A darkly humorous, timely exploration of wartime morality
Annie Baker's play revels in the nostalgia of a mid-Atlantic B&B
For Theater J's Adam Immerwahr, the questions raised by Roz and Ray are precisely the point
Woolly Mammoth Theatre's latest gives bold, moving voice to the issues of the day
"Roz and Ray" delivers a well-acted capsule of struggle at the dawn of the AIDS crisis
A funny, angry, stoic and unaccountably hopeful deep-dive into the lives of 1960s working class African Americans
Drag pageantry and performance take a backseat to affecting drama in Mosaic’s Paper Dolls.
Alabama Story delivers a compelling civics lesson with its streamlined old-fashioned drama
Fascinating subject matter sustains a stiff rendition in Studio Theatre's "Translations"
Shakespeare's story is delivered with a metaphorical twinkle in the eye
Kent Gash's smile-inducing production offers a lot to love
Maria Rizzo plays Roxie unhinged, with moxie and murderous rage -- and she is amazing.
In Becoming Dr. Ruth, Naomi Jacobson explores the deeper story behind the iconic, ebullient sex therapist.
Live theater, plays and musicals coming to D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Jeanna Sakata has written a timely play that fails to scratch beyond the surface of its tragedy