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Tony winner to join Norm Lewis as Harold Hill in February installment of Broadway Center Stage series.
A British drama that takes you into a refugee camp has its American debut.
His “mad as hell” scene is one for the books, but the Broadway adaptation is a bit of a slog.
Splendid work, from the Great Lakes to D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, knows no boundaries.
It’s another celebrity-inspired musical, sputtering off the jukebox assembly line.
Arena Stage offers up the regional premiere of Paula Vogel’s Tony-nominated drama.
Musical tributes stood out, but the presence of the Broadway musical and its creators provided a night of firsts.
Stephen Daldry brings his hit ’90s production to Washington and beyond.
"Bit by bit, putting it together," goes the song about the act of creation by Lin-Manuel Miranda's idol, Stephen Sondheim. It wasn't until Miranda was a spectator at his own show, and no lon…
Miranda, Kail, Lacamoire and Blankenbuehler talk about “Satisfied” and the art of collaboration.
Signature Theatre revives a Tony-winning musical version of the hit 2000 movie.
The show, in a pre-Broadway engagement, officially opens at the National Theatre.
As our critic notes, not everyone wants to get in on the act.
Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass are the focus of Mat Smart’s plodding drama.
Aaron Posner directs the rarely performed but more-relevant-than-ever “King John.”
Starring Megan Hilty and Josh Radnor, the show kicks off Season 2 of the center’s musical concert series.
Kenneth Lonergan play about the toll of old age officially opens at the Golden Theatre.
Woolly Mammoth brings an interactive off-Broadway show about community.
The Shirlington company announces workshop-linkup with Yale University.
Jez Butterworth offers up a ripping yarn, set in the time of Northern Ireland’s Troubles
A world premiere asks whether “alternative facts” can be used for the greater good.
Thirty-six years after its birth, the musical spoof "Little Shop of Horrors" still resides in a special chamber of the heart of its mega-successful composer. "Like few things in my life," Al…
Composer Alan Menken considers the lampoon of a low-budget sci-fi movie his masterpiece.
‘The Fall’ at Studio Theatre portrays post-Apartheid life for black students.
“Measure for Measure” comes to Kennedy Center via Declan Donnellan and Cheek by Jowl.
Australian composer Eddie Perfect wrote the score for the film-based musical premiering at D.C.’s National Theatre.
Written and directed by Conor McPherson, the musical showcases healing power of song.
It is an eternal challenge to get Chekhov right. Richard Nelson and Jay O. Sanders do.
Folger Theatre revisits a Restoration-era version of the tragedy.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre stages Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s office dramedy.
The world premiere of Alex Timbers’s show is set for next month at D.C.’s National Theatre.