Fall preview of theater openings
"All's Well That Ends Well" Marsha Mason stars in Shakespeare Theatre Company's romantic comedy about one woman's pursuit of a husband. At Lansburgh Theatre. Through Oct. 24.
"Circle Mirror Transformation" In amateur theater class, games and exercises resemble out-of-class drama. At Studio Theatre. Through Oct. 17.
"Glimpses of the Moon" Aspiring New York socialites plan to marry in order to live off their wedding presents. At MetroStage. Through Oct. 17.
"Something You Did" Alison Moulton petitions for parole after spending 30 years in jail for antiwar activities she participated in as member of a '60s radical group. At Theater J. Through Oct. 3.
"The Talented Mr. Ripley" Tom Ripley is after social status and fortune and is willing to do anything to get it. At Round House Theatre, Bethesda. Through Sept. 26.
"Travels With My Aunt" Four actors play 25 characters in this globe-trotting story of a bank clerk's journeys. At Rep Stage.
"Dinner With Friends" A couple reevaluates their relationship when their close friends' marriage begins to crumble. At Olney Theatre Center. Through Sept. 26.
"In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play" Set in the 1880s, Sarah Ruhl's comedy deals with a newfangled machine used to treat women's "hysteria." At Woolly Mammoth Theatre. Through Oct. 3.
"Falsettos" Ganymede Arts presents a musical about a man who leaves his wife and children for another man only to reunite years later. At Noi's Nook at Go Mama Go! Through Oct. 10.