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Actors' Shakespeare Project, Somerville, Massachusetts

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Jess Winfield, Adam Long, Daniel Singer), December 18, 2019–January 5, 2020

Bright Half Life (Tanya Barfield), January 22–February 16, 2020

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), March 11–April 5, 2020

Henry V (William Shakespeare), April 29–May 11, 2020

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African-American Shakespeare Company, San Francisco, California

Cinderella, December 20–22, 2019

The Trial of One Short-Sighted Black Woman vs. Mammie Louise and Safreeta Mae (Karani Marcia Leslie Johnson), February 15–March 1, 2020

Private Lies (Noël Coward), April 11–26, 2020

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Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, Alabama

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Barbara Robinson), December 5–29, 2019

All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 (Peter Rothstein), December 7–29, 2019

The Cat in the Hat (Dr. Seuss, Katie Mitchell), January 11–25, 2020

The Agitators (Mat Smart), January 30–February 13, 2020

And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank (James Still), February 9–15, 2020

Alabama Story (Kenneth Jones), March 5–22, 2020

Ruby: The Story of Ruby Bridges (Christina M. Ham, Gary Rue), March 6–22, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Deam (William Shakespeare), March 25–28, 2020

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), April 16–26, 2020

I and You (Lauren Gunderson), April 23–May 3, 2020

Cinderella (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Douglas Carter Beane), June 16–July 12, 2020

Million Dollar Quartet (Colin Escott, Floyd Mutrux, Floyd Mutrux), August 6–23, 2020

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American Players Theatre, Spring Green, Wisconsin

A Doll's House, Part 2 (Lucas Hnath), to November 17, 2019

Rough Crossing (Ferenc Molnár, Tom Stoppard), 2020 Season

Sense and Sensibility (Jane Austen, Jessica Swale), 2020 Season

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), 2020 Season

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), 2020 Season

The Madwoman of Chaillot (Jean Giraudoux, Maurice Valency), 2020 Season

Love's Labour's Lost (William Shakespeare), 2020 Season

The River Bride (Marisela Treviño Orta), 2020 Season

A Phoenix Too Frequent (Christopher Fry), 2020 Season

The Brothers Size (Tarell Alvin McCraney), 2020 Season

Stones in His Pockets (Marie Jones), 2020 Season

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American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, Virginia

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), to November 30, 2019

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare), to November 30, 2019

Caesar and Cleopatra (George Bernard Shaw), to November 29, 2019

The Willard Suitcases (Julianne Wick Davis), September 25–December 1, 2019

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Jay McClure), December 4–29, 2019

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) (Michael Carleton, Jim Fitzgerald, John K. Alvarez), December 7, 2019–January 1, 2020

A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (Thomas Middleton), April 5– 16, 2020

A King and No King (Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher), February 21–April 17, 2020

Henry IV, Part 1 (William Shakespeare), March 19–April 18. 2020

Henry IV, Part 2 (William Shakespeare), January 31–April 18, 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), January 24–April 19, 2020

The Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck, Frank Galati), to May 29, 2020 [including tour]

Imogen (William Shakespeare), to May 30, 2020 [including tour]

The Defamation of Cicely Lee (Emma Whipday), April 30–May 30, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), to May 31, 2020 [including tour]

Twelfth Night 90 (William Shakespeare), July 4–August 27, 2020

Volpone (Ben Jonson), August 6–November 27, 2020

Othello (William Shakespeare), June 19–November 28, 2020

Keene (Anchuli Felicia King), Septembert 24–November 28, 2020

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), June 26–November 29, 2020

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American Stage, St. Petersburg, Florida

Silent Sky (Lauren Gunderson), November 20–December 22, 2019

Improv Night, January 11, 2020

Skelaton Crew (Dominique Morisseau), January 22–February 23, 2020

Improv Night, March 7, 2020

The People Downstairs (Natalie Symons), March 11–April 5, 2020

Storytime Improv: An All Ages Comedy Show, April 18, 2020

Improv Night, April 25, 2020

Storytime Improv: An All Ages Comedy Show, April 25, 2020

Storytime Improv: An All Ages Comedy Show, May 2, 2020

Improv Night, May 9, 2020

Admissions (Joshua Harmon), May 27–June 28, 2020

Next to Normal (Brian Yorkey, Tom Kitt), July 15–August 16, 2020

Improv Night, August 22, 2020

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Annapolis Shakespeare Company, Annapolis, Maryland

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Sally Boyett, Donald Hicken), November 20–December 29, 2019

A Broadway Holiday (Sally Boyett), December 12–28, 2019

The 39 Steps (Patrick Barlow), February 15–March 8, 2020

You'r a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Clark Gesner, John Gordon), March 28–April 19, 2020

Treasure Island (Sally Boyett, Donald Hicken), May 16-June 21, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), July 9–26, 2020

Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (Abridged) (Austin Tichenor, Reed Martin), May 26–September 8, 2020

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The Apocryphal Shakespeare Company, Haddonfield, New Jersey

The Tragedy of Sejanus (Ben Jonson, William Shakespeare), "In the works"

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Arena Stage, Washington, D.C.

