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A fervent, authentic, and hysterically funny portrait of the deep humanity of queer Black men.
The Signature Theatre cabaret was lit, the energy was amped, and shared experience was affirmed.
The play is courageous and funny and repeatedly confronts us with monologues that plumb existential depths.
A play inspired by the Supreme Court case involving the Westboro Baptist Church, whose members demonstrated at the funeral of a gay serviceman.
In this exuberant adaptation of the Oscar-winning comedy, every actor has at least one scene during which they chew the scenery to tatters.
Seeing them both engages you in a conversation about race and art, about white supremacy and inevitable change.
As the play delves into its subject of life and death, the hearts of the audience are treated with tender and gentle grace.
In 'The Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project,' a new site-specific work by Alliance for New Music-Theatre, the deceased confront their descendants.
Called a 'congregational opera' by its creators, Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon, the performance offered up a benediction of hope and faith.
He performs candid standup about being Black, Filipino, and Queer, in his 'Crossroads, Detours, and Exits,' premiering May 4.
Nolan Williams, Jr.'s compassionate new musical about Black family and culture is unstoppably entertaining.
'America’s Requiem: A Knee on The Neck' presented by The National Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorale, in partnership with The Washington Chorus, at Strathmore and Capital One Hall.
From IN Series and Theater Alliance: an introduction to the poem as a weapon we can use to free ourselves.
Interview with Stephen Dest, director of the documentary, and Jeremy Goldman of Silhouette Stages, which is hosting a screening on March 12.
The film is a stunning documentary about a young Black man who triumphed as Tybalt on stage and was shot point-blank on his way home.
A bold, brazen, and Black engagement with Mozart’s 'Magic Flute' and by extension with the western canon of music.
The story of folks who choose to be committed to each other’s well-being, the play is a paean to the possibility of connection.
The show consists of popular R&B songs that featured Aframerican performers and is all about having a good time in a world full of dark, cold nights.
In Artistic Director Timothy Nelson's knowledgeable hands, the device comes off not like a gimmick but as a doorway into discovery.
The play sings to us about the African American genius for finding a way to make a way out of no way.
Any child will love it. But so will any adult.
Event November 10 to feature music composed by 19-year-old Duke Ellington grad Ronald Walton.
The Afro-Latinx reimagining of Puccini’s beloved classic opera, performed two nights only at GALA, will be available free on-demand.
Despite aesthetically engaging music and an enthusiastic cast, the production does not work.
A solo performer's tribute to his maternal grandmother, who raised him and gave him the tools he needed to engage with life.
The evening encourages us to engage with Dr. Ruth’s memories as well as to contemplate what might be our own.
The second production from Welders 3.0 is her audioplay horror story, 'Girls’ Night (with Spirits).'
Terri Weagant juggles accents and body postures to give us five distinctly and flamboyantly desperate people we won’t soon forget.
Psalmayene 24 to adapt local history for the stage in unique county-wide anti-racist collaboration.
In a video they devised, young people show the critical thinking, problem solving, and empathy we need to get us out of the mess we are in.
The performances are strong, the script by James Ijames surprises, and the poignant show is so, so satisfying.