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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.
"The Price” percolates; “The Glass Menagerie” grates
The producer of megamusicals will receive Signature Theatre’s Sondheim Award.
‘An American in Paris’ at Kennedy Center for the holidays
The play about the CIA, Valerie Plame and WMDs covers well-documented terrain.
REVIEW||The musical by Irene Sankoff and David Hein that played Ford's Theatre last year opens on Broadway.
The Broadway vet (“Rent,” “Cabaret”) performs in a concert with Washington-area youth choruses.
Signature Theatre unveils James Lapine’s new play about a bizarre ’60s singing sensation.
The veteran actress is starring at Signature Theatre as a tone-deaf ’60s novelty singer.
REVIEW|| A “Sweeney Todd” al dente
Synetic leaps in, too.
The Bethesda-based company offers up its most ambitious season yet.
The troupe-by-troupe list, with early picks from Wash Post critics
The popularity of the musical birthed at Arena Stage is surprising even its producer.
“The Select” by Elevator Repair Service dramatizes the great novel “The Sun Also Rises.”
The Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine Pulitzer-winning musical is revived in stirring fashion.
The future is rife with artistic challenges for Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Shakespeare Theatre Company co-produces Mike Bartlett’s Broadway play.
Lillian Hellman’s anti-Nazi drama tops off Arena Stage’s exploration of the playwright.
REVIEW | Close returns to Broadway as Norma Desmond, 23 years after originating the role in New York.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre unveils Clare Barron’s tragicomic disaster play
Studio Theatre unveils the world premiere of Morgan Gould’s comedy.
Theaters are grappling with how to respond to the controversies stirred by the Trump administration
Round House Theatre revives the powerful musical by Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori.
Winner of five Tonys, delightful and sad musical memoir ‘Fun Home’ comes to the National.
Ford’s Theatre, aided by director Aaron Posner, gets a big one right.
The “Goodbye Girl” star has tackled Hollywood, auto racing and a Lillian Hellman drama.