Amir Wachterman and Bjorn Dupaty in Mara Nelson-Greenberg’s comedy “Do You Feel Anger?”
From left: Manny Ureña, Camilo Almonacid and Zuleyma Guevara in “De Novo,” a documentary theater piece based on an actual deportation case.
Ben Liebert, left, and Rachel Zatcoff lifted on chairs during the Yiddish version of the musical “Fiddler on the Roof” at Stage 42 in Manhattan.
Glenda Jackson, taking a break from rehearsals for “Three Tall Women,” which will mark her return to Broadway after 30 years.
The crowd-pleasing title character in the Melbourne, Australia, production of “King Kong.” The show opens on Broadway this fall.
Evanna Lynch, left, and Colin Campbell as 17-year-olds on the loose in Enda Walsh’s “Disco Pigs” at the Irish Repertory Theater.
Dael Orlandersmith conducted interviews in and around Ferguson, Mo., to create the characters in her anguished one-woman show “Until the Flood.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, left, and David Korins are part of the team behind a new interactive exhibition based on Mr. Miranda’s Broadway musical “Hamilton.”
Melissa Errico, at right, is a neurotic woman who visits a hypnotherapist (Stephen Bogardus) in “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.”
For Joshua Henry, the Tony-nominated star of “Carousel,” playing the flawed Billy Bigelow is an opportunity to expand younger black actors’ notion of what they can hope to do onstage.
From left, the pianist Jason Moran, the bassist Mimi Jones and the drummer Nate Smith in a rehearsal for a stage adaptation of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s book “Between the World and Me,” which opens at the Apollo Theater on April 2.
John Lithgow in his one-man show “Stories by Heart” at the American Airlines Theater.
Robert Sean Leonard, left, and Paul Sparks in “The Zoo Story,” the one-act that is the second half of “Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo” at the Signature Theater.
Condola Rashad on the set of “Saint Joan” at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater.
“I was way past the whole mythology of the understudy getting the part,” Stephen Payne said of his surprise casting in “Straight White Men” on Broadway.
Juliana Canfield and Tom Pecinka in “He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box,” a new play by Adrienne Kennedy at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn.
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