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"An Octoroon" is a brave, chaotic, wonderfully-acted play, but it lacks intellectual cogency
Boasting an all-male cast, Shakespeare Theatre's "Taming of the Shrew" is an intriguing experiment that doesn't work
Geoff Sobelle's one-man show at Studio Theatre is an immersive adventure in unpacking
Mosaic Theater offers a romantic comedy with minority and LGBT characters
Salome, Avenue Q and Yerma are the evening's biggest winning shows
Constellation Theatre's "Journey to the West" fails to be about the destination
Tony-nominee Hamilton's national tour slated for the 2017-2018 season.
Disgraced raises, but doesn't quite embrace, some of the increasingly vital questions of our time
Reduced Shakespeare offers a mild, blunt, family-friendly play
A star vehicle for Tracy Lynn Olivera, Ford's 110 in the Shade is is quaint, predictable, old-fashioned and outdated.
Strathmore premieres a pair of choral works about two persecuted civil rights pioneers
The New York Neo-Futurists perform a greatest hits version of "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" at The Alden
All The Way has hints of the after-school special, while The Nether is a timely, edgy examination of virtual reality
Olney Theatre takes on a classic made famous by Hitchcock, "Dial 'M' for Murder"
"All the Way" scribe Robert Schenkkan is convinced that progress in LGBT rights is inevitable