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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
“Book of Mormon,” “On Your Feet!” and “Color Purple” join “American in Paris” in slate of musicals.
Intellectuals squabbling in the Harvard milieu as Obama wins in ‘08
The Tony-winning musical leads an entertaining week.
In an exquisite comedy for three actors, Holly Twyford stars as Aphra Behn.
Brett Schneider’s sleight-of-hand act features a wild-card finish.
From ‘Raisin’ to Mosaic’s South Africa rep, DC theater sends a message.
Stage companies are investing in bricks and mortar and, in one case, a musical.
Gripping interviews with the man known as “Prime Evil” at Mosaic Theater.
Lorraine Hansberry’s 1959 drama finally makes its debut on the historic D.C. stage.
Playwrights Lawton and Diamond on race, politics and joining Hansberry at Arena Stage.
The die-hard dames, now including Brandy, are an eternal reflection of the country.
Repertory is Washington’s spring thing — and ‘Chicago’’s back in town.
Hinton and Story excel as black-white brothers under apartheid.
She vividly plays all the characters as a storm bears down on New York’s Lower East Side.
Partners in crime Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly simply cannot do it alone.
Signature debuts the musical ‘Midwestern Gothic,’ and ‘Chicago’’s back.
New ‘Mean Girls’ musical sets dates at National Theater.
Washington Stage Guild’s four-year, three-part project finishes philosophically.
Last chance for fun with ‘Mrs. Miller’ and ‘Fickle’
The musical 'Parade' may be 'Ragtime''s brother in arms, but it still doesn't quite work.
Doctorow’s evergreen American saga gets an epic treatment.
Kennedy Center continues to showcase international directors
‘An American in Paris’ at Kennedy Center for the holidays
A natural double bill from Nu Sass Productions and Solas Nua.
Kennedy Center brings international directors to town.
Synetic leaps in, too.
The updated 18th-century Marivaux comedy takes the best of both worlds.
Washington theaters are reuniting to produce dozens of new works by female playwrights.
The troupe-by-troupe list, with early picks from Wash Post critics