A scene on Platform 9¾ in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” at the Lyric Theater. From left, Noma Dumezweni as Hermione Granger, Susan Heyward, Paul Thornley, Brooklyn Shuck, Benjamin Wheelwright, Sam Clemmett, Poppy Miller and Jamie Parker as Harry Potter.
Terrence Mann as the title character and Will Swenson, seated, as his infernal nemesis in “Jerry Springer — The Opera.” A hit in London almost 15 years ago, the show is finally getting a full-fledged production in New York.
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.
Alexandria Celia, center, used a squirt gun painted black in “Miss Saigon” at Somerset Berkley Regional High in Massachusetts.
Sahr Ngaujah, center, in “Mlima’s Tale,” Lynn Nottage’s portrait of global plunder and commerce.
Abigail and Shaun Bengson, a married pair of singer-songwriters who’ve turned their personal stories into theater, most recently in “The Lucky Ones.”
Joel Grey, center, directing Steven Skybell, left, who plays Tevye, and Bruce Sabath, right, who plays the butcher, in the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene version of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Antoinette Nwandu gave up her teaching job to focus on writing for the stage, a risk that paid off with her new play.
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.
From left, Hill Harper, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Dierdre Friel and Kevin Isola in “Our Lady of 121st Street” at the Signature Theater.
André Sills as the title character in Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus,” directed by Robert Lepage for the Stratford Festival in Canada.
Tiffany Villarin, left, is pursued by Gregg Mozgala, as a young version of Richard III, in “Teenage Dick,” a Ma-Yi theater production.
Jeanine Tesori and David Henry Hwang at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles during a rehearsal for their first collaboration, “Soft Power.”
Roslyn Ruff, as Berenice, comforts Tavi Gevinson, playing the 12-year-old Frankie, in “The Member of the Wedding.”
Long Wharf Theater, in New Haven, has been a prominent American stage company for decades, earning the Tony Award for best regional theater and regularly transferring productions to Broadway.
Amir Wachterman and Bjorn Dupaty in Mara Nelson-Greenberg’s comedy “Do You Feel Anger?”
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