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Alanis Morissette’s breakthrough 1995 album breaks no new ground as theater.
Stage adaptation of popular ghost novel surprised its creator by becoming a scary good hit.
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is a mystery centering on a 15-year-old math prodigy
At Round House Theatre, imaginative reinvention makes a fresh case for seeing the Tony-winning play.
Audible produces plays designed to be listened to on its digital platform and maybe also seen off-Broadway.
Monica Bill Barnes & Company performance is part dance performance, part vaudeville act.
Jacob Scott Tischler’s Cosmo Brown steals the show in a safe but crowd-pleasing staging of the iconic musical.
The actor brings his reworked his one-man show to the National Theatre.
Chelsea Marcantel’s underdog tale about air-guitar aficionados gets an exuberant run at the Keegan Theatre.
Factory 449’s small-scale production delivers an expertly performed rumination on crises of faith.
Matthew Lopez’s two-part gay drama has its official Broadway opening.
The late sculptor looks back on her career in this contrived and starchy portrait of the artist.
Arena Stage digs into the Disney catalogue for the first time with a well-danced version of the 1992 movie musical.
Former journalist Wyn Delano performs in the journalism-themed musical.
The acclaimed Russell Harvard joins the cast of a hit Broadway play — in a pair of hearing roles.
Studio Theatre stages the U.S. premiere of Anchuli Felicia King’s comedy.
Peter Shaffer’s massive play is fully realized in Richard Clifford’s production.
Elizabeth Inchbald’s “Lovers’ Vows” features a hilarious performance — the butler did it.
The new jukebox musical “Tina” has its official opening at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Signature Theatre revives the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning musical, with energy and heart.
The set design and costuming for the play about the late sculptor are meant to evoke the feeling of the artist without replicating her sculptures or clothes.
A National Endowment for the Arts competition rewards high school musical theater songwriters with Broadway-caliber recording sessions.
Troupe debuts “The Willard Suitcases,” a show that calls forth the ghosts of a shuttered insane asylum.
Mosaic Theater stages Norman Yeung’s erratic thriller.
“We want this to be a huge dance party,” says Artistic Director Eric Schaeffer.
Signature Theatre rewrites the road map of a storied Broadway show.
If only “Right to Be Forgotten” at Arena Stage were better at addressing this vital question.
The company performs new works by Jessica Lang, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and John Heginbotham at Harman Hall.
A nightly lottery determines who plays what part in the morality play ‘Eveybody.’
As the entertainment giant marks 25 years on Broadway, Arena Stage brings back “Newsies.”
A new era opens at Shakespeare Theatre Company on a minor key.