Right to be Forgotten (Sharyn Rothstein), to November 10, 2019

Disney's Newsies (Bob Tzudiker, Noni White, Harvey Feinstein, Alan Menken, Jack Feldman), to December 22, 2019

Dear Jack, Dear Louise (Ken Ludwig), November 21–December 29, 2019

A Thousand Splendid Suns (Khaled Hosseini, Ursula Rani Sarma), January 17–February 23, 2020

Mother Road (Octavio Solis), February 7–March 8, 2020

Celia and Fidel (Eduardo Machado), February 28–April 12, 2020

Seven Guitars (August Wilson), April 3–May 3, 2020

Toni Stone (Lydia R. Diamond), April 23–May 31, 2020

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Atlanta Shakespeare Company/Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse, Atlanta, Georgia

King Lear (William Shakespeare), to November 24, 2019

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield), November 290–December 1, 2019

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 5–23, 2019

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), January 2–26, 2020

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), January 30–February 22, 2020

Brontë: A Portrait of Charlotte (William Luce), February 23–March 8, 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), March 12–April 5, 2020

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), April 9–May 3, 2020

The Country Wife (William Wycherley), May 7–24, 2020

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The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, Baltimore, Maryland

The Knight of the Burning Pestle (Francis Beaumont), to November 24, 2019

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), 2020 education tour

A Misummer Night's (William Shakespeare), 2020 education tour

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BAM, Brooklyn, New York

User Not Found (Chris Goode), to November 16, 2019 [Next Wave Festival]

The End of Eddy (Edouard Louis, Pamela Carter), November 14–21, 2019 [Next Wave Festival]

Barber Shop Chronicles (Inua Ellams), December 3–8, 2019 [Next Wave Festival]

In Many Hands (Kat McIntosh), December 11–15, 2019 [Next Wave Festival]

A Very Meow Meow Holiday Show (Meow Meow), December 12–14, 2019 [Next Wave Festival]

Medea (Simon Stone, Euripedes), January 12–February 23, 2020

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Bard Fest, Indianapolis, Indiana

October 15–25, 2020

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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Vancouver, British Columbia

Henry V (William Shakespeare), June 12–September 20, 2020

Paradise Lost (Erin Shields), July 10–September 20, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), June 11–September 26, 2020

Love's Labours Lost (William Shakespeare), July 3–September 26, 2020

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Bedlam, New York, New York

The Crucible (Arthur Miller), to December 29, 2019

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Brave Spirits, Alexandria, Virginia

Richard II (William Shakespeare), January 2–April 18, 2020; June 1–July 11, 2021

Henry IV, Part 1 (William Shakespeare), January 30–April 18, 2020; June 2–July 11, 2021

Henry IV, Part 2 (William Shakespeare), February 13–April 19, 2020; June 3–July 11, 2021

Henry V (William Shakespeare), March 12–April 19, 2020; June 4–July 11, 2021

Henry VI, Part 1 (William Shakespeare), December 31, 2020–April 17, 2021; June 8–July 11, 2021

Henry VI, Part 2 (William Shakespeare), January 28–April 17, 2021; June 9–July 11, 2021

Henry VI, Part 3 (William Shakespeare), February 11–April 18, 2021; June 10–July 11, 2021

Richard III (William Shakespeare), March 11–April 18, 2021; June 11–July 11, 2021

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California Shakespeare Theater, Orinda, California

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), May 27–June 14, 2020

The Oresteia (Aeschylus, Ellen McLaughlin), July 8–26, 2020

1001 Nights (A Retelling) (Leila Buck, Evren Odcikin), August 19–September 6, 2020

Romeo y Juliet (William Shakespeare, Karen Zacarías, Henry Godinez), September 23–October 11, 2020

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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Baltimore, Maryland

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Ian Gallanar), December 6–24, 2019

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), February 7–23, 2020

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield), March 6–29, 2020

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), April 17–May 10, 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), June 19–July 26, 2020

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Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), to December 22, 2019

Q Brothers Christmas Carol (GQ, JQ, Jackson Doran, Postell Pringle), November 29–December 23, 2019

Emma (Jane Austen, Paul Gordon), Janaury 28–March 15, 2020

As You Like It (William Shakespeare, Daryl Cloran), May 1–June 21, 2020

Blue (Jeanine Tesori, Tazewell Thompson), June 19–28, 2020

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Children's Shakespeare Theatre, Orangeburg, New York

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Tom Stoppard), January 10–18, 2020

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), March 6–14, 2020

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), May 1–9, 2020

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Cincinnati, Ohio

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), November 13–December 1, 2019

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) (Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald, John K. Alvarez), December 13–19, 2019

All the Way (Robert Schenkkan), January 22–February 15, 2020

Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen, Kate Hamill), February 26–March 28, 2020

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), April 8–26, 2020

The Book of Will (Lauren Gunderson), May 20–June 7, 2020

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Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Boston, Massachusetts

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

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Creation Theatre, Oxford, England

The Snow Queen, November 30, 2019–January 5, 2020

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Delaware Shakespeare, Wilmington, Delaware

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare) to November 17, 2019 [Tour]

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The EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens, Wimberley, Texas

Steel Magnolias (Robert Harling), to November 24, 2019

Anne Frank and Me (Cherie Bennett, Jeff Gottesfeld), December 6–8, 2019

Mary Poppins, Jr. (Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, Julian Fellowes, George Stiles, Anthony Drewe), December 11–15, 2019

The Plight Before Christmas (Charles Dickens, Fred Cusick, Diane Moore), December 7–22, 2019

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (John Bishop), February 7–March 1, 2020

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Fauquier Community Theatre, Warrenton, Virginia

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical (Jahnna Beecham, Malcolm Hillgartner), November 29–December 15, 2019

Rabbit Hole (David Lindsay-Abaire), June 24–February 9, 20230

Night Must Fall (Emlyn Williams), March 13–29, 2020

Jesus Christ Superstar (Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice), May 1–17, 2020

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First Folio Theatre, Oak Brook, Illinois

Jeeves Saves the Day (Margaret Raether), January 29–March 1, 2020

Little Women (Louisa May Alcott, Heather Cristler), March 25–April 26, 2020

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Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival, Flagstaff, Arizona

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 5–28, 2019

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Folger Theatre, Washington, D.C.

