With the Tony frenzy over and the Main Stem’s slate essentially unchanging until September, industry denizens have a bit more time to go out of town — and sniff around the regional productions that might show some promise for a future life in New York. Some of the summer’s big shows — notably Sting musical “The Last Ship” and the Michael Cera starrer “This Is Our Youth,” both bowing in Chicago — already have deals in place and Broadway venues booked. But other notable titles — drawn from a pool of hot-weather regional productions, summer festival slates and developmental stagings — have no firm future plans set. Click through for a rundown of the productions that Broadway types intend to check out as they head into the summer.
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