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Collective Rage is just plain boring
Live theater, plays and musicals in the Washington, D.C. region
In Hand to God, Liam Forde brilliantly portrays not one, but two characters. One is a withdrawn teenager. The other, Tyrone, a demonic, foul-mouthed puppet.
A curated selection of what you can expect from some of this year’s Fringe shows, as 41 productions stood before our cameras
Folger's clever take on "Merchant of Venice" contemplates race, religion and reality without the preacher
Boasting an all-male cast, Shakespeare Theatre's "Taming of the Shrew" is an intriguing experiment that doesn't work
Mosaic Theater offers a romantic comedy with minority and LGBT characters
Salome, Avenue Q and Yerma are the evening's biggest winning shows
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A star vehicle for Tracy Lynn Olivera, Ford's 110 in the Shade is is quaint, predictable, old-fashioned and outdated.
Bob Mondello talks about his life as a critic, the love of his life, and the one thing he doesn't own -- and why.
Arena, Constellation, the Shakespeare and Signature are among the most nominated for the 2016 Helen Hayes Awards
Dash your high hopes for "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder" and you may have a chance at enjoying it
The Shakespeare mounts an evening of giggles and frolics that serves as a reminder that a clever wit is always timeless.
Baltimore's Center Stage serves up an all-female "As You Like It"
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