Amadeus (Peter Shaffer), to December 22, 2019

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), January 14–March 1, 2020

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Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Michael Wilson), November 21, 2019–January 1, 2020

Silent Sky (Lauren Gunderson), January 24–September 23, 2020

Guys and Dolls (Frank Loesser, Damon Runyon), March 13–May 20, 2020

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4615 Theatre Company, Silver Spring, Maryland

The Infinite Tales (Gregory Keng Strasser), December 6–29, 2019

Museum 2040 (Renee Calarco), March 13–April 5, 2020

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GableStage at the Biltmore, Coral Gables, Florida

Watson (James Grippando), November 23–December 22, 2019

Ordinary Americans (Joseph McDonough), January 18–February 16, 2020

Life Sucks (Aaron Posner), March 21–April 19, 2020

Kissing Che (August Federico Amador), May 23–June 21, 2020

The Price (Arthur Miller), July 25–August 23, 2020

Fairview (Jackie Sibblies Drury), September 26–October 25, 2020

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Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland, Ohio

The Music Man (Meredith Wilson, Franklin Lacey), to November 10, 2019

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), September 27–November 10, 2019

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Gerald Freedman), November 29–December 22, 2019

Sleuth (Anthony Shaffer), February 14–March 8, 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), March 27–April 11, 2020

Ain't Misbehavin' (Fats Waller, Richard Maltby Jr., Murray Horwitz), May 1–24, 2020

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Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Steel Magnolias (Robert Harling), to December 15, 2019

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Crispin Whittell), November 12–December 29, 2019

Noura (Heather Raffo), January 11–February 16, 2020

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), February 8–March 22, 2020

The Bacchae (Eruipides, Aaron Poochigian), February 29–April 5, 2020

Emma (Kate Hamill, Jane Austen), April 11–May 31, 2020

Destiny of Desire (Karen Zacarías), May 30–July 11, 2020

Cabaret (Joe Masteroff, John Van Druten, Christopher Isherwood, John Kander, Fred Ebb), June 20–August 23, 2020

Sweat (Lynn Nottage), July 25–August 29, 2020

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HamletScenen Shakespeare Festival, Kronborg Castle, Denmark

August 2020

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Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise, Idaho

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), May 22–June 21, 2020

Ain't Misbehavin' (Richard Maltby Jr., Murray Horwitz), June 12–July 26, 2020

Henry V (William Shakespeare), June 28–August 16, 2020

Emma (Paul Gordon), July 31–August 20, 2020

Sleuth (Anthony Shaffer), September 4–27, 2020

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Kentucky Shakespeare, Louisville, Kentucky

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), to December 16, 2019 [Library tour]

Shakespeare Festival in Central Park, May 27–August 9, 2020

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Laboratory Theater of Florida, Fort Myers, Florida

Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man (Matt Murphy), to November 16, 2019

24-Hour Playwriting Project, November 23, 2019

Let Nothing You Dismay (Topher Payne), December 6–22, 2019

Reefer Madness (Kevin Murphy, Dan Studley), January 17–February 8, 2020

How to Transcend a Happy Marriage (Sarah Ruhl), February 21–March 14, 2020

In the Heights (Lin-Manuel Miranda, Quiara Alegria Hudes), March 27–April 18, 2020

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Lifeline Theatre, Chicago, Illinois

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (Bernard Waber, Christina Calvit), to November 24, 2019

Bunny Book Club (Annie Silvestro, Aly Renee Amidei), January 11–February 16, 2020

Middle Passage (Charles Johnson, David Barr III, Ilesa Duncan), February 14–April 5, 2020

Neither (Bernard Waber, Bilal Darai, Jeff Trainor, EMilie Modaff), March 14–April 19, 2020

LOKI, The End of the World Tour (George Howe, Christina Calvit), May 22–July 12, 2020

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Lincoln Center Theater, New York, New York

Richard III (William Shakespeare), to November 23, 2019 [Lincoln Center White Light Festival]

The Great Society (Robert Schenkkan), to November 30, 2019

The Sound Inside (Adam Rapp), to January 12, 2020

Power Strip (Sylvia Khoury) to November 17, 2019

Greater Clements (Samuel D. Hunter), to January 19, 2020

Flying Over Sunset (James Lapine, Tom Kitt, Michael Korie), March 12–June 28, 2020

To Kill a Mockingbird (Aaron Sorkin), to September 6, 2020

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Long Beach Shakespeare Company, Long Beach, California

The Plot to Overthrow Christmas (Norman Corwin), November 22–December 15, 2019

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Orson Welles), December 20–22, 2019

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The Media Theatre, Media, Pennsylvania

Elf: The Musical (Matthew Sklar, Chad Beguelin, Thomas Meehan, Bob Martin), November 13, 2019–January 12, 2020

Eleanor: An American Love Story (Thomas Tierney, John Forster, Jonathon Bolt), January 29–February 23, 2020

