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“A Doll’s House, Part 2” has Broadway audiences choosing sides and cheering.
The raucous absurd-realism comedy written by the Pulitzer finalist makes its regional debut in D.C.
With the stellar Ian Merrill Peakes, Folger Theatre stages lesser-known play.
A masterful Ted van Griethuysen carries the production of Florian Zeller’s play.
The company makes a 19th-century French novel its own.
A musical about kindness and humanity after Sept. 11 finds an enthusiastic audience.
There’s nothing frosty about the diplomacy portrayed in the trenchant “Oslo.”
Lead actor Ben Platt secured a nomination for his role as the angst-filled teenager.
Playwright Lucas Hnath has a Broadway breakthrough with this wickedly intelligent play, inspired by Henrik Ibsen.
Why we see only four or five Shakespeare plays, over and over.
The D.C. company unveils a Spanish language version of a Lin-Manuel Miranda hit.
"Put on Your Sunday Clothes” is the pick-me-up you need
With David Hyde Pierce's Horace Vandergelder as her humorous mark, Midler's Dolly hits a bull's eye.
The touring Tony-winning show is as good at the National Theatre as it is on Broadway.
Linney and Nixon alternate in the roles of Regina and Birdie in Hellman's 1939 melodrama.
Lincoln Center Theater stages the play of the season.
A D.C. company fuses hip-hop and futurism in “.D0t:: a RotoPlastic Ballet.”
Jeanine Tesori, Lisa Kron bring their Tony-winning hit to Washington’s National Theatre.
Lindy Woodhead’s biography “War Paint” inspired a team of Broadway musical veterans.
The historic rivalry of two cosmetics empresses, Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden, told in song (and a bit of dance).
The two-time Tony winner is Elizabeth Arden opposite Patti LuPone’s Helena Rubinstein.
The murk blunts the gore in the world-premiere musical in Shirlington.
It's such an epic vision of the piece, the role of the "ape" could have gone to King Kong.
The two-time Oscar winner ignites her theater career in a revival of “The Glass Menagerie.”
Peter Brook’s return to “The Mahabharata” is at the Kennedy Center through April 2.
New ‘Mean Girls’ musical sets dates at National Theater.
The comic actor gives us all in lesson in funny business
After Arena Stage and Public Theater versions, Lynn Nottage's economic justice play officially opens on Broadway.
Cuban, Russian and Kuwaiti artists are featured in the Kennedy Center’s “Spotlight on Directors.”
Cuba's Teatro El Publico makes its first Washington appearance with an absurdist vaudeville by Rogelio Orizondo/
A twin bill of Chekhov and Aaron Posner at Studio Theatre.