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‘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.
The theater company’s brand will be hard to outrun.
‘Hedwig’ and ‘The Sound of Music’ waltz into the Kennedy Center side by side
Martha Washington, Mary Lincoln and Laura Bush get dubious turns in the limelight.
Remembering the sound of music from a Michigan amphitheater.
Full details on KenCen’s ‘Hamilton’-powered slate.
Plays dominate the week, but you can sing (silently) with ‘Superstar’ at Signature
The staging is rough and semi-ready, but the acting is smart.
From Lloyd Webber’s ‘Superstar’ to timely health care crisis monologues.
The protest play deals with a jailed teacher who had tried taking books to Gaza.
Info-packed dramas, handily performed in Congress’s neighborhood.
Shakespeare’s soaring tragedy crowns a decades-long Washington theater career
Schenkkan’s politically hot ‘Building the Wall’ moves to Forum’s Silver Spring base
Lloyd Webber’s early rock opera continues to ask: How high can you sing?
A perceptive performance as a star on tour and battling dementia.
A list of winners for each category and the honoree for the Helen Hayes Tribute
Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s all-male “for colored girls” companion earns five prizes for Theater Alliance
Last chance: ‘Fun Home’ at the National and ‘The Magic Play’ in Olney
Small troupes mark anniversaries with Shanley’s Irish comedy and ‘Arabian Nights.’
‘Ragtime’ and 'Fun Home’ keep on truckin’ downtown
The unrest is somewhere in Africa, with meddlers intruding from the West.
Dark two-character drama gets onstage under the wire for the first 100 days.
The international directors series concludes with stellar acting by Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In the Heights’ finally gets its D.C. debut at GALA