Baby (Sybille Pearson, Susan Yankowitz, David Shire, Richard Maltby Jr.), March 11–29, 2020

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Merced Shakespearefest, Merced, California

King Lear (William Shakespeare), January 24–February 2, 2020

Richard II (William Shakespeare), June 12–21, 2020 [bilingual prouction]

Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare), September 2020

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Michigan Shakespeare Festival, Jackson and Canton, Michigan

Henry V (William Shakespeare), July 9–August 16, 2020

The Merry Wives of Windsor (William Shakespeare), July 9–August 16, 2020

Charley's Aunt (Brandon Thomas), July 9–August 16, 2020

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Millbrook Playhouse, Mill Hall, Pennsylvania

Elf The Musical, Jr. (Thomas Meehan, Bob Martin, Matthew Sklar, Chad Beguelin), December 13–15, 2020

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Montford Park Players, Asheville, North Carolina

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 13–23, 2019

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National Players touring company, Olney, Maryland

The Diary of Anne Frank (Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett), 2019–2020 tour

Walk Two Moons (Tom Arvetis), 2019–2020 tour

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), 2019–2020 tour

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare) 2020–2021 tour

A Raisin in the Sun (William Shakespeare) 2020–2021 tour

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National Theatre, London, England

The Antipodes (Annie Baker), to November 23, 2019

War Horse (Michael Morpurgo, Nick Stafford), to November 23, 2019 [Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre]

Hansard (Simon Woods), to November 25, 2019

"Master Harold"…and the boys (Athol Fugard), to December 17, 2019

Translations (Brian Friel), to December 18, 2019

The Ocean at the End of the Lane (Neil Gaiman, Joel Horwood), December 3, 2019–January 25, 2020

Three Sisters (Checkhov, Inua Ellams), December 3, 2019–February 19, 2020

My Brilliant Friend (Elena Ferrante, April De Angelis), November 12, 2019–February 22, 2020

A Taste of Honey (Shelagh Delaney), December 5, 2019–February 29, 2020 [UK tour to November 16, 2019]

Death of England (Clint Dyer, Roy Williams), January 31–March 7, 2020

The Seven Streams of the River Ota (Ex Machina, Robert Lepage), March 6–22, 2020

The Welkin (Lucy Kirkwood), January 15–March 28, 2020

The Visit or The Old Lady Comes to Call (Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Tony Kusher), January 31–April 4, 2020

Manor (Moira Buffini), opens March 2020

All of Us (Francesca Martinez), opens March 2020

Jack Absolute Flies Again (Richard Bean, Oliver Chris), opens April 2020

Welcome to Iran (Nadia Fall), opens in May 2020

Wuthering Heigts (Emily Brontë, Emma Rice), Autumn 2020

Paradise (Kate Tempest), opens June 2020

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National Theatre Live, in cinemas

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare)

Antony and Cleopatra (William Shakespeare)

Hamlet (William Shakespeare)

Fleabag (Phoebe Waller-Bridge)

One Man, Two Guvnors (Carlo Goldoni, Richard Bean, Grant Olding)

All About Eve (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Ivo van Hove)

Hansard (Simon Woods)

Present Laughter (Noël Coward)

Small Island (Andrea Levy, Helen Edmundson)

The Audience (Peter Morgan)

All My Sons (Arthur Miller)

The Lehman Triology (Stefano Massini, Ben Power)

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New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, New Orleans, Louisiana

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), January 8–17, 2020

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New Victory Theater, New York, New York

Re:Play (Mummenschanz), November 15–December 1, 2019

Because I Say So (Unga Klara), December 12–22, 2019

24FT—A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels (Cirque Mechanics), December 6, 2019–January 5, 2020

Cartography (Kaneza Schaal, Christopher Myers), January 10–19, 2020

Riddle of the Trilobites (Collaboration Town, Flint Repertory Theatre), February 7–23, 2020

Drumfolk (Step Afrika!), February 28–March 15, 2020

Treasure Island (Carlo Colla & Sons Marionette Company), March 20–29, 2020

Four Go Wild in Wellies (Indepen-dance 4), March 27–April 5, 2020

Magic Shadows (Catapult), April 3–19,. 2020

Snow White (New International Encounter, Cambridghe Junction, Tobacco Factory), April 24–May 3, 2020

Jabberbabble (Theatrgroep Kwatta), May 9–17, 2020

Fierce 5 (Cie L'Oublié(e)–Raphaëlle Boitel), May 30–June 14, 2020

Não Não (Le Vent des Forges), June 4–14, 2020

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Next Stop Theatre Company, Herndon, Virginia

Roald Dahl's Matilda, November 14–22, 2019

The Mountaintop (Katori Hall), January 9–February 2, 2020

Ordinary Days (Adam Gwon), February 20–March 15, 2020

Noises Off (Michael Frayne), April 2–May 3, 2020

In The Heights (Lin-Manuel Miranda, Quiara Alegria Hudes), May 29–June 28, 2020

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The Night Shift, New York, New York

Drunken Shakespeare, third Monday of every month at Bar Nine

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Ohio Shakespeare Festival, Akron, Ohio

She Kills Monsters (Qui Nguyen), December 8–22, 2019

The Rocky Horror Show (Rochiard O'Brien), January 24–February 1, 2020

Saint Joan (George Bernard Shaw), February 29–March 15, 2020

Miss Holmes (Christopher M. Walsh), April 17–May 3, 2020

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The Old Globe, San Diego, California

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), to November 10, 2019

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), to November 17, 2019 [Globe for All Tour]

Ebeneezer Scrooge's Big San Diego Christmas Show (Gordon Greenberg, Steve Rosen, Charles Dickens), November 23–December 24, 2019

Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Timothy Mason, Mel Marvin, Jack O'Brien), November 3–December 29, 2019

Jitney (August Wilson), January 18–February 23, 2020

Hurricane Diane (Madeleine George), February 8–March 8, 2020

Little Women (Kate Hamill, Louisa May Alcott), March 14–April 19, 2020

Faceless (Selina Fillinger), March 28–April 26, 2020

The Gardens of Anuncia (Michael John LaChiusa), May 8–June 14, 2020

What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank (Nathan Englander), May 28–June 28, 2020

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Olney Theatre Center, Olney, Maryland

Singin' In the Rain (Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Cacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed), to January 5, 2020

Miss You Like Hell (Quiara Alegria Hudes, Erin McKeown), January 26–March 1, 2020

The Amateurs (Jordan Harrison), March 4–April 5, 2020

The Humans (Stephen Karam), April 1–May 3, 2020

Pippin (Stephen Schwartz, Roger O. Hirson), June 10–July 19, 2020

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Ophelia's Jump Productions, Upland, California

HIR (Taylor Mac), to November 16, 2019

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, Oregon

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), May 26–October 16, 2020

Black Odyssey (Marcus Gardley), May 27–October 17, 2020

Bernhardt/Hamlet (Theresa Reberck), May 28–October 18, 2020

The Copper Children (Karen Zacarias), March 1–October 31, 2020

Confederates (Dominique Morisseau), April 8–October 31, 2020

Poor Jella Rednecks (Qui Nguyen), July 2–October 31, 2020

Everything That Never Happened (Sarah B. Mantell), July 21–October 31, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), February 28–November 1, 2020

Peter and the Starcatcher (Rick Elice, Dave Barry, Ridley Pearson, Wayne Barker), February 29–November 1, 2020

Bring Down the House (Henry VI), (William Shakespeare, Rosa Joshi, Kate Wisniewski), March 4–November 1, 2020

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Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF, Orlando, Florida

Miss Nelson is Missing! (Joan Crushing), to November 22, 2019

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), to November 24, 2019

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley (William Shakespeare), December 4–29, 2019

Becoming Dr. Ruth (Mark St. Germain), Janaury 8–February 9, 2020

Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), February 19–March 21, 2020

The Three Musketeers (Alexandre Dumas, Catherine Bush), February 5–March 22, 2020

Henry IV, Part Two (William Shakespeare), March 26–29, 2020

My Lord, What a Night (Deborah Brevoort), March 18–April 27, 2020

Interstellar Cinderella (Laurie Berkner), April 9–May 2, 2020

Henry V (William Shakespeare), 2020

Henry VI (conflated Parts One and Two) (William Shakespeare), Spring 2021

Edward IV (conflated Henry VI, Parts Two and Three) (William Shakespeare), Spring 2021

Richard III (William Shakespeare), Spring 2021

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

Chicago (John Kander, Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse), November 21–December 22, 2019

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Philadelphia Artists' Collective, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickents, Damon Bonetti), December 11, 2019

Yerma (Federico García Lorca), December 16, 2019

In Splendid Error (William B. Branch), February 10, 2020

The Dance of Death (August Strindberg), April 30–May 17, 2020

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Pigeon Creek Shakespare Company, Grand Haven, Michigan

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), to November 23, 2019

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Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

School Girls; or, the African Mean Girls Play (Jocelyn Bioh), November 7–December 8, 2019

Little Shop of Horrors (Howard Ashman, Alan Menken), January 23–February 23, 2020

American Son (Christopher Demos-Brown), March 5–April 5, 2020

Barefoot in the Park (Neil Simon), April 23–May 24, 2020

The Cake (Bekah Brunstetter), June 4–July 3, 2020

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PlayMakers Repertory Company, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Ragtime (Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty), November 20–December 15, 2019

The Amish Project (Jessica Dickey), January 8–12, 2020

Everybody (Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins), January 22–February 9, 2020

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), March 4–22, 2020

Edges of Time (Jacqueline E. Lawton), April 29–May 3, 2020

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The Public Theater, New York, New York

For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf (Ntozake Shange), to November 24, 2019

Hamilton (Lin-Manuel Miranda), to November 10, 2019 [Richard Rodgers Theatre]

The Michaels (Richard Nelson), October 19–November 24, 2019

A Bright Room Called Day (Tony Kushner), October 29–December 8, 2019

Coal Country (Jessica Blank, Erik Jensen, Steve Earle), February 18–March 29, 2020

The Vagrant Trilogy (Mona Mansour), March 17–April 26, 2020

The Visitor (Tom Kitt, Brian Yorkey, Kwame Kwei-Armah), March 24–May 10, 2020

Cullud Wattah (Erika Dickerson-Despenza), July 7–August 16, 2020

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Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble, St. Lucia, Australia

The Tragedy of Socrates (Silvan Rus), November 13–16, 2019

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Quill Theatre, Richmond, Virginia

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Tom Stoppard), January 23–February 16, 2020

The Great Gatsby (F. Scott Fitzgerald, Simon Levy), March 5–21, 2020

All's Well That Ends Well (William Shakespeare), June 4–28, 2020

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) (Adam Long, Daniel Singer, Jess Winfield), July 3, 2020

