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About two dozen Fab Four standards are incorporated in this staging of the popular comedy.
Timely themes and innovative framing aren’t enough to enliven this Olney Theatre staging of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Known for bold works, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company shifts gears with Shayok Misha Chowdhury’s subtle drama.
Choreographer LaTasha Barnes celebrates the decades-spanning ties between manifestations of Black artistry in music and dance.
With Signature Theatre’s latest musical, choreographer Ashleigh King uses movement to advance the narrative.
Leo McGann’s world-premiere play about violence in 1979 Belfast and its aftermath muses on guilt and collateral damage.
Dominique Morisseau’s time-traveling play ponders how racism and sexism have endured across American history
Production is the U.S. premiere of award-winning play by Brazilian writer Newton Moreno.
JaQuel Knight was recruited to choreograph a revival of “The Wiz,” now on tour and bound for Broadway in 2024.
Shakespeare Theatre’s version of the Scottish play centers on women’s experience
Prince Gomolvilas’s 2019 play, a tale of loss, fresh starts and ghostly doings, is notable for its frightening sequences.
The adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s concise 1843 masterpiece falls prey to repetition and monotony.
Lauren Yee’s 2017 comic play about identity, family and heritage is bolstered by a top-notch cast and direction.
Christine Quintana’s compassionate bilingual play, “Espejos: Clean,” is deftly acted and directed at Studio Theatre.
In Mosaic Theater’s “Monumental Travesties,” playwright Psalmayene 24 critiques D.C.’s controversial Emancipation Memorial.
Nilo Cruz’s wistful “Baño de luna (Bathing in Moonlight)” is running at GALA Hispanic Theatre through Oct. 1.
Highlights include NYCB, Martha Graham, Dorrance Dance and Urban Bush Women.
While the musical dazzles visually, its tired tale and bloated jukebox score fall flat at the Kennedy Center.
Duain Richmond leads a terrific ensemble cast in Olney Theatre Center's "Fela!"
Monumental Theatre Company’s staging of Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater’s Tony-winning musical can be gawky.
Quinn Titcomb is part of a terrific cast that lifts the latest 'Fun Home' staging, directed by David Muse
The Jamaican dancemaker’s papers are going to the archives at the Library of Congress, and his Tony-winning show is at the Kennedy Center through July 29.
Review of Spooky Action Theater’s immersive “Sonnets for an Old Century.”
This adaptation of August Wilson’s play about a mayoral candidate and a real-estate deal brings forth charismatic performances.
Theater J production of Stephen Laughton’s “One Jewish Boy,” about two lovers of different backgrounds, is all too timely.
Highlights include the American Dance Festival, Jacob’s Pillow and an eerie clown ballet from the San Francisco Ballet.
Kenneth Lin’s barbed comedy, having its world premiere at Arena Stage, delves into how Hollywood misrepresents, suppresses and distorts Asian American history.
The company’s artistic director is leaving after seven years in D.C. to join the leadership ranks of the Houston Ballet.
Matthew Pauli shines as the stuffy servant in "School for Lies," David Ives’s take on Molière’s “The Misanthrope.”
Morgan Gould’s “Jennifer Who Is Leaving," part of Round House Theatre’s new play festival, features a top-notch cast.
Mary Kathryn Nagle’s solo play, part of Round House Theatre’s new play festival, tells the inspiring story of Muscogee leader Jean Chaudhuri.