RENT (Through June 3, Gateway Playhouse, 215 S. Country Rd., Bellport) The 1996 Pulitzer- and Tony-winning musical inspired by Puccini’s “La Boheme” and created by Jonathan Larson, the Adelphi University alum who died unexpectedly the day his show opened Off-Broadway, is the story of artists struggling in Manhattan’s Alphabet City during the AIDS crisis. 631-286-1133,

ALARMS AND EXCURSIONS (Through June 11, Hampton Theatre Company, Quogue Community Hall, 125 Jessup Ave.) Playwright Michael Frayn, who gave us “Noises Off,” arguably the greatest modern farce in the English language, has another go at making our heads spin deliriously in a collection of short commentaries on technology taking over our lives. 631-653-8955,

OKLAHOMA! (Through June 25, John W. Engeman Theater at Northport, 250 Main St.) The Rodgers and Hammerstein farmers vs. cowboys classic closes out the current season at Long Island’s only year-round Equity company. You get this one free if you buy a season subscription for 2017-18. 631-261-2900,

THE MAN IN THE CEILING (May 30-June 25, Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor) This world premiere musical comedy based on Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Jules Feiffer’s graphic novel of the same title is directed by Jeffrey Seller, the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning producer of “Hamilton.” 631-725-9500,

ANGRY YOUNG MAN (May 31-June 18, John Drew Theater at Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton) This Brit-com import by Ben Woolf is performed before an onstage audience. Directed by Stephen Hamilton, it’s the story of a Middle Eastern surgeon who moves to the English countryside and learns surprising things about the U.K. as well as himself. 631-324-4050,

THE ILLUSIONISTS: LIVE FROM BROADWAY (June 1, Tilles Center, 720 Northern Boulevard, Brookville) Fast-paced magic and mirth as seen in the latest Broadway incarnation, “Turn of the Century,” recalls a time when magicians like Harry Houdini were rock stars. The touring show comes to Long Island for one night only. 516-299-3100,

INTIMATE APPAREL (July 4-30, Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor) Scott Schwartz directs this play by Lynn Nottage, the only woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for drama twice (“Sweat,” 2017, now on Broadway, and “Ruined,” 2009). It’s about a turn-of-the-last-century African-American seamstress who strikes an alliance with a Hasidic shop owner and makes it big as a designer of lingerie. 631-725-9500,

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GREASE (July 6-Aug. 27, John W. Engeman Theater at Northport, 250 Main St.) The ever-popular musical centered around a 1959 high school romance opens the Engeman’s 10th anniversary season. Hit songs from the 1978 movie version, such as “You’re the One That I Want,” are included in this latest of many Long Island productions. 631-261-2900,

MAMMA MIA! (July 19-Aug. 5, The Gateway at Patchogue Theatre, 71 E. Main St.) Pop hits by the Swedish band ABBA were repurposed at the turn of the millennium for one of the most inventive story lines of any jukebox musical. On the eve of her daughter’s wedding the title Mamma can’t tell her which of three former beaus is her dad. “Only 17, dancing queen . . . ” Who can resist? 631-286-1133,

OUTDOOR THEATER Shakespeare Festival: “Macbeth,” July 2-30, “Much Ado About Nothing,” Aug. 6-27 (Arena Players at Vanderbilt Museum courtyard; 516-293-0674, “Hairspray,” July 8, Heckscher Park, Huntington; July 14, Planting Fields, Oyster Bay. Also “My Fair Lady,” Aug. 12, Heckscher Park; Aug. 19, Planting Fields; Aug. 25, Eisenhower Park, East Meadow. (Plaza Theatrical Productions, 516-599-6870, “Smokey Joe’s Café”: Aug. 4, Heckscher Park, Huntington (BroadHollow Theatre Company,, 631-581-2700)