Henry V (William Shakespeare), July 9–August 2, 2020

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Red Bull Theater, New York, New York

The Trator (James Shirley), November 18, 2019

Love Lies A-Bleeding (Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher), December 16, 2019

Women Beware Women (Thomas Middleton), January 27, 2020

The Scarlet Letter (Kate Hamill, Nathaniel Hawthorne), February 10, 2020

The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs (Ana Caro), March 16, 20230

Paradise Lost (John Milton), April 6, 2020

Keene (Anchuli Felicia King), May 18, 2020

The Claudias (Lynn Rosen), June 15, 2020

The Alchemist (Ben Jonson), May–June 2020

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Riverside Theatre, Iowa City, Iowa

Straight White Men (Young Jean Lee), November 29–December 15, 2019

The Agitators (Mat Smart), January 24–February 16, 2020

Stages (David Lee Nelson), February 28–March 15, 2020

A Doll's House, Part 2 (Lucas Hnath), April 10–26, 2020

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

#wearearrested (Can Dünbar, Pippa Hill, Sophie Ivatts), November 13–December 7, 2019

A Museum in Baghdad (Hannah Khailil), October 11, 2019–January 25, 2020

The Boy in the Dress (Mark Ravenhill, Robbie WIlliams, Guy Chambers, David Walliams), November 8, 2019–March 8, 2020

King John (William Shakespeare), September 19, 2019–March 21, 2020

The Whip (Juliet Gilkes Romero), February 1–March 21, 2020

As You Like It (William Shakespeare), September 25, 2019–April 4, 2020 [Including UK tour]

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), September 25, 2019–April 4, 2020 [Including UK tour]

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), September 25, 2019–April 4, 2020 [Including UK tour]

Matilda (Roald Dahl, Dennis Kelly, Tim Minchen), to December 20, 2020 [Cambridge Theatre]

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RSC In Cinemas

Troilus and Cressida (William Shakespeare)

As You Like It (William Shakespeare)

The Taming of the Shrew (WIlliam Shakespeare)

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare)

Timon of Athens (William Shakespeare), beginning November 20, 2019

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San Diego Shakespeare Society, San Diego, California

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), December 3, 2019

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San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, San Francisco, California

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), to November 17, 2019 [Library tour]

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Seattle Public Theater at the Bathhouse, Seattle, Washington

The Thanksgiving Play (Larissa Fasthorse), to November 16, 2019

Christmastown: A Holiday Noir (Wayne Rawley), November 29–December 24, 2019

Admissions (Joshua Harmon), January 31–February 23, 2020

Pipeline (Dominque Morisseau), March 20–April 12, 2020

Cost of Living (Martyna Majok), May 22–June 14, 2020

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Seattle Shakespeare Company, Seattle, Washington

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), to November 10, 2019

The Rivals (Richard Brinsley Sheridan), January 7–February 2, 2020

Troilus and Cressida (William Shakespeare), March 17–April 12, 2020

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), April 2–May 17, 2020

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Shake on the Lake, Silver Lake, New York

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), to December 20, 2019

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Shakespeare and Company, Lenox, Massachusetts

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), November 21, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Henry IV, Part One (William Shakespeare), November 21, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

The Tempest (William Shakespeare), November 22, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Henry V (William Shakespeare), November 22, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), November 23, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), November 23, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), November 23, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Henry VI, Part One (William Shakespeare), November 23, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Henry VI, Part Two and Three (William Shakespeare), November 24, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), November 24, 2019 [Fall Festival of Shakespeare]

Sense and Sensibility (Jane Austen, Kate Hamill), December 14–15, 2019

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Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), December 8, 2019

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Shakespeare Dallas, Dallas, Texas

Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen, Jon Jory), January 10–19, 2020

The Merchant of Venice (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

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Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri

The Story Blinked (Carter W. Lewis), November 20, 2019 [Confluence New Play Festival]

Suffer the Children (Mariah L. Richardson), November 21, 2019 [Confluence New Play Festival]

And Certain Women (Shualee Cook), November 22, 2019 [Confluence New Play Festival]

Tidy: A Play About Mass Extinction (Kristin Idaszak), November 23, 2019 [Confluence New Play Festival]

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Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), June 18–August 16, 2020

The Tempest (William Shakespere), June 19–August 16, 2020

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The Shakespeare Project of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

Christmas Comes But Once a Year (George Zahora), December 10–14, 2019

Richard III (William Shakespeare), January 10–16, 2020

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), February 21–27, 2020

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), May 15–21, 2020

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Shakespeare's Globe, London, England

Christmas at the (Snow) Globe (Sandi Toksvig, Jenifer Toksvig), December 19–23, 2019

Henry VI (William Shakespeare), November 5, 2019–January 26, 2020

Richard III (William Shakespeare), November 13, 2019–January 26, 2020

Swive [Elizabeth] (Ella Hickson), December 6, 2019–February 15, 2020

The Taming of the Shrew (William Shakespeare), February 1–April 18, 2020

Women Beware Women (Thomas Middleton), February 21–April 18, 2020

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank: Macbeth, February 26–March 25, 2020

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Shakespeare Republic, Australia

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

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

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Shakespeare Theatre Association

Conference 2020 at Shakespeare Dallas, Texas, January 27–February 1, 2020

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Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, D.C.

