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Two landmark musicals with uncomfortable plots return to Broadway in the #MeToo era.
A major Broadway producer and the legal representative of author Harper Lee's estate square off in court over the fate of a stage version of "To Kill A Mockingbird."
Signature's 29th season will include “Grand Hotel” and “Billy Elliot, the Musical.”
The headlines about sexual harassment awaken issues in productions from the past.
Actor’s sterling piece on Broadway prompts a look back at the best of a genre.
The story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan proves to be a tunefully easy-listenin’ antidote.
Stephen Karam’s Tony-winning play arrives at the Kennedy Center.
Sneers at leisure class come across as stale in her “Way of the World.”
“Everything Is Illuminated” meanders onto the Theater J stage.
Kafka’s ‘The Trial’ rests here on too many legs
Michael Urie gives a showboat performance set in the proximity of “Homeland.”
“The Wolves” at Studio Theatre is a work that scores, and scores some more.
“Dave,” the movie comedy starring Kevin Kline, will become “Dave” the musical.
Former Georgetown Day students recount their rise to leading roles on Broadway
“Sovereignty” attempts the tricky task of making legal jurisdiction issues lively.
A handy guide to losing friends and irritating people.
The production boasts a director twice-honored with the Tony Award.
A seminal American novel is being readied for the stage.
Kennedy Center launches “Broadway Center Stage” concert series by enlisting Raul Esparza, Karen Olivo and other theater stars.
A member of the folk band Eddie From Ohio tries his hand at musical theater.
A politically minded interactive troupe takes on male objectification and mistreatment.
Don’t worry, “Let it Go” is still in Michael Grandage’s stage version of the hit Disney movie.
The smash-hit revival is as entertaining as ever
Mosaic Theater takes anguishing “I Shall Not Hate” on the road.
The season announcement by one of Washington's best known theater companies.
Maria Manuela Goyanes of New York’s Public Theater will succeed Howard Shalwitz.
Taylor Trensch takes over a role of instant legend from its originator, Tony winner Ben Platt.
Sarah Burgess is a playwright who takes on the difficult subject of how systems go awry.
The “Cursed Child” plays come to the Big Apple, preparing to make a mint.
“Escape to Margaritaville” is missing more than that shaker of salt.
Two singular Broadway stars raise their voices together at a crucial political moment.