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Collective Rage is just plain boring
Urinetown makes the bathroom a trip to remember
"Angels in America" remains one of the great masterpieces of our time
Sense and Sensibility's intelligent silliness will create theatergoers for life
The musical Come From Away tells the story of a Canadian town that opened its doors to thousands of stranded visitors
ACT is one of many theater companies showcasing LGBT plays at the KenCen's Page-to-Stage Festival
The annual baudfest Summer Hummer raises funds for local actors with emergency needs
Why Phantom of the Opera's Chris Mann is pissed at the Washington Post
Kirsten Wyatt plays late pro-gay televangelist Tammy Faye in Arena's Born For This
Mike Daisey attempts to explain the unexpected, confusing rise of Donald Trump in his latest monologue at Woolly Mammoth Theatre
On coming out: "I hid it for so long, it just got tiring"
Folger's clever take on "Merchant of Venice" contemplates race, religion and reality without the preacher
"An Octoroon" is a brave, chaotic, wonderfully-acted play, but it lacks intellectual cogency
Boasting an all-male cast, Shakespeare Theatre's "Taming of the Shrew" is an intriguing experiment that doesn't work
Geoff Sobelle's one-man show at Studio Theatre is an immersive adventure in unpacking
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