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Elle Woods isn’t framed as stylishly in the bustling stage adaptation now at Keegan Theatre.
Satire flies high as two Chinese American siblings try pursuing happiness.
Hub Theatre debuts Sam Hamashima’s new play to mixed effect.
The high-octane show delivers the spectacle, at least.
“It was not an easy choice,” composer Joe Iconis says of bucking the usual licensing route.
The national tour of the laid-back Tony winner is on pitch.
Booking a genuine headliner is a twist for the grab-bag of acts staged around the city every July.
‘I’m not a musicals fanboy. I’m a musician first,’ says the troupe’s associate artistic director of music theater.
The busy actor is playing Hamlet in STC’s Free for All and is also directing a play at Studio Theatre.
Israeli actor Sasson Gabay on the “small miracle” that swept him to America.
Savvy actors help the show cruise at the Olney Theatre Center.
The writers of “The Fix” and “The Witches of Eastwick” turn to high seas adventure.
The Chicago-based improv troupe steers to the middle for laughs at the Kennedy Center.
Kelvin Roston Jr. and Alexander Strain shine in shows about depression.
Driven by the hip-hop hit, touring figures reach new highs.
The free event features readers from Washington’s political and arts scenes.
Direct from Broadway, the New York cast will briefly bring the hit show to Washington.
A return to early antic style from the author of “Good People” and “Rabbit Hole.”
Offbeat acts — including spoken karaoke and “Mortified” — occupy a cabaret space.
The William Finn-James Lapine musical weaves its way toward heartbreak.
Sarah Ruhl’s “The Oldest Boy” gets an area premiere at Spooky Action.
James Corden was a cheerleader on Broadway’s biggest night, but the show was uninspiring.
On Sunday night at the Tony Awards, James Corden hosted for the second time and “Hadestown” dominated a hard-working but unsurprising ceremony. Laura Linney and Audra McDonald fake-fough…
The art of the takedown gets updated rhyming verse.
Young Jean Lee’s play with songs is a rock-and-roll reflection on mortality.
Rajiv Joseph’s epic grapples with fiction as it spans decades of Russian history.
A serious actress grows into comedy.
It’s the latest in the troupe’s “Wordless Shakespeare” series.
Tazewell Thompson’s new show at Arena Stage recalls the historic Fisk Jubilee Singers.
A new adaptation streamlines the classic play, but doesn’t overhaul it.
The production of the Yasmina Reza play never really finds its comic stride.