From left, Jim Parsons and Matt Bomer in the 1968 play, about a group of gay friends, being presented on Broadway for the first time.
Kyle Taylor Parker, center, holding the title prop of the song “Love Potion No. 9” in “Smokey Joe’s Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller” at Stage 42.
Amir Nizar Zuabi’s play “Grey Rock” is about a Palestinian man who decides to build, in a shed, a rocket to the moon.
Jennifer Decker, left in projection and onstage, and Christophe Montenez in Ivo van Hove’s “The Damned” at the Park Avenue Armory.
Matthew Jeffers during rehearsals for Caryl Churchill’s “Light Shining in Buckinghamshire,” at New York Theater Workshop.
From left, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Kyle Beltran, and Jennifer Kim, with Thomas Jay Ryan, above, in “The Amateurs,” in which a medieval theater troupe goes on tour with “Noah’s Ark” and other works.
Katie Mitchell’s production of Alice Birch’s “Anatomy of a Suicide” played at the Royal Court Theater in London in 2017.
Natalie Soto during a walk-on role as a part of the stage crew in “Dance Nation” at Playwrights Horizons.
From left, Stephen Payne, Josh Charles, Armie Hammer and Paul Schneider are the father and sons of Young Jean Lee’s “Straight White Men,” which opened on Broadway on Monday.
Sam Crane, center, and Iestyn Davies, right, relaxing during off hours on Broadway by playing video game soccer. Mr. Crane’s wife Pinny and daughter Iris were at left, his son Kit standing on the couch behind him.
A key component of the costuming, backstage at the Lyric Theater, where “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” begins previews next month.
“There’s a line of classical roles for Paapa, if he wants to play them,” the director Simon Godwin said.
Cameron Kasky, 17, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, rehearsing “Spring Awakening” while members of the original Broadway cast watched.
Clockwise from top left: Danai Gurira, Jocelyn Bioh, Mfoniso Udofia and Ngozi Anyanwu.
Roslyn Ruff, as Berenice, comforts Tavi Gevinson, playing the 12-year-old Frankie, in “The Member of the Wedding.”
Justin Jain, Matteo Scammell and Ross Beschler in the Wilma Theater production of “Blood Wedding,” directed by Csaba Horvath.
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