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The gay-centric "Sons of the Prophet" is a delightful dramedy.
Pre-Broadway engagement for Steve Martin/Edie Brickell musical.
Shakespeare Theatre's Kiss Me, Kate is two hours of song, dance and unstoppable fun
A decade after its debut, The Infection Monologues co-creator Alex Garner still sees a need for modern-day HIV stories
Arena Stage has assembled an Oliver! that speaks to contemporary issues
EXUDING NOTHING BUT GOOD VIBES, humor and charm, Akeelah and the Bee, () an urban tale of a little girl who earns her way to...
Edge of the Universe Players 2 revives a favorite from the late, gay playwright Joe Orton
Pericles is something of a rough sea
Douglas Carter Beane brings out the best of a beloved classic in National Theatre’s Cinderella
Apple Family Cycle Photo: Allie Dearie The Apple family isn’t real, and it’s far from ideal — in fact, it’s likely more dysfunctional and damaged...
Winners and Losers is like being trapped in the boring room at the party
Signture's "Girlstar" falls apart at the seams, while "Avenue Q" is all the better for them
We’ve come a long way since the days of Erma Bombeck’s candidly comic newspaper column on the trials and tribulations of motherhood. Down-in-the-trenches mothering blogs...
Earlier this year, the Virginia theater company Creative Cauldron presented a world premiere musical adaptation of The Turn of the Screw — Henry James’s classic gothic novella...
Signature's "Cake Off" doesn't rise to the challenge, while Ford's "The Guard" is just a challenge