December 18, 2016

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), January 24–March 5, 2017

Timon of Athens (William Shakespeare), May 9–June 11, 2017

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Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael Wilson), to December 31, 2016

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Edward Albee), January 21–February 19, 2017

Ragtime (Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens), March 10–May 20, 2017

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GableStage at the Biltmore, Coral Gables, Florida

An Act of God (David Javerbaum), to December 18, 2016

Between Riverside and Crazy (Stephen Adly Guirgis), January 21–February 19, 2017

Dry Powder (Sarah Burgess), March 25–April 23, 2017

The Legend of Georgia McBride (Matthew Lopez), May 27–June 25, 2017

Informed Consent (Deborah Zo Laufer), July 29–August 27, 2017

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Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland, Ohio

Wait Until Dark (Frederick Knott), February 17–March 12, 2017

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), March 31–April 15, 2017

Forever Plaid (Stuart Ross), May 5–21, 2017

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Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, adapted by Crispin Whittell), to December 30, 2016

The Lion in Winter (James Goldman), to December 31, 2016

The Royal Family (George S. Kaufman, Edna Ferber), January 28–March 19, 2017

King Lear (William Shakespeare), February 11–April 2, 2017

The Bluest Eye (Toni Morrison, adapted by Lydia R. Diamond), April 15–May 21, 2017

Refugia (The Moving Company), May 13–June 11, 2017

Sunday in the Park with George (Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine), June 17–August 20, 2017

Native Gardens (Karen Zacarías), July 15–August 20, 2017

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Hamlet Isn't Dead, New York, New York

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), December 8–17, 2016

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Harrisburg Shakespeare Company, Gamut Theatre Group, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), to December 17, 2016

The Brementown Musicians, January 11–28, 2017

R.U.R. (Karel Capek), February 11–26, 2017

The Snow Queen, March 8–25, 2017

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), March 17–26, 2017

Pinocchio, April 19–May 11, 2017

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), June 2–17, 2017

The Ugly Duckling, July 12–August 19, 2017

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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Cold Spring, New York

The Book of Will (Lauren Gunderson), June 8–September 4, 2017

Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen, Kate Hamill), June 8–September 4, 2017

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), June 8–September 4, 2017

The General From America (Richard Nelson), June 8–September 4, 2017

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), June 8–September 4, 2017

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Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise, Idaho

Wait Until Dark (Frederick Knott), May 26–July 30, 2017

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), June 2–25, 2017

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Alan Menken, Stephen Scwartz, Peter Parnelle), June 30–September 1, 2017

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), August 4–September 3, 2017

The Hound of the Baskervilles (Arthur Conan Doyle, Steven Canny, John Nicholson), September 8–October 1, 2017

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Independent Shakespeare Company, Los Angeles, California

A Christmas Carol with Charles Dickens, to December 16, 2016

The Twelve Days of Pinchmas (Dr. Pinch and the Pinchtones), December 17, 2016

The Snow Geese (Sharr White), March 18–April 15, 2017

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Kentucky Shakespeare, Louisville, Kentucky

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Tom Stoppard), January 3–8, 2017

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Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival, Thousand Oaks, California

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), June 30–July 16, 2017

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), July 21–August 6, 2017

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Laboratory Theater of Florida, Fort Myers, Florida

I and You (Lauren Gunderson), December 9–23, 2016

Mothers and Sons (Terrence McNally), January 6–21, 2017

Burn This (Lanford Wilson), February 3–25, 2017

Play On! (Rick Abbot), March 10–April 1, 2017

The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Alfred Uhry), April 14–30, 2017

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Lantern Theater Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

An Iliad (Homer, Lisa Peterson, Denis O'Hare), to December 11, 2016

Informed Consent (Deborah Zoe Laufer), January 12–February 12, 2017

Coriolanus (William Shakespeare), March 9–April 16, 2017

The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Count Leo Tolstoy: Discord (Scott Carter), to July 2, 2017

