The Thursday Theater Roundup is a weekly list of current productions that received three or more stars from our reviewers.
If you're daunted by all the options, check out the end of this post, where you'll find a quiz and flow chart designed to help you find the theater that best matches your interests.
Here are this week's picks:
Anne Boucher stars in Buffalo Laboratory Theatre's production of "Doubt."
"Doubt," through Sept. 26 in a Buffalo Laboratory Theatre production in Swan Auditorium, Hilbert College. ★★★½
Scot Kaitanowski and Thomas LaChiusa are featured in the Lancaster Opera House's production of "Spamalot."
"Spamalot," through Sept. 27 in Lancaster Opera House. Review: ★★★½
Allison Barsi and Shawn Calmes appear in Alleyway Theatre's production of "Granny Bird."
"Granny Bird," through Oct. 3 in Alleyway Theatre. Review: ★★★
Tom Dudzick directs his play "King o' the Moon" in the Kavinoky Theatre.
"King o' the Moon," through Oct. 4 in Kavinoky Theatre. ★★★½
Sara Kow Falcone, Greg Natale and Greg Howze star in Road Less Traveled Productions' "Speed of Light."
"Speed of Light," through Oct. 4 in Road Less Traveled Theatre. ★★★
Kurt Erb stars in Buffalo United Artists' one-man show "Buyer & Cellar" in the Main Street Cabaret.
"Buyer and Cellar," through Oct. 4 in a Buffalo United Artists production in the Main Street Cabaret. ★★★
Marina Laurendi stars as the title character in American Repertory Theatre's production of "Carrie: The Musical."
"Carrie: The Musical," through Oct. 10 in an American Repertory Theatre of Western New York production at Medaille College. ★★★½
Kristin Bentley Kacala and Eric Rawski star in the New Phoenix Theatre’s production of Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Thing.”
"The Real Thing," through Oct. 10 in the New Phoenix Theatre. ★★★★
Jenn Stafford and Matt Witten appear in the Irish Classical Theatre Company’s production of “A Little Night Music.”
"A Little Night Music," through Oct. 18 in an Irish Classical Theatre Company production in the Andrews Theatre. ★★★½
Now, the quiz:
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