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Studio Theatre's same-sex drama takes home Helen Hayes for Outstanding Play.
Taylor Mac explores history and community through pop music
Interpreting the musical theater version of Man of La Mancha takes some finesse. Though most know it as the iconic tale of an elderly knight...
"Freedom's Song" at Ford's Theatre is a don't miss, "only-in-Washington" kind of show
“I just want to laugh,” playwright Beth Henley has been quoted as saying. That may well be, but her latest work, Laugh, fails to incite...
Twenty years ago, Studio Theatre won six Helen Hayes Awards with its production of Bessie’s Blues by Thomas W. Jones II. If you missed its first...
A new adaptation of Alexis Piron’s classic 1738 French farce
The Greenbelt Arts Center offers a production of Evil Dead: The Musical, an off Broadway stage adaptation of Sam Raimi’s cult classic zombie film, featuring book...
A gay theater company thrives in the rapidly changing capital
Signature Theatre's new musical "Kid Victory" asks too much of its audience
Another in Synetic Theater’s Silent Shakespeare series, the dance-musical interpretation of Much Ado About Nothing is a clever, outside-the-box extravaganza. A pastiche of 1950s musical...
Kate Eastwood Norris amps up the rage in Folger's "Mary Stuart"
King Hedley II is a ruthlessly honest examination of the profound costs of prejudice
Atlas's Intersections Festival returns for more cross-cultural mixing
Bernadine Mitchell turns "Bessie's Blues" into a powerhouse evening, while Round House takes a feminist point of view