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The delightfully whimsical GALita production for young audiences follows a prince in search of his own prince charming.
The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design production executes Playwright Lynn Nottage’s vision marvelously.
GALA Hispanic Theatre's production captures all the heart and narrative soul of Karen Zacarías’ play and dials it up to an eleven.
Amidst these times of holiday cheer and yuletide merriments, Step Afrika! throws its hat into the ring of festivities with an hour and a half of unabashed excitement and step-themed entertai…
Where the show really shines is its musical elements, and the cast is phenomenal.
At DC Arts Center, a charming and witty foray into a time-honored ‘what if?’ scenario.
The show, deeply rooted in its Blackness, is at its core a satire built upon the Black American experience.
The captivating experience embraces the wackiness of science fiction while exploring the loss and pain that come with drastic change.
Subtle and charming, Karen Zacarías' love letter to the DMV finds drama in the characters' own backyard.
The show's creativity and charm will leave audiences nostalgic for the '80s and hoping for their own divine strange magic.
When Gaby Albo took the stage, it was as if we were watching Gloria Estefan, the legend herself, perform.