"Evita" and "Driving Miss Daisy" offer audiences a study in contrasts
Alexandria's MetroStage celebrates three decades of providing powerful experiences
The Shoplifters gives a woman of a certain age the kind of riveting gravitas almost always written for men
Playwright David Adjmi gives us a voyeur's view of Marie Antoinette
"Fool for Love" marks Marty Lodge's 40th Round House Theatre production
Olney's "Colossal" is a moving drama about a gay footballer
Yentl seems a fruitless pursuit while Belleville takes too long to get going
Signature Theatre offers a fresh, snazzy production of Sunday in the Park with George
“It has all the elements of a great night at Shakespeare mashed into one,” Alan Paul says of The Winter’s Tale, whose hard-to-characterize plot incorporates...
Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage Festival promotes and grows local theater
Known for ambitious staging of eccentric, or just plain out-there, fantasy tales, Rorschach Theatre has seemingly done it again with Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters,...
Based on the hit animated film, The Lion King is one of the most beloved and successful musicals of all time, and is still going...
Local actors show support -- and skin -- in annual fundraiser
The American Century Theater wraps up its 19th season with Brian Childers reprising his role as legendary stage and screen showman Danny Kaye, which earned him...
Yes, Stephen Sondheim really did give the quirky and risque Landless Theatre Company permission to adapt the score of his most commercially successfully musical as...
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