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Last chance for fun with ‘Mrs. Miller’ and ‘Fickle’
The musical 'Parade' may be 'Ragtime''s brother in arms, but it still doesn't quite work.
Doctorow’s evergreen American saga gets an epic treatment.
Kennedy Center continues to showcase international directors
‘An American in Paris’ at Kennedy Center for the holidays
A natural double bill from Nu Sass Productions and Solas Nua.
Kennedy Center brings international directors to town.
Synetic leaps in, too.
The updated 18th-century Marivaux comedy takes the best of both worlds.
Washington theaters are reuniting to produce dozens of new works by female playwrights.
The troupe-by-troupe list, with early picks from Wash Post critics
Arlington judge William T. Newman returns to an early love: acting.
Hemingway rises on stage.
The space is small, but WSC Avant Bard show at Gunston Arts Center raises the roof.
$2.5 million kick-starts 25 new “Power Plays.”
Week’s premieres include Lapine’s ‘Mrs. Miller’ at Signature and Plame drama at Arena.
Brigid Cleary and Irina Tsikurishvili drive two classic performances.
‘Watch on the Rhine’ and ‘King Charles III’ bring intrigue to big stages
“I accomplished more for myself than I ever imagined.”
Grace Toulotte Nova Y. Payton (Caroline Thibodeaux) and V. Savoy McIlwain (The Dryer) in the jenaine Tesori-Tony Kushner musical “Caroline, or Chnage” at Round House Theatre. The weekly …
At Spooky Action and MetroStage, dramas in which relationships go bust.
David Benoit leads a full-throated cast in the musical thriller.
Signature’s ‘Jelly’ scores big, as does the latest Happenstance vaudeville.
Also: The Lillian Hellman Festival revs up at Arena Stage.
A funny, edgy Black Lives Matter play from Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm at Mosaic.
The choice dish: Folger’s ‘As You Like It.’
With such heavy musicals as “Caroline, or Change” and “Sweeney Todd.” Winter, y’all.
Arena Stage has reopened the case for the radical writer with a festival of her plays.
The million-dollar issue gets new initiatives and funding to bring about change.
Last call for ‘The Gabriels: Election year in the Life of One Family.’
Science’s unresolved mind-body issue, muddied by money and love.