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Disgraced raises, but doesn't quite embrace, some of the increasingly vital questions of our time
Reduced Shakespeare offers a mild, blunt, family-friendly play
A star vehicle for Tracy Lynn Olivera, Ford's 110 in the Shade is is quaint, predictable, old-fashioned and outdated.
Strathmore premieres a pair of choral works about two persecuted civil rights pioneers
The New York Neo-Futurists perform a greatest hits version of "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" at The Alden
All The Way has hints of the after-school special, while The Nether is a timely, edgy examination of virtual reality
Olney Theatre takes on a classic made famous by Hitchcock, "Dial 'M' for Murder"
"All the Way" scribe Robert Schenkkan is convinced that progress in LGBT rights is inevitable
Shakespeare Theatre's 1984 is constrained by the source material's faults, but is still an enthralling concept piece
With American Idiot, Keegan Theatre has staged another inspiring rock musical
Tony Kushner's landmark plays will be co-produced by the two theater companies
Signature Theatre's "Road Show" is worth the journey only for die-hard Sondheim fans
Although disturbing and unsettling, Othello doesn't live up to its full potential
Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith's new musical explores the influence of Lord Byron
Murray Hill brings drag appeal to Birchmere's Burlesque-A-Pades
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