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Lincoln Center Theater, New York, New York

Falsettos (William Finn, James Lapine), to January 8, 2017

The Babylon Line (Richard Greenberg), to January 22, 2017

Oslo (Beaumont) (J.T. Rogers), March 23–June 18, 2017

The Glass Menagerie (Tennessee Williams), Febraury 7–July 2, 2017 [Golden Theatre on Broadway]

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Long Beach Shakespeare Company, Long Beach, California

Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (L. Frank Baum, Helen Borgers, Edmund Velasco), to December 11, 2016

Radio Show: A Christms Carol (Charles Dickens), December 16–18, 2016

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Los Angeles Drama Club, Los Angeles, California

Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), to December 11, 2016

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), to December 11, 2016

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Michigan Shakespeare Festival, Jackson and Canton, Michigan

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), Summer 2017

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), Summer 2017

The Seagull (Anton Chekhov), Summer 2017

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Montford Park Players, Asheville, North Carolina

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 9–23, 2016

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National Players touring company, Olney, Maryland

The Giver (Lois Lowry, Eric Coble), to May 2017 [tour]

The Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck, Frank Galati), to May 2017 [tour]

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), to May 2017 [tour]

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National Theatre, London, England

Love (Alexander Zeldin), to January 10, 2017

The Red Barn (David Hare), to January 17, 2017

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Mark Haddon, Simon Stephens), to January 21, 2017 [Gielgud Theatre]

Amadeus (Peter Shaffer), to January 26, 2017

Peter Pan (JM Barre, Sally Cookson), to January 28, 2017

Dublin Oldschool (Emmet Kirwan), January 24–31, 2017

The Inspector Calls (JB Priestley), to February 4, 2017 [Playhouse Theatre]

Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen, Patrick Marber), to February 11, 2017

Us/Them (Carly Wijs), January 16–February 18, 2017

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), February 11–18, 2017

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), February 11–18, 2017

This House (James Graham) to February 25, 2017 [Garrick Theatre]

Lost Without Words (Improbable), March 4–18, 2017

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), from February 2017

Ugly Lies the Bone (Lindsey Ferrentino), from March 2017

Consent (Nina Raine), April 2017

Angels in America (Tony Kusher), from May 2017

Salomé (Yaël Farber), from May 2017

Barber Shop Chronicles (Inua Ellams), from June 2017

Mosquitoes (Lucy Kirkwood), from July 2017

Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë, adapted by Bristol Old Vic), April-August 2017 [on tour]

War Horse (Michael Morpurgo, Nick Stafford), September 15, 2017–April 7, 2018 [UK tour]

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), 2018

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New Fortune Theatre Company, San Diego, California

Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Christopher Hampton), January 10–28, 2017

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New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, New Orleans, Louisiana

The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), January 11–20, 2017

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New Victory Theater, New York, New York

Mother Africa: My Home (Circus der Sinne), to January 1, 2017

Oh Boy! (Théâtre de Phare), January 6–15, 2017

Elephand & Piggie (Mo Willems), January 28–February 5, 2017

Water on Mars (Plastic Boom), February 10–26, 2017

Aging Magician (Beth Morrison Projects, VisionIntoArt, Brookly Youth Chorus), March 3–12, 2017

The Way Back Home (Teater Refleksions, Branar Téatar, Oliver Jeffers), March 10–26, 2017

Marcus Gardley's X (The Acting Company), March 17–25, 2017

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), March 19–26, 2017

Something (Liberi Di…Physical Theatre), March 31–April 16, 2017

Nivelli's War (Cahoots NI), April 28–May 7, 2017

Grug and the Rainbow (Windmill Theatre Company, Ted Prior), May 13–21, 2017

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Next Stop Theatre Company, Herndon, Virginia

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), January 19–February 12, 2017

