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  • Nifty History

    A Revolutionary musical shines at Ford's -- a much better bet than WSC's disjointed Henry V Freedom fighters: GrahamRowat, Huddleston and ClealePhoto by Stan Barouh...

  • Career Move

    The logic goes something like this: Gay men love theatre, and gay men love porn, so if you take gay-porn stars and put them on...

  • Nothing to Fear

    Jim Grimsley's purported ''thriller'' doesn't -- you'll do better going for laughs while Busch's Tale is still in town Domestic disturbance:Glover and Gordon Photo: Trumpet...

  • Allergy Prone

    Charles Busch's well-honed comedy of Manhattan socialites plays like a fine Jewish whine Actor-playwright Charles Busch -- sans his actor hat in this case --...

  • Get Happy

    A New York setting of yesteryear makes for a welcome comedic escape Dames at Sea is a confection of a musical -- nothing more than...

  • Dual Disappointment

    Neither Arena Stage nor Woolly Mammoth & Theater J can salvage new works that need more time on the drawing board Costumed crusader: Mudge (Photo...

  • Slay Ride

    Theater Alliance serves up meaty drama on H Street, while GMCW hams it up across the river Showing guts:Dunn and Mendenhall (Photo by Bruce Robey)...

  • Fly Guys

    Photo Illustration: Michael Wichita Russ Capps In rural Missouri, gay high schooler Howard Crabtree wants nothing more than to get together a group of friends...

  • Game Over

    It's the end of the world as we know it, and Beckett doesn't feel so fine Scraping by: Terrill (Photo by Bruce Robey ) Where...

  • Keep Moving

    Round House can't quite get a grip on problematic Pavilion, while Irish ''dramedy'' falls flat at Kennedy Center Present tense: Lodge, Beard and Shields. (Photo...

  • Made in the Shade

    A romantic musical finds new life at Signature, while Arena Stage gives Thornton Wilder a posthumous premiere Weatherman: Bogart with ensemble (Photo by Carol Pratt...

  • Hello, Carol!

    Skipper as Channing. Richard Skipper left his hometown of Conway, S.C., right out of high school in 1979 with his sights set on a dream:...

  • Broad Comedy

    From Jacobean London to contemporary L.A., wild women wreak havoc and leave laughter in their wake The Newlywed Game: Robichaux and van Griethuysen (Photo by...

  • Night Flight

    Twelfth Night glows with an alternative-styled sexiness, while Last Seder is a skillful exploration of family dynamics in disarray. Playing for laughs: Marshall and Twyford....

  • Delightful Dogs

    Sharp and accessible satire makes What Dogs Do highly recommendable to audiences of every stripe. A play about the inner workings of theatre can be...