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Ken Ludwig's latest comic nod to Sherlock Holmes barks up the right tree
Arena's Fiddler is a revelation, while Studio offers up some acerbic Bad Jews
Fiddler on the Roof's Sheldon Harnick on his musical's lasting appeal
From Bobby Flay to Suzanne Vega to a sweet, Brazilian coming-of-age film, we've got your weekend datebook here
Folger's production of the Bard classic is meticulous, captivating, and a fitting tale to retell in Washington
The Shoplifters gives a woman of a certain age the kind of riveting gravitas almost always written for men
Playwright David Adjmi gives us a voyeur's view of Marie Antoinette
"Fool for Love" marks Marty Lodge's 40th Round House Theatre production
All of Washington’s a stage. Has a nice ring to it, no? But in fact, D.C. theater continues to grow and thrive, as several of...
Why mess with success, right? Arena Stage touts in a press release that Smokey Joe’s Café, which debuted nearly two decades ago, became Broadway’s longest-running...
If it weren’t for Brenda Lee, Levi Kreis would likely not be making his D.C. theater debut with Smokey Joe’s Café at Arena Stage. “I...
An ideal evening at the theater for precocious high schoolers and the politically curious, Lawrence Wright’s Camp David is a primer on President Jimmy Carter’s...
With a charisma that roars like a coal-fired furnace, Arena's Mother Courage and Her Children, begins and ends with Kathleen Turner in the title role....
''When I got the script for Serial Mom, I couldn't believe it,'' Kathleen Turner says. ''I kept picking it up and throwing it down. And...
''For us there can be no happiness,'' Hero says, direly, to the woman he loves, Philia, in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to...