K2 (Patrick Meyers), April 6–30, 2017

Urinetown, the Musical (Mark Hollman, Greg Kotis), May 25–June 25, 2017

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The Old Globe, San Diego, California

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Timothy Mason, Mel Marvin), to December 26, 2016

Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Steve Martin), February 4–March 12, 2017

The Blameless (Nick Gandiello), Febraury 25–March 26, 2017

Red Velvet (Lolita Chakrabarti), March 25–April 30, 2017

Skeleton Crew (Dominique Morisseau), April 8–May 7, 2017

The Old Man and the Old Moon (PigPen Theatre Company), May 13–June 18, 2017

The Imaginary Invalid (Molière), May 27–June 25, 2017

Richard II (William Shakespeare), June 11–July 15, 2017

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), August 6–September 10, 2017

Guys and Dolls (Frank Loesser, Jo Swerling, Abe Burrows), July 2–August 13, 2017

Robin Hood (Ken Ludwig), July 22–August 27, 2017

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Olney Theatre Center, Olney, Maryland

Mary Poppins (Julian Fellowes, Richard M and Robert Sherman, Anthony Drewe, George Stiles, Cameron Mackintosh), to January 1, 2017

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Hugh Wheeler, Stephen Sondheim), February 1–March 5, 2017

Fickle: A Fancy French Farce (Pierre de Marivaux, Meg Miorshnik), March 1–April 2, 2017

The Magic Play (Andrew Hinderaker), April 12–May 7, 2017

Topdog/Underdog (Suzan-Lori Parks), May 17–June 11, 2017

My Fair Lady (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe), June 21–July 25, 2017

Thurgood (George Stevens Jr.), July 19–Augsut 20, 2017

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, Oregon

Mojada (Luis Alfaro), February 19–July 6, 2017

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), June 6–October 13, 2017

Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Tim Rice, Linda Woolverton), June 7–October 14, 2017

The Odyssey (Homer), June 8–October 14, 2017

Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), February 23–October 28, 2017

Hannah and the Dread Gazebo (Jiehae Park), March 29–October 28, 2017

UniSon (August Wilson, UNIVERSES), April 19–October 28, 2017

Off the Rails (Randy Reinholz), July 27–October 28, 2017

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), February 17–October 29, 2017

Shakespeare in Love (Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard, Lee Hall), February 18–October 29, 2017

Henry IV, Part Two (William Shakespeare), July 4–October 29, 2017

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Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF, Orlando, Florida

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (and Then Some!) (Michael Carlton, James Fitzgerald, John K. Alvarez, Will Knapp), to December 30, 2016

Blackberry Winter (Steve Yockey), January 4–February 5, 2017

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), Febraury 22–March 25, 2017

The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald, Simon Levy), February 8–March 26, 2017

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), March 29–April 30, 2017

Pinkalicious, the Musical (Elizabeth Kann, Victoria Kann, John Gregor), April 6–May 7, 2017

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PacRep Theatre, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

Sister Act the Musical (Bill Steinkellner, Cherie Steinkellner), to December 18, 2016

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The Pearl Theatre Company, New York, New York

Vanity Fair (William Thackary, Kate Hamill), March 24–April 23, 2017

Rhinoceros (Eugene Ionesco), April 14–May 13, 2017

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The Philadelphia Artists' Collective, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

All's Well that End's Well (William Shakespeare), to December 17, 2016

The White Devil (John Webster), May 2017

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The Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company, Grand Haven, Michigan

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), Winter 2016

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Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Henry V (William Shakespeare), September 2017

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The Public Theater, New York, New York

Party People (Liesl Tommy, Universes), to December 11, 2016

Tiny Beautiful Things (Nia Vardalos), to December 18, 2016

The Gabriels (Election Year in the Life of One Family) three-play marathons: Hungry, What Do You Expect? and Women of a Certain Age (Richard Nelson), December 10–18, 2016

