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New plays dominate at West Virginia’s CATF.
Jennifer Mendenhall based play on legal action to integrate swimming pool
The bilingual musical showcases six confident actors.
Fierce minions shine in uneven production.
The world premiere run in Tysons Corner features compelling performances.
A handsome production of a maddening play.
World premiere at Strathmore heartfelt, but lyrics tend toward cliche.
Female courage is on display in “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” and “In the Time of the Butterflies.”
“Rabbit Summer” focuses on a trio grappling with systemic racism while “45 Plays for 45 Presidents” gives a chronological spoof of U.S. leaders.
And, from another emerging troupe, an earnest script on autism.
The pioneering sisters acquired Modernist masters in early 1900s.
The midlife crisis is explored in this flawed comedy.
“The Raid” imagines Frederick Douglass and John Brown arguing about how to end slavery.
Nanna Ingvarsson, and her mouth, is a tour de force.
Washington Stage Guild’s production of Kenneth Jones’s play about segregation feels timely.
Rorschach Theatre’s “410[GONE]” is a sensory-overload Land of the Dead.
High school reunion brings couple together after shattered romance
It’s a production complete with fedoras, trench coats and an enigmatic dame in red.
The topicality of “Alabama Story” infuses a theatrical moment that feels spontaneous yet intriguingly layered.
Hub Theatre presents a comic holiday premiere from Anne M. McCaw.
Play about Jewish elites in 1930s Atlanta depicts social and cultural tensions.
MetroStage, Stage Guild offer Christmas variety.
In Tysons Corner, a sensitive production of the Chaim Potok novel.
We Happy Few bring Lope de Vega’s 17th-century comedy to the stage.
In the afterlife, our heroine remembers her love affairs and her work.
Olney’s mounting of the landmark Thornton play includes some fine human moments.
Story centers on two vaudeville performers and a rowdy shindig that ends in violence.
Spooky Action’s disjointed take on Hungarian Romanian writer Andras Visky’s play.
“Lela & Co.” is at Anacostia Arts Center; “Clover” at Caos on F.
Writer-director-choreographer Thomas W. Jones II also stars in the well-traveled play-with-music.
The musical at Keegan Theatre is a touching portrait of family dynamics.