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The truthful interpretation of her life in this production, already a tour-de-force of musical theater on a technical level, makes it a must-see gem. By ALEXANDRA BOWMAN
There’s a reason the rest of the run is sold out.
Filmed at the National United Methodist Church for broadcast on PBS later this year, the concert was open to members of all faiths to enjoy.
Washington Improv Theater features characters trying to market a wacky item suggested by the audience, but what do you do if it's a dud?
Washington National Opera's visually poignant new production features a profoundly talented cast.
The energy brought by these actors is impressive, and their joy is infectious.
'Everyone gets to dress up, sing and dance along to show tunes without feeling judged or silly,' says cofounder Ethan Maccoby.
Making her first national tour stop presented by Washington Performing Arts at Sixth & I, the acclaimed singer and actress completely captivated the room.
A poetic contemplation on the glories and sufferings of human life as presented on Broadway over the last century.
The show is at its best when the characters are simply acting out Austen’s text.
To take on a show that requires its actors to have the chops of some of the most comedic performers of all time is a profoundly ambitious affair, and the Vienna Theatre Company, for the most…
All new lighting design and choreography give the long-running show new life.
The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) returned with their annual Holiday Pops! concert at the Kennedy Center in 2022, welcoming Tony Award-winning actress and singer Laura Benanti as this ye…
In an exclusive interview, Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro explains what sets the new Latina-choreographed ballet apart from the musical made by non-Argentine men.
These students' monumental efforts and love for their work shine as brightly as I’ve ever seen.
Afterthoughts on an act in which some of the humorist's most memorable stories framed women or people of color as individuals we’re supposed to laugh at.
At the National Philharmonic Orchestra 'Broadway's Brightest Lights' concert, there was no shortage of cross-generational jubilation.
Restaging centers complexities of faith amid contemporary chaos.
This 'musical of epic proportions' — in a production with standout performances — serves as a needed reminder of the human impact of hatred.
They do their thing (whatever that is) the visually stunning way that only they can.
Performed by the Prince William Little Theatre and Manassas Symphony Orchestra, the production shines.
In 'The Revolution Will Be Improvised,' the renowned comedy troupe offers a blend of political humor and just plain silliness.
For those who enjoy meta humor and charismatic performances of fascinating characters, this show is a love letter to writers and artists everywhere.
What it was like to be there when the stars came out for the former 'Daily Show' host.
The show stuns with choreography not only danced but acted — and skilled actors ideally suited to the characters they play.
If you love stories about the British royal family, this play's your cuppa.
To preview the three-night comedy event, DCMTA chats with DC natives Brittany Carney and Jenny Questell.
The musical underscores the complicity of silence in the face of evil — and the actors playing Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz steal the show.
The Emmy-winning political comic has a standup gig at Kennedy Center that's nearly sold out.
Their combination of improvisational comedy, poetry, sketch comedy, and theater is bafflingly impressive.
A fan and pracitioner of satire riffs on post-COVID late-night comedy and why hosts have turned into YouTubers.