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The production’s music director has kept Signature Theatre shows sharp since 1991.
An absurdist show blends sports and Shakespeare, stage and screen.
A funny thing happened on the way to the Riviera.
Sondheim and the annual fundraiser at Signature highlight the month.
Closing this weekend: ‘An Octoroon’ and ‘Cabaret.’
Life is too short to blend in.
Deluxe ‘King and I’ is an eyeful at Kennedy Center.
From “Lady Day” to a Carly Mensch play, troupes nest where they can.
Brian Anthony Wilson plays Marshall in a show that distills the legend.
The Capital Fringe and Shepherdstown festivals continue.
The show directed by Kent Gash puts you up close to the high drama of the drag balls.
The local clown troupe in La Belle Epoque.
John Strand’s hit comic drama returns to Arena Stage.
Hell freezes over in Roundabout Theatre’s in-your-face staging.
Six fresh scripts in Shepherdstown, W.Va.
A grieving 1950s family seeks solace at the amusement park.
Anything goes in the festival. So far, that goes double for topical issues.
Washington Post critics and writers on why these 20 minutes can be a test of endurance.
Meet the magnificent seven playing the von Trapp kids.
The annual summer festival kicks in downtown.
Black Lives Matter, Occupy, gun control and more are all fodder for directors, musicians and choreographers.
The Sizzlin’ Summer Nights cabaret series returns to Signature Theatre.
The jokes are kindler and gentler (but still good) in this “Almost Accurate Guide to America.”
‘My Fair Lady’ starts at Olney; ‘School for Wives’ continues at Shakespeare
Aaron Posner gives the medical-political mystery a high-energy examination at Theater J.
TV writer of ‘The Affair’ shows a knack for nuanced women.
The traditional staging is a Rodgers and Hammerstein shrine.
The 1998 punk rock musical still wigs out.
Two Wilson shows open, and the annual Source Festival rolls along.
As Eugene Lee portrays the playwright at Round House, his “Ma Rainey” is revived at 1st Stage.
Two-character drama is the latest in Mosaic’s Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival.