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Destiny of Desire is a farce that emphasizes entertainment over making a statement
As they say about life, no one gets out alive. And at this point, the same might be said for women and their identities. A...
For 25 years, the Free For All has been serving up Shakespeare to the city's delighted, theater-loving masses
It’s hard to be excited about much of anything regarding The Fix. Signature Theatre first presented this bitter musical pill seventeen years ago, back when...
“I’m glad I’ve come out while I’m still in high school,” Noah Chiet says. “Because I feel like, to the kid who’s still very nervous...
Arena Stage's "Dear Evan Hansen" is a smart, complicated, thoroughly affecting show
Unexpected Stage's elderly Romeo and Juliet is a bit retiring
Enjoy a nice chianti while you take in Studio's wildly funny Silence of the Lambs spoof
Once renews faith in the power of music, while Keegan's Cat isn't quite the meow it needs to be
You really couldn't ask for a show to be any more shtick-laden than The Producers
Charles Busch's edgy satire is a showcase for two local actresses
Liam Forde jumped at the chance for a role in Studio's Jumpers for Goalposts
Cam Magee’s performance is reason enough to see Avant Bard’s Madwoman of Chaillot
Signature Theatre's Cabaret does right by Kander and Ebb -- but the story, as ever, is dismaying and disturbing
Though chock full of great ideas, Zombie: The American needed to be a lot edgier and wittier
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