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Kennedy Center launches “Broadway Center Stage” concert series by enlisting Raul Esparza, Karen Olivo and other theater stars.
A seminal American novel is being readied for the stage.
The production boasts a director twice-honored with the Tony Award.
A handy guide to losing friends and irritating people.
“Sovereignty” attempts the tricky task of making legal jurisdiction issues lively.
Former Georgetown Day students recount their rise to leading roles on Broadway
“Dave,” the movie comedy starring Kevin Kline, will become “Dave” the musical.
“The Wolves” at Studio Theatre is a work that scores, and scores some more.
Michael Urie gives a showboat performance set in the proximity of “Homeland.”
Kafka’s ‘The Trial’ rests here on too many legs
“Everything Is Illuminated” meanders onto the Theater J stage.
Sneers at leisure class come across as stale in her “Way of the World.”
Stephen Karam’s Tony-winning play arrives at the Kennedy Center.
The story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan proves to be a tunefully easy-listenin’ antidote.
Actor’s sterling piece on Broadway prompts a look back at the best of a genre.
The headlines about sexual harassment awaken issues in productions from the past.
Despite its Gershwin songbook and knockout choreography, the touring musical lacks passion.
The celebrated composer, will be feted in Washington on March 19.
From the song of the year to a heartbreaking play with perfect pitch.
Family-friendly musicals are opening
A Tony winner gets a new life, maybe in New York, courtesy of a Korean producer.
Here a play, there a play, everywhere a pretty good play.
Even if you’ve seen the oft-staged comedy before, Shakespeare Theatre shows you new magic.
But the Ireland-oriented company stakes out a new neighborhood for D.C. theater.
The music numbers need work in Fey’s musical version of her cult hit film
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.