Christian Brandjes and Chris Kelly in The Country House, opening April 28 at Road Less Traveled. Photo by Gina Gandolfo-Lopez.
Christian Brandjes and Chris Kelly in The Country House, opening April 28 at Road Less Traveled. Photo by Gina Gandolfo-Lopez.

Playbill: On Stages Now

by / Apr. 25, 2017 10am EST

CABARET: Willkommen. Through April 30 at Shea’s Performing Arts Center, 646 Main Street, 716-847-1410,

CEMETERY CLUB: Three Jewish widows, united by mourning and ritual, whose unity is disrupted by the arrival of a man. It’s a comedy. Through May 21 at O’Connell & Company’s theater at the Park School, 4625 Harlem Road, Snyder, 716-848-0800,

THE COUNTRY HOUSE: Donald Margulies’s play about is the theater, theater people, and the people who love both. Opens April 28 at Road Less Traveled Theater, 500 Pearl Street, 716-629-3069,

THE FATHER: Artistic director David Lamb plays the title role in Florian Zeller’s award-winning play. Opens April 28 at the Kavinoky Theatre, 320 Porter Avenue, 716-829-7668,

GODSPELL: The 1971 Stephen Schwartz classic, through May 7 at Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Avenue, Lancaster, 716-683-1776,

THE GREAT GOD PAN: The Jewish Repertory Theatre’s season of plays by Amy Herzog continues with The Great God Pan, about a journalist whose friend accuses the journalist’s father of sexual abusing him as a child—and suspects the journalist was abused, too. Opens April 27 at the Jewish Repertory Theatre, 2640 North Forest Road, Getzville, 716-688-4033,

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET: The story of the 1956 Memphis jam session between Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley. Through May 28 at MusicalFare, 4380 Main Street, Amherst, 716-839-8540,

THE TRIAL OF TRAYVON MARTIN: Gary Earl Ross’s new play supposes that George Zimmerman, not Trayvon Martin, was the one killed that fateful Florida night. How would a black teenager have been treated by the US criminal justice system? The seventh installment in Subversive Theatre Collective’s Black Power Play series continues through May 6 at the Manny Fried Playhouse, Great Arrow Building, 255 Great Arrow Avenue, 716-408-0499,

THE WINSLOW BOY: Terrence Rattigan’s 1946 play—based on an actual incident in which a father struggles to clear the name of his teenage son falsely accused of a seemingly paltry but reputation-damaging crime—has great currency in an era when youthful foibles are made indelible by social media. The Irish Classical’s production runs through May 14 at the Andrews Theater, 625 Main Street, 726-853-ICTC,

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