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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.
Stars turn out for a New York concert that proves a rousing counterpoint to Inauguration Day in Washington
“Roe” tells the story of one of the most contentious Supreme Court rulings of modern times.
REVIEW|| "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," which comes to Broadway next year, slakes the thirst of any Potter-holic.
Richard Nelson, playwright-director of “The Gabriels,” talks about the creation of his trilogy.
Revival of Michael Frayn’s Tony-winning play lacks a powerful sense of intrigue.
“Charm” details the efforts of a trailblazer to bring more civility to inner-city life.
REVIEW || Not even the great Cate can salvage this turgid evening.
Signature Theatre stages a melodic though dramatically challenged Tony winner.
Denzel Washington directs the movie version, with much of the Broadway cast intact.
In Sam Gold's harrowing production, the actors captivatingly show off their stage muscle.
“Into the Woods” is back, in a charmingly stripped-down version at the Kennedy Center.
The two-time Tony Award winner has been eager to play more complicated characters.
|| REVIEW The musical birthed at Arena Stage officially opens at the Music Box Theatre
Arena Stage set to be staging ground for “Power Plays.”
Lucas Hnath’s play gets its regional premiere at Theater J.
Across TV and movie screens and stages, stars are lining up to sing and dance.
Ivo van Hove brings his Tony-winning revival of Arthur Miller’s masterwork to the Kennedy Center.
"Union Square Incident" is a cautionary tale about the beginnings of a police state
Theater makers of all ages should reflect on what the squabble over Vice President-elect Mike Pence's attendance has awakened.