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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 One is a withdrawn teenager.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 Drag Salute to the Divas, Ali Wong, Hedda Gabler, Ragtime and Hillwood Estates Divas Outdoors
Geoff Sobelle's one-man show at Studio Theatre is an immersive adventure in unpacking
Apple Family Cycle Photo: Allie Dearie The Apple family isn’t real, and it’s far from ideal — in fact, it’s likely more dysfunctional and damaged...
Enjoy a nice chianti while you take in Studio's wildly funny Silence of the Lambs spoof
Liam Forde jumped at the chance for a role in Studio's Jumpers for Goalposts
Two tremendous, gay themed plays are lighting up the stages at Studio and MetroStage
Studio Theatre's Murder Ballad is an entertaining, ingeniously devised sung-through musical
Studio Theatre's same-sex drama takes home Helen Hayes for Outstanding Play.
“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...
Many restaurants offer specials designed to get you to the theater on time
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...
If only we could all be a little more like Pharus Jonathan Young, the lead character in Tarell McCraney’s Choir Boy, now in production at...
Tarell McCraney depicts the journey of young black men in his work, including his new play "Choir Boy"
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