Everybody (Branden Jacobs-Jenkins), to November 17, 2019

The Woman in Black (Susan Hill, Stephen Mallatratt0, December 4–22, 2019

Peter Pan (J.M. Barrie, Lauren Gunderson), December 3, 2019–January 12, 2020

The Amen Corner (James Baldwin), February 11–March 15, 2020

Timon of Athens (William Shakespeare), February 20–March 22, 2020

Romantics Anonymous (Emma Rice, Christopher Dimond, Michael Kooman), April 7–May 17, 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), May 5–June 14, 2020

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Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Madison, New Jersey

Marisol (Jose Rivera), November 4, 2019

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), October 16–November 17, 2019

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Neil Bartlett), begins December 4–29, 2019

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

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), November 13–December 22, 2019

Holiday Inn (Irving Berlin, Gordon Greenberg, Chad Hodge), November 16–December 22, 2019

A Short History of Niagara (Mike Petersen, Alexandra Montagnese), July 30–Augut 14, 2020

Prince Caspian (C.S. Lewis, Damien Atkins), April 23–September 5, 2020

The Playboy of the Western (J.M. Synge), May 6–September 6, 2020

Mahabharata (Ravi Jain, Miriam Fernandes, Jenny Koons), August 15–September 19, 2020

The Devil’s Disciple (Bernard Shaw), May 14–October 9, 2020

Desire Under the Elms (Eugene O’Neill), June 4–October 10, 2020

Flush (Virginia Woolf, Tim Carroll), June 5–October 10, 2020

Assassins (John Weidman, Stephen Sondheim, Charles Gilbert Jr.) July 11–October 10, 2020

Trouble in Mind (Alice Childress), July 17–October 10, 2020

Gypsy (Arthur Laurents, Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim), April 8–October 11, 2020

Charley’s Aunt (Brandon Thomas), April 2–October 17, 2020

Sherlock Holmes and the Raven’s Curse (R. Hamilton Wright, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), June 21–October 18, 2020

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Tim Carroll), November 8–December 23, 2020

Me and My Girl (L. Arthur Rose, Douglas Furber, Stephen Fry, Mike Ockrent, Noel Gay), November 13–December 23, 2020

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Signature Theatre, Arlington, Virginia

Ay Gerald! (Vaughn Ryan Midder), December 9, 2019 [SigWorks: Monday Night New Play Reading Series]

A Chorus Line (Michael Bennett, James Kirkwood, Nicholas Dante, Marvin Hamlisch, Edward Kleban), to January 5, 2020

The Story of Walter (Audrey Cefaly) March 16, 2020 [SigWorks: Monday Night New Play Reading Series]

Gun & Powder (Angelica Chéri, Ross Baum), January 28–February 23, 2020

Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes (Dani Stoller), February 18–March 29, 2020

Camille Claudel (Nan Knighton, Frank Wildhorn), March 24–April 19, 2020

Nijinsky's Last Dance (Norman Allen), April 14–May 24, 2020

At the Full Yum (Rahima Rice), June 8, 2020 [SigWorks: Monday Night New Play Reading Series]

Hair (Gerome Ragni, James Rando, Galt MacDermot), May 19–July 12, 2020

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Silicon Valley Shakespeare, San Jose, California

SuperShakes 48-Hour Play Festival, January 5, 2020

Dr. Faustus (Christgopher Marlowe), March 22, 2020 [ShakesBEERience]

Ms. Cast (Doll Piccotto, William Shakespeare), April 2020

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), June 5–21, 2020

Measure for Measure (William Shakespeare), July 31–September 4, 2020

Sense and Sensibility (Jame Austen, Kate Hamill), August 7–September 6, 2020

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Southwest Shakespeare Company, Mesa, Arizona

The Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged) (Austin Tichenor, Reed Martin), December 20–22, 2019

Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy, & Louisa (Tier5), January 24–February 2, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream (WIlliam Shakespeare), February 21–March 7, 2020

Richard II (William Shakespeare), February 28–March 7, 2020

Hudson: A Historical Musical (Quinn Mattfeld, Danny Tieger), April 9–25, 2020

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St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, New York

History of Violence (Édouard Louis, Thomas Ostermeier, FLorian Borchmeyer), November 13–December 1, 2019

Keep (Daniel Kitson), December 4–19, 2019

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), February 1–March 1, 2020

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Steel City Shakespeare Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Jessica Schiermeister, Jeffrey Chips, Michael Mykita), December 6–15, 2019

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Stratford Festival, Stratford, Ontario

Billy Elliot the Musical (Lee Hall, Elton John), to November 24, 2019

An Undiscovered Shakespeare (Rebecca Northan, Bruce Horak, Kevin Kruchkywich), June 30–September 18, 2020

The Rez Sisters (Tomson Highway), July 21–September 26, 2020

Hamlet-911 (ANn-Marie MacDonald, Alisa Palmer), August 6–September 26, 2020

Three Tall Women (Edward Albee), May 27–September 27, 2020

Richard III (William Shakespeare), May 6–October 3, 2020

Frankenstein Revived (Morris Panych, Mary Shelley), August 2–October 22, 2020

Much Ado About Nothing (William Shakespeare), May 7–October 23, 2020

All's Well That Ends Well (William Shakespeare), May 15–October 24, 2020

Wolf Hall (Hilary Mantel, Mike Poulton), July 28–October 24, 2020

The Miser (Molière, Ranjit Bolt), August 2–October 24, 2020

Here's What It Takes (Steven Page, Daniel Maclvor, Craig Northey), June 5–October 24, 2020

