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Thornton Wilder’s shaggy 1942 play renders chaos as timeless.
‘Sovereignty,’ ‘The Way of the World’ and ‘The Wolves’ swell Women’s Voices.
The solo show with Erika Rose begins D.C.’s second Women’s Voices Theater Festival
At the Kennedy Center, ‘The Humans’ and ‘On Your Feet!’
Female playwrights talk about leveling the stage amid a changing landscape.
Backstage musicals, Restoration comedies, Weinstein: It’s all sex, money, power.
New chapter of “Queens Girl” recalls the 1960s in the United States and Nigeria.
Holiday bets from Gershwin ‘Crazy For You’ to serious Second City
‘Christmas Carols,’ Gunderson plays and ‘Crazy for You’ hum along
The grass-roots program, a declaration of standards, is getting a chapter in Washington.
The David Sedaris standby makes a comedy club appearance.
‘The Book of Will’ and ‘The Revolutionists’ showcase the laugh-and-think formula.
A vote for politics — and it’s a good year when the National Theatre’s active.
Liv Ullmann brings a Bergman memoir to Washington.
Liv Ullmann directs the National Theater of Norway at the Kennedy Center.
Writer-performer Deen’s solo show features a clever sleight of hand.
Slice-of-life drama looks at one extended family’s night in a hotel room.
Where’s the orchestra? Cue the computer.
Bye bye, ‘Mean Girls.’
A Bulgarian experiment in political theater makes its U.S. debut.
“His words are so good. He always wanted to be best known as a writer, which he was not.”
A hip ‘Twelfth Night’ takes off at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
“The Last Night of Ballyhoo,” at Theater J, adds to her growing résumé.
A dutiful if uninspired production at Olney.
Telling the truth with laughs about everything from jail to comedy.
The prickly musical portrait is set in a 1963 bombed Alabama church.
Comedian Felonius Munk comes clean at Woolly Mammoth.
Dan Hoyle’s solo show, now in D.C., has channeled U.S. frictions since 2010.
The holiday slate fattens up.
The fit’s amiss, even with a cast featuring Broadway vet Donna McKechnie.
Fantasy gets real as the 1982 play distills a millennium of discontent.