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Last chance for ‘Salesman,’ ‘Skeleton Crew,’ ‘Native Gardens,’ ‘Love & Information’
Shakespeare’s tragedy gets a close-up in this scaled down staging.
His new commandment: chillax.
The Arthur Miller drama boils with emotion, while Linden plays it cool.
Last chance for ‘A Little Night Music’ as two ‘Assassins’ take the stage
The Nilo Cruz play cleverly weaves border issues across decades and hemispheres.
History gets musical treatment in Carlyle Brown’s drama and in “Mistress Cycle.”
Silver Spring native Rachel Chavkin makes hometown debut at Round House.
Harold Pinter, Caryl Churchill and George Bernard Shaw headline the week.
Rich and poor square off in “Widowers’ Houses” and “Stones in His Pockets.”
Amelia Roper’s absurdist comedy gets smart laughs in tight quarters.
Two leaders steam toward their final acts at Woolly and the Shakespeare Theatre.
This week’s hits: ‘Night Music,’ ‘Arsonists,’ ‘Jesus Hopped the A Train,’ ‘In the Heights’
The writer has created stories from financial calamity to a “chemical romance.”
The epic, familiar staging stars Craig Wallace, raising an angle of race.
‘In the Heights’ rolls on, and Kelli O’Hara stops by.
Singer-actress will be in concert at George Mason before heading back to Broadway.
Guirgis drama gets divine treatment, but Next Stop’s “Disgraced” gets Purgatory.
The 1958 ‘The Arsonists’ becomes a Trump era parable.
Two big plays are rendered with too small strokes at Everyman Theatre and Rep Stage.
Max Frisch’s 1958 drama echoes 2017 headlines.
How to juggle four stages, nine shows and an acting conservatory.
Fall theater highlights range from a Broadway tryout to a Trump satire.
Broadway vets join local talent in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical at Olney.
Broadway’s Robin de Jesús heads a cast of New York veterans and D.C. talent.
Two epics are on rocky ground at the Atlas.
Send in the clowns: “A Little Night Music” takes the early lead.
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.