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), April 23–October 25, 2020

Monty Python's Spamalot (Eric Idle, John Du Prez, Eric Idle), May 9–October 25, 2020

Chicago (Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse, John Kander, Maurine Dallas Watkins, David Thompson), April 11–November 1, 2020

Wendy and Peter Pan (J.M. Barrie, Ella Hickson), April 24–November 1, 2020

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare, Fayetteville, North Carolina

Macbeth (William Shakespeare), January 2–January 26, 2020

A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare), April 23–May 10, 2020

The Two Noble Kinsmen (William Shakespeare, John Fletcher), June 4–21, 2020

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Synetic Theater, Arlington, Virginia

Snow Queen (Hans Christian Anderson), December 3–29, 2019

Phantom of the Opera (Gaston Leroux), February 5–March 1, 2020

Life is a Dream (La Vida es Sueno), April 22–May 17, 2020

The Servant of Two Masters (Carlo Goldoni), June 17–July 12, 2020

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Taffety Punk, Washington, D.C.

I Take Your Hand in Mine (Carol Rocamora), December 9–13, 2020

suicide.chat.room (Beauty Pill), February 2020

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Tennessee Shakespeare Company, Memphis, Tennessee

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley (Lauren Gunderson, Margot Melcon), December 4–22, 2019

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane (Kate DiCamillo, Dwayne Hartford), January 29–February 16, 2020

Twelfth Night: The U.S. Tour (William Shakespeare), February 18–May 15, 2020

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Ten Thousand Things Theatre Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Winter's Tale (William Shakespeare), to November 17, 2019

Thunder Knocking on the Door (Keigh Glover, Keb'Mo', Anderson Edwards), February 20–April 5, 2020

The Hatmaker's Wife (Lauren Yee), April 23–May 31, 2020

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Theater at Monmouth, Monmouth, Maine

Cymbeline (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

Seascape (Edward Albee), Summer 2020

Sofonisba (Callie Kimball), Summer 2020

The Agitators (Mat Smart), Summer 2020

Aesop's Guide to Friendship (Dawn McAndrews), Summer 2020

A Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder (Robert L. Freedman, Steven Lutvak), Fall 2020

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Theatre for a New Audience, Brooklyn, New York

Fefu and her Friends (María Irene Fornés), November 16–December 8, 2019

Timon of Athens (William Shakespeare), January 11–February 9, 2020

Gnit (Will Eno), March 7–29, 2020

Waiting for Godot (Samuel Beckett), April 25–May 4, 2020

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Theatreworks, Colorado Springs, Colorado

 

Around the World in 80 Days (Jules Verne, Laura Eason), December 5–22, 2019

Gloria (Branden Jacobs-Jenkins), January 30–February 16, 2020

An Iliad (Lisa Peterson, Denis O'Hare), March 12–29, 2020

Passion Play (Sarah Ruhl), April 23–May 10, 2020

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Titan Theatre Company, Queens, New York

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), December 6–22, 2019

The African Company Presents Richard III (Carlyle Brown), January 31–February 9, 2020

Romeo and Juliet (William Shakespeare), April 3–19, 2020

Hamlet (William Shakespeare, April, 2020

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Trinity Rep, Providence, Rhode Island

Fade (Tanya Saracho), December 5, 2019–January 5, 2020

Radio Golf (August Wilson), January 30–March 1, 2020

A Tale of Two Cities (Brian McEleney), February 20–March 22, 2020

Sweat (Lynn Nottrage), April 2–May 3, 2020

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Stephen Sondheim, Hugh Wheeler), April 23–May 24, 2020

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Two River Theater, Red Bank, New Jersey

Love in Hate Nation (Joe Iconis), to December 1, 2019

Twelfth Night (William Shakespeare), January 11–February 2, 2020

Radio Golf (August Wilson), February 29–March 22, 2020

The Hombres (Tony Meneses), April 11–May 10, 2020

Lackawanna Blues (Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Bill Sims Jr., Chris Thomas), June 6–28, 2020

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upstart crow collective, Seattle, Washington

Bring Down the House, Part 1 and Part 2 (Henry VI), (William Shakespeare, Rosa Joshi, Kate Wisniewski), March 4–November 1, 2020, at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

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Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City, Utah

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber), to October 12, 2019

Hamlet (William Shakespeare), to October 12, 2019

Every Brilliant Thing (Duncan MacMillan), to October 12, 2019

The Price (Arthur Miller), September 12–October 12, 2019

Into the Breeches! (George Brant), Summer 2020

One Man, Two Guvnors (Richard Bean, Carlo Goldoni), Summer 2020

The Pirates of Penzance (William S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan), Summer 2020

Pericles (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

Richard III (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

Desperate Measures (Peter Kellogg, David Friedman), Summer 2020

Cymbeline (William Shakespeare), Summer 2020

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Valley Shakespeare Festival, Shelton, Connecticut

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, Tom Simonetti), December 6–7, 2019

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Volcano Theatere Company, Swansea, Wales

Hamletmachine (Heiner Müller), November 12–28, 2020

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WSC Avant Bard, Arlington, Virginia

Scripts in Play Festival, December 5–22, 2019

Suddenly Last Summer (Tennessee Williams), February 27–April 5, 2020

Ada and the Engine (Lauren Gunderson), February 27–April 5, 2020

Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare), May 21–June 21, 2020

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