Saint Joan (David Byrne), February 14–March 19, 2017

The Outer Space (Ethan Lipton), February 24–April 2, 2017

Gently Down the Stream (Martin Sherman), March 14–April 16, 2017

Latin History for Morons (John Leguizamo), March 17–April 23, 2017

Hamilton (Lin-Manuel Miranda), to May 21, 2016 [Richard Rodgers Theatre]

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Reduxion Theatre, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Jane Austen's Christmas Cracker!, to December 17, 2016

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), February 10–March 4, 2017

Reduxion Devised (Tonia Sina), April 21–May 6, 2017

Hello Again (Michael John LaChiusa), June 16–July 8, 2017

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Riverside Theatre, Iowa City, Iowa

Every Brilliant Thing (Duncan Macmillan), to December 11, 2016

A View from the Bridge (Arthur Miller), January 20–February 12, 2017

Lady Macbeth and Her Pal Megan (Megan Gogerty), February 24–March 12, 2017

Relativity (Mark St. Germain), April 14–30, 2017

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

Cymbeline (William Shakespeare), to December 17, 2016

King Lear (William Shakespeare), to December 23, 2016

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), to January 21, 2017

The Two Noble Kinsmen (William Shakespeare, John Fletcher), to February 7, 2017

The Seven Acts of Mercy (Anders Lustgarten), to February 10, 2017

The Rover (Aphra Behn), to February 11, 2017

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), December 12, 2016–March 18, 2017

Love's Labour's Won aka Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), December 9, 2016–March 18, 2017

Matilda (Roald Dahl, Dennis Kelly, Tim Minchen), to May 28, 2017 [Cambridge Theatre]

Snow in Midsummer (France Ya-Chu Cowhig), February 23–March 25, 2017

The Hypocrite (Richard Bean), March 30–April 29, 2017

Venus and Adonis (William Shakespeare), July 26–August 4, 2017

Titus Andronicus (William Shakespeare), June 23–September 2, 2017

Salome (Oscar Wilde), June 2–September 6, 2017

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), March 11–September 7, 2017

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), March 3–September 9, 2017

Vice Versa (Phil Porter), May 11–September 9, 2017

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The Rustic Mechanicals from the Vintage Theatre Company, Clarksburg, West Virginia

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), 2016 [Tour]

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), 2016 [Tour]

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), 2016 [Tour]

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San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, San Francisco, California

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), to March 5, 2017 [Tour]

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Seattle Public Theater at the Bathhouse, Seattle, Washington

The Liar (David Ives), January 26–February19, 2017

Grounded (George Brant), March 23–April 16, 2017

Grand Concourse (Heidi Schreck), May 18–June 11, 2017

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Seattle Shakespeare Company, Seattle, Washington

Bring Down the House (Henry VI) (William Shakespeare, Rosa Joshi, Kate Wisniewski), January 25–March 12, 2017

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), May 3–21, 2017

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Shakespeare and Company, Lenox, Massachusetts

It's A Wonder Life: A Live Radio Play (Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Frank Capra, Jo Swerling ,Joe Landry), December 15-18, 2016

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Shakespeare Dallas, Dallas, Texas

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), Summer 2017

Quixote (Cerbantes, Octavio Solis), Summer 2017

Titus Andronicus (William Shakespeare), Fall 2017

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Shakespeare in Action, Toronto, Canada

Shakespeare Meets Hip Hop, to December 9, 2016, April 24-May 12, 2017 (tour)

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The Shakespeare Project of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

King John (William Shakespeare), January 13–17, 2017

The Changeling (Thomas Middleton, William Rowley), February 24–28, 2017

Love's Labours Lost (William Shakespeare), May 5–9, 2017

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Shakespeare's Globe, London, England

The Little Matchgirl and Other Happier Tales (Hans Christian Andersen and others), to January 22, 2017

