The tantalizing, Brooklyn-based Company XIV and Cocktail Magique, provide an alternative theatrical experience.
Signature's artistic director Matthew Gardiner steers his own "wheel of dreams" as he helms the company's massive 'Ragtime.'
The Folger Theatre welcomes audiences back to its home base with an exuberant new 'The Winter’s Tale.'
Shakespeare gets his invite to the cookout in "Fat Ham," a saucy gay, Black riff on the Bard's melancholy Dane.
We Happy Few's 'Kill The Ripper' is a feminist revenge fantasy that takes down toxic male serial killers.
Mosaic delivers a deftly staged, powerfully felt production of Dominique Morisseau's thought-provoking 'Confederates.'
Danilo Gambini directs a new English translation of a famous queer play from his native Brazil for Spooky Action.
More spoofy than spooky, Rorschach's 'Night of the Living Dead Live' remixes the movie with verve and good humor.
Fast on its feet, and furiously funny, Arena's "POTUS" offers a wild time at the White House, powered by women
Theater J's "The Chameleon" sketches an intriguing satire about blending in versus standing up, but fumbles the comedy.
A whirlwind of ideas and music, Macbeth in Stride delivers its own unique brand of Shakespearean interpretations.
Constellation makes queer-forward farce of Virginia Woolf's gender-bending classic "Orlando," adapted by Sarah Ruhl.
'The Chosen' packs an emotional punch as it probes the differences in how two friends' families live their faith.
The upcoming seasons of 30 professional theater companies, big and small, in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia region.
The marvelous madcap humor outpaces all other emotional impact in Signature's production of "King of the Yees."