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A contemplation on Macbeth, David Greig's Dunsinane offers reflection on modern global conflicts
Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith bring "Turn of the Screw" to musical life
An adaptation built for a new century with laughs that will last
Ford's Theatre sheds light on the controversial Mary Todd Lincoln
As the first installment in its five-year Bold New Works for Intimate Stages Initiative, Virginia’s Creative Cauldron commissioned The Turn of the Screw, a musical...
"Gigi" at the Kennedy Center is no match for the queens in Folger Theatre's "Mary Stuart"
Ken Ludwig's latest comic nod to Sherlock Holmes barks up the right tree
If only we could all be a little more like Pharus Jonathan Young, the lead character in Tarell McCraney’s Choir Boy, now in production at...
Signature Theatre's "Diner" doesn't fulfill needs
A Cirque-inspired Pippin at the National and a shopworn Joseph at the KenCen
A nonconformist troupe brings to Woolly's stage an extraordinary spectacle of puppetry
“It’s fun to play with dolls!” Actress Erin Weaver makes that exclamation toward the end of The Nutcracker, shouting the line in the most snide...
Theater J stages Tony Kushner's extraordinary, intelligent epic
Kennedy Center musical fires up the ballet in "Little Dancer"
Arena's Fiddler is a revelation, while Studio offers up some acerbic Bad Jews