All the Angels (Nick Drake), to February 12, 2017

The White Devil (John Webster), January 26–April 16, 2017

Othello (William Shakespeare), February 23–April 16, 2017

Nell Gwynn (Jessica Swale), March 1–May 13, 2017 [including UK Tour]

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), April 22–July 9, 2017

Tristan & Yseult (Carl Grose, Anna Maria Murphy), June 13–24, 2017

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), May 18–August 5, 2017

Boudica (Tristan Bernays), September 8–October 1, 2017

King Lear (William Shakespeare), August 10–October 14, 2017

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), July 14–October 15, 2017

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Shakespeare Republic, Australia

#LoveTheBard, Season One, shakespearerepublic.com/episodes/

#LoveTheBard, Season Two, from December 2016

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Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, D.C.

The Secret Garden (Marsha Norman, Lucy Simon), to December 31, 2017

King Charles III (Mike Bartlett), February 7–March 12, 2017

The Select (The Sun Also Rises) (Elevator Repair Service), February 18–April 2, 2017

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), April 25–May 28, 2017

The School for Lies (David Ives, Molière), May 30–July 2, 2017

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Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Madison, New Jersey

A Child's Christmas in Wales (Dylan Thomas), to January 1, 2017

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Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

Middletown (Will Eno), July 13–September 10, 2017

Androcles and the Lion (Bernard Shaw), June 6–October 7, 2017

Wilde Tales: Stories for Young and Old by Oscar Wilde (Adapted by Kate Hennig), June 8–October 7. 2017

1837: The Farmers' Revolt (Rick Salutin, Theatre Passe Muraille), May 7–October 8, 2017

1979 (Michael Healey), May 20–October 14, 2017

Dracula (Bram Stoker, Liz Lochhead), July 8–October 14, 2017

An Octoroon (Branden Jacobs-Jenkins), July 16–October 14, 2017

Me and My Girl (L. Arthur Rose, Douglas Furber, Stephen Fry, Mike Ockrent, Noel Gay), April 5–October 15, 2017

The Madness of George III (Alan Bennett), April 11–October 15, 2017

Saint Joan (Bernard Shaw), May 3–October 15, 2017

Dancing at Lughnasa (Brian Friel), May 14–October 15, 2017

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Signature Theatre, Arlington, Virginia

Silver Belles (Allyson Currin, Matt Conner, Stephen Gregory Smith), to December 24, 2016

Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing (James Lapine), February 28–March 26, 2017

Midwestern Gothic (Royce Vavrek, Josh Schmidt), March 14–April 30, 2017

Jesus Christ Superstar (Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber), May 9–July 2, 2017

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Silicon Valley Shakespeare, San Jose, California

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), June 9–25, 2017

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), July 28–September 1, 2017

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club (Jeffrey Hatcher), August 4–September 3, 2017

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Southwest Shakespeare Company, Mesa, Arizona

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), December 9–11, 2016

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), January 13–28, 2017

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), January 14–28, 2017

Swansong (Patrick Page), February 24–March 11, 2017

Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen, adapted by Daniel Elihu Kramer), March 24–April 8, 2017

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St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, New York

Longing Lasts Longer (Penny Arcade), to December 11, 2016

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), January 13–February 2, 2017

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips (Michael Morpurgo, Emma Rice), March 14–April 9, 2017

Arlington (Enda Walsh), May 3–28, 2017

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Steel City Shakespeare Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Jeffrey CHips, Michael Mykita), December 15–17, 2016

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Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), opens May 29, 2017

Guys and Dolls (Damon Runyon, Frank Loesser, Abe Burrows, Jo Swerling), opens May 30, 2017

HMS Pinafore (W.S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan), opens May 31, 2017

