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A sublime production at DC's Signature .
an enormously pleasing revue of Stephen Sondheim's marvelous music and angst-filled lyrics.
Whether audiences in cities that don't have more than 50,000 lawyers and an incalculable number of wonks, will have the sitzfleisch for 105 minutes of dueling ideologies remains to be seen. …
Pop the cork for "The Night They Invented Champagne" and much else. Gigi is bubbly entertainment. .
The popular 1950s motion picture takes a stab at becoming a hit musical .
Joshua Harmon's play well done in DC
Morris Panych's new play is boosted by a cast with great comic timing Morris Panych
Lawrence Wright's treatment of the historic facts is careful and comprehensive, and he's added is color, the human frailties of those concerned.
The middle of Alegria Hudes's trilogy in DC, as the finale runs in New York . .
The musical version of the novel has its faults, but the good casting and music make it well worth the time
This revival of David Henry Hwang's play is typical of Theater J's programming as it has plenty of ideas to nosh on after the show .
The small show that made it big and now on tour with a stop at the Kennedy Center.
Daniel Beaty is an engaging Paul Robeson in this informative solo play.
David Tennant under the direction of Gregory Doran comes back to the Royal Shakespeare Company with another magnificent performance .
Roya and Duke come from very different parts of the globe and very different backgrounds. That's what makes their meeting at Bagram Air Force Base in Kabul, Afghanistan so interesting.
Playwright Eric Coble has a good ear for dialogue but slips from time to time into cliches
Tom Kamm's terrific set, along with Eric Pearson's video projections on to the houses exteriors of such pursuits as neighborly get-togethers, soccer with the kids and backyard barbecues, are…
As it did when it first premiered in Williamstown and then Off-Broadway, Amy Herzog's play holds your attention and makes you think. If that is what you want from two hours in a theater, the…
What makes this production so enjoyable, so moving and so memorable is director Michael Kahn's non-sentimental, non-camp direction..
Tours that turn up here a year or more likely two years after taking Broadway by storm sometimes lose some of their zest. That certainly is not the case with this production .
The national tour of the Roundabout's Tony-winning and audience-pleasing production is docked at Washington's Kennedy Center until July 7 th. . .
Ferenc Molnar's play still maintains much of its mittel European charm in its current translation by Richard'Nelson, but the exposition and running time of 2 hours and 45 minutes tests one's…
Signature’s production is a period piece but not dated, an intelligent look at a time, the 1960’s, and its music .
thought-provoking theatre, exceptionally well directed and performed, with a resonance that continues long after the lights go down..
In his Pulitzer Prize runner up play about the wrestling world Kristoffer Diaz wrestles with big themes .
a play that’s not done often because it's perhaps too wordy, too old fashioned for modern audiences. But it's worth seeing if you want to get a glimpse of O’Neill’s lighter side. .
Like a good Russian novel or play, this rock musical has a complicated plot and goes on too long. However, it's also very well produced and highly entertainin
a knockout of a play. . .
The most original piece of theater I have seen in quite some time . . .
two world premiere commissioned at DC's Signature and running in repertory
David Ives's translation and adaptation of Jean-François Regnard's 1708 comedy is delightful fun