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Signature Theatre revives a hit Gershwin “revisical” from the ’90s.
The strange case of the thwarted Tony nominator.
Get to know a younger breed of actors who are helping to define a vibrant theater town.
An evocative show based on an Israeli movie opens as a irresistible entertainment
At last, the Trump era, courtesy of Jon Robin Baitz, yields a truly fine play.
The British monologuist comes to D.C. for the first time, with a new show.
Playwright Ayad Akhtar explores Wall Street in the greedy '80s.
A landmark play gets a Broadway run at last
A simply mesmerizing hour of history in music.
The musical version of a cult TV sitcom of the 1950s is a dull affair.
One of the Broadway season’s biggest events is trying out at the National Theatre.
Political troupe Belarus Free Theatre brings “Burning Doors” to the D.C. area.
Harvey Fierstein's landmark 1982 comedy-drama about gay life in New York is revived with uproarious élan at off-Broadway's Second Stage Theater.
"Wilderness” is documentary storytelling for a 21st Century theater audience
"Richard III” done well in German, and “Measure for Measure” muddled, in English
“Springsteen on Broadway” is an affecting encounter with a great entertainer.
Ambitious “I’ll Get You Back Again” at Round House Theatre is all over the place.
“The Lover” and “The Collection” at Shakespeare Theatre is half a great entertainment.
Fascinating “Love and Information” shows us humankind in bite-sized bits.
The singer-songwriter prepares an intimate four-month residency on the Great White Way.
The play at New York Theatre Workshop is a deeply moving account of a mother's devotion
Latino vs. white neighbors in a cliche-ridden comedy.
An important playwright, Dominique Morisseau, makes her Washington debut.
Before “Hamilton,” three versions of “In the Heights,” including this breezy one in Olney.
The Boss playing a Broadway theater leads to the inevitable friction at the box office.
“The Band’s Visit” and “Junk” are autumn highlights.
A bio-play at Mosaic Theater portrays a troubled, gifted singer.
A benefit organization itself goes on tour, with stars, to raise money for service organizations for needy children and other causes.
A stage retrospective of the career of director-producer Harold Prince lacks the verve of the man himself
Director Eric Schaeffer’s production is several cuts above the 2009 Broadway revival; Holly Twyford shines.
The actor will be the permanent replacement for Tony winner Ben Platt.