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), opens June 1, 2017

Timon of Athens (William Shakespeare), opens June 2, 2017

Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson), opens June 3, 2017

The School For Scandal (Richard Brinsely Sheridan), opens June 3, 2017

The Changeling (Thomas Middleton), opens June 15, 2017

Bakkhai (Euripedes, Jillian Keiley), opens June 16, 2017

The Virgini Trial (Kate Hennig), opens June 27, 2017

Tartuffe (Molière), opens August 17, 2017

The Madwoman of Chaillot (Jean Giraudoux), opens August 18, 2017

The Breathing Hole (Colleen Murphy), opens August 18, 2017

The Komagata Maru Incident (Sharon Pollock), opens August 19, 2017

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare, Fayetteville, North Carolina

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), January 5–21, 2017

Saint Joan (George Bernard Shaw), March 1–4, 2017

Paradise Lost (John Milton), March 2–4, 2017

Othello (William Shakespeare), June 1–11, 2017

Cymbeline (William Shakespeare), July 6–16, 2017

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Synetic Theater, Arlington, Virginia

Sleeping Beauty (Grimm Brothers), to January 15, 2017

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), February 15–March 26, 2017

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Victor Hugo), May 10–June 18, 2017

Carmen (Georges Bizet), July 19–August 13, 2017

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Ten Thousand Things Theatre Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Fiddler on the Roof (Jerry Block, Sheldon Harnick, Joseph Stein), February 16–March 19, 2017

Intimate Apparel (Lynn Nottage), May 12–June 4, 2017

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Theater at Monmouth, Monmouth, Maine

The Tale of Princess Kaguya (Max Waszak, adaptor), April 24–May 26, 2017 [Page to Stage Tour]

The Learned Ladies (Molière), Summer 2017

Three Days of Rain (Richard Greenberg), Summer 2017

Othello (William Shakespeare), Summer 2017

Red Velvet (Lolita Chakrabarti), Summer 2017

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), Summer 2017

My Father's Dragon (Dawn McAndrews), Summer 2017

Peter and the Starcatcher (Roger Rees, Alex Timbers, Dave Barry, Ridley Pearson), Fall 20017

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Theatre 2020, Brooklyn, New York

Sweeney Todd (Stephen Sondheim, Hugh Wheeler), February–March, 2017

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), Spring, 2017

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Theatre for a New Audience, Brooklyn, New York

The Skin of Our Teeth (Thornton Wilder), February 12–March 19, 2017

Happy Days (Samuel Beckett), April 23–May 28, 2017

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), June 16–July 17, 2017

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Theatreworks, Colorado Springs, Colorado

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), to December 24, 2016

The Hairy Ape (Eugene O'Neill), February 9–26, 2017

Cabaret (John Kander, Joe Masteroff, Fred Ebb), March 16–26, 2017

Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen, Marcus Goodwin), April 20–May 7, 2017

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Titan Theatre, New York, New York

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 9–22, 2016

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), March 24–April 9, 2017

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Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City, Utah

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), July 1–August 31, 2017

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), June 29–September 1, 2017

Guys and Dolls (Frank Loesser, Jo Swerling, Abe Burrows), July 3–September 1, 2017

Shakespeare in Love (Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard, Lee Hall), June 30–September 2, 2017

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), July 4–October 21, 2017

Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson, Mary Zimmerman), July 5–September 2, 2017

How to Fight Loneliness (Neil LaBute), August 25–October 14, 2017

William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (Abridged), Reed Martin, Austin Tichenor), July 28–October 21, 2017

The Tavern (George M. Cohen), September 19–October 21, 2017

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Wildflower Women's Ensemble, Sacramento, California

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), May 7–9, 2017

Othello (William Shakespeare), August, 2017

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Woodward Shakespeare Festival, Fresno, California

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), June 15–July 8, 2017

Titus Andronicus (William Shakespere), August 3–26, 2017

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WSC Avant Bard, Arlington, Virginia

Tame (Jonelle Walker), toDecember 11, 2016

The Gospel at Colonus (Lee Brewer, Bob Telson), February 23–March 26, 2017

King Lear (William Shakespeare), May 25–June 25, 2017

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