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Unexpected Stage's elderly Romeo and Juliet is a bit retiring
Enjoy a nice chianti while you take in Studio's wildly funny Silence of the Lambs spoof
Though chock full of great ideas, Zombie: The American needed to be a lot edgier and wittier
A medieval yet modern and thoroughly entertaining evening at The Folger
"Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" is an evening of easy entertainment with reliable life lessons
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...
It may feel as though the theater season is winding down, but there are still plenty of great shows to come from all the major...
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
A gay theater company thrives in the rapidly changing capital
As the first installment in its five-year Bold New Works for Intimate Stages Initiative, Virginia’s Creative Cauldron commissioned The Turn of the Screw, a musical...
Fiddler on the Roof's Sheldon Harnick on his musical's lasting appeal
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