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The Tony winner talks about her Kennedy Center concert as well as her next movie “Drift” and filming “Wicked.”
“The Winter’s Tale,” Shakespeare’s story of transformation, is a fitting show for the Folger, an institution that hopes to engage new audiences.
Theater J’s “Here I Am” series features three solo shows: Iris Bahr’s “See You Tomorrow,” Michele Lowe’s “Moses” and Sun Mee Chomet’s “How to Be a Korean Woman.”
The Hollywood star, in search of a career reset, returned to his Broadway roots with ‘Gutenberg! The Musical!’
“POTUS” playwright Selina Fillinger, 29, wrote the political farce — now at Arena Stage — about seven women in the president’s inner circle.
The former dancer and prolific choreographer comes to D.C. after a decade running Ohio’s BalletMet.
Round House Theatre stages a steady production of Katori Hall’s absorbing if uneven historical fantasy, which reimagines Martin Luther King Jr.’s final night.
Rob McClure reprises his Tony-nominated role alongside his wife, Maggie Lakis, in the touring production of the Broadway musical.
A new city-wide, 12-week celebration of the Bard offers the DMV an array of innovative productions reviving, reimagining or riffing on Shakespeare’s oeuvre.
From escapist eye candy to heady experimental shows, the Washington area has a playhouse for every taste.
Pearl Cleage wrote “Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard” about the first Black mayor of Atlanta after working as his press secretary decades ago.
Sammi Cannold, 29, looks at Harold Prince’s “Evita” through a feminist lens at the Shakespeare Theatre.
A Tony-winning composer looks back on his 2014 show — now onstage at Signature Theatre — and reflects on the state of modern musical theater.
Director Alex Timbers, scenic designer Derek McLane and costume designer Catherine Zuber discuss shaping the Tony-winning musical, now at the Kennedy Center.
The transfer is a crowning achievement for the arts center’s Broadway Center Stage series, which staged the musical in May.
The Juilliard-trained violist and standup comic performs this weekend at the Comedy Loft of DC.
Lauren Yee's play strains to connect its musical interludes with the weighty drama of the Cambodian genocide.
Lili-Anne Brown directs the first professional production of the Afrobeat musical "Fela!" since its Tony-winning Broadway tour ended more than a decade ago.
Gisela Adisa, Liz Mikel, Kassandra Haddock and Sav Souza star in the touring production of the nontraditionally cast Broadway revival of "1776," now onstage at the Kennedy Center.
Jason Mantzoukas and a team of comics headline the Kennedy Center show, which combines theater and improv to gleefully unpredictable results.
The New York Times crossword constructor delivers a mesmerizing mash-up of cryptology, magic and intellect.
Ariana DeBose returns to host the writers' strike-affected Tony Awards on Sunday at the United Palace in Washington Heights.
Highlights include free Shakespeare, the Muny’s 105th season, ‘Rent in Concert’ at the Kennedy Center and 'A Sondheim Celebration” at the Hollywood Bowl.
How Sarna Lapine, the niece of Stephen Sondheim’s longtime collaborator James Lapine, puts her unique stamp on Sondheim.
Stand-up comedian and "Chappelle's Show" co-creator Neal Brennan is bringing his latest show the Howard Theatre and Kennedy Center.
Company’s revival of “On Your Feet!” wins ceremony-best nine prizes as D.C. theater community gathers for its first in-person awards ceremony in four years and honors GALA’s Hugo Med…
The touring production of the retooled, Tony-nominated show comes to the National Theatre.
Director Raymond O. Caldwell delivers a sublime revival of the 2008 rock musical in Signature's intimate Ark theater.
The comedian brings her show “Your Favorite Woman” to the Kennedy Center.
The stage adaptation of "Aladdin" comes to Washington in April; live-action "The Little Mermaid" hits theaters in May.
Aya Ogawa wrote, directed and stars in the interactive play, now onstage at Woolly Mammoth Theatre, about grappling with her father's death.