A crime, weed, and showtune-laced trip to Coen Brothers country that's not as fun or far-out as it should be
It's "Fargo meets Misery" and promises to provoke, shock and entertain in equal measure
The latest work by Irish playwright Conor McPherson
Michael John LaChiusa on feeling invisible in the gay community and the timeliness of "Los Otros"
"Ragtime" charts a safe journey through tumultuous American history
"Battlefield" is a revised and extended excerpt from a sweeping epic poem of ancient India
Broadway vets Judy McLane and Philip Hernandez star
Michael Innocenti's blazing performance as Leo Frank leads Keegan's exquisite Parade.
Studio's Three Sisters is even more thrilling when paired with Aaron Posner's experimental companion, No Sisters
With Intelligence, D.C. gets a wonky play it's uniquely qualified to enjoy
Robert Lepage's play is part of a spotlight on innovative, international directors
Tarell