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Loosely based on Ibsen's tragic heroine in A Doll's House, this is a sad, thought-provoking take on the lives of refugees forced to adjust their lives and expectations.
Written for the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking, this widely produced solo is still floating along just fine at the Irish Rep
Michael Urie's very modern and lively Hamlet
Stephen Karam's is blessed with a very fine cast at the Kennedy Center in DC
Jon Robin Baitz play updated with Epilogue in DC
Both these one-act plays by Harold Pinter deal with relationships in language that is spare and rich, illuminating as well as confusing.
Director Molly Smith has updated this period piece by softening the rough edges of the story and giving choreographer Parker Esse free rein. .
Well cast revival of Caryl Churchill's play in DC
This DC production features the gifted actor Craig Wallace who gives an uncanny impersonation of Louis Armstrong's posture .
Credit for how entertaining this revival of George C. Wolfe's musical about Jelly Roll Morton is the way Director Matthew Gardiner pulls the show together. . .
- the syrupy but enjoyable road show makes a stop at the Kennedy Center
his shortened version of Ibsen's tragedy misses nothing snfdis a triumph for DC's Studio and, particularly, Julia Coffey
Arena Stage's theater in the round, the Fichandler, is beautifully suited to Robert Schenkkan's political drama about President Lyndon Johnson's first year in office.Arena Stage's theater in…
onflict in many forms is the basis of Motti Lerner's excellent play at Mosaic Theater. .
Theater J's adaptation of David Goldman novel . .
Finally, a smooth landing for this troubled Sondheim/Weidman musical, thanks largely to director Gary Griffin and Josh Lamon and Noah Racey as the Mizner brothers
Mosaic Theater Company never shies away from tough questions. Its current offering by Shachar Pinkhas and Shay Pitovsky takes a hard look at the subject of refugees.
Anthony Giardina's play about a by-gone Washington era is now at the city's at Arena Stage . . Read More
The small Signature Max theater has 276 seats, arranged on three sides increasing the intensity of the performance for the dancers and for the audience who are practically in their faces
The show lacks luster but the heavy on the banjo bluegrass score composed by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell has many soothing moments along with raucous thigh-slappin' and toe tappin' rhythm…
Rarely is a revival as perfect as this one now playing at Washington's Shakespeare Theatre/Harman Center. It has all the elements that keep you smiling for days: .
Over the top. Silly beyond words. Those are just a few words to describe playwright Karen Zacarias' contribution to the Women's Voices Theater Festival. .
a huge hit in London, Lucy Kirkwood's play is now having its U.S. premiere at Washington's Studio Theatre. . .
John Dempsey's book and composer Dana P. Rowe's musical now playing at Signature Theatre is a cynical look at priming a candidate. The music is rousing and some of the lyrics are very sophis…
This touring production is as highly-polished, fast moving and well performed as any musical on Broadway . .
By the end of an enjoyable evening, the audience happily gets up and dances in the balcony, in the aisles, even on stage.
The Signature's stellar production might just turn this into a hit at last.
A sublime production at DC's Signature .
an enormously pleasing revue of Stephen Sondheim's marvelous music and angst-filled lyrics.
Whether audiences in cities that don't have more than 50,000 lawyers and an incalculable number of wonks, will have the sitzfleisch for 105 minutes of dueling ideologies remains to be seen. …
Pop the cork for "The Night They Invented Champagne" and much else. Gigi is bubbly entertainment. .