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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.
An actor from Springfield, Va., grows up to be a Rodgers and Hammerstein King.
With “A Little Night Music,” Holly Twyford must sing “Send in the Clowns.”
His amateurish “The Terms of My Surrender” trips on the headliner’s ego.
An understudy for Patti LuPone gets a crash course in the Broadway limelight.
The actor's turn in “The Government Inspector” makes you eager for his Hamlet.
Donald Trump might be a useful punching bag, but does it work on stage?
“America’s Favorite Dragapella Barbershop Quartet” returns to Theater J.
“The King and I” shows again the songwriters were master heart-melters.
The Tony winner has let the role of the title character’s mom seep deep into her bones.
The actor studied the role under the D.C. Shakespeare director at Juilliard.
"Hamlet,” down and dirty.
Six plays burst into life at West Virginia’s Contemporary American Theater Festival.
An adaptation that fails to do its famous source justice.
A play that posits the love of theater is eternal.
Eustis directs the production of the Shakespeare play that has come under attack from ultraconservative websites and even from one of President Trump's sons.
The show should commit to doing better at giving straight plays a platform.
Since the guesses by the press about how people vote is going so well these days, I thought I'd add my two cents.
Molière’s “The Misanthrope” is the launching point for fourth in David Ives’s clever series.
From the twinkle in writers’ eyes to the sparkle of Broadway, a musical comes into being.
Artistic director nurtured dramatists and shaped actors’ careers