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‘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.
With generations of older, devoted playgoers getting grayer, costs of production rising and entertainment competition ever stiffer, North America's temples of Shakespeare are being compelled…
A look at how classical companies try to sell tickets in an era of stiff competition.
Signature Theatre revives Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Tony-winning musical
If you’re thinking of seeing a musical based on a film, don’t. It was better on screen.
Revisiting the Tony-winning hit.
The monologuist is back at Woolly Mammoth Theatre for “The Story of the Gun.”
A world premiere musical at Arena Stage has enjoyable moments, though it needs work.
The musical’s section is heartening tribute to American theater
The beloved film comedy adds melodies in its pre-Broadway tryout at Arena Stage.
The story? It’s what you’d expect from a jukebox musical.
Joshua Sobol’s “The Last Act” had its world premiere in Boston, not Tel Aviv.
Olney Theatre Center’s revival has a great Bernstein score, but it needs more seasoning.
Shakespeare Theatre Company has the largest day of ticket sales in its history.
The Kennedy Center hosts a tryout of a musical about the Temptations that aims for Broadway.
The award-winning musical begins its stay at the Kennedy Center with a superb touring cast.
D.C.’s Mosaic Theater Company mounts a penetrating world premiere
The 1961 show is exuberant but worse for wear in the Kennedy Center’s concert revival.
A critic’s dream of how the theater’s premier awards should cast.
The Silver Spring-based company is shuttering after 14 years.
Fifty years on, the Mart Crowley play finally arrives on the theater world’s biggest platform.
Revival of 2010 Kander and Ebb musical still suffers from overabundant sermonizing.
Shakespeare Theatre Company revives a classic musical in smart fashion.
Bedlam’s theater Eric Tucker stages Shaw’s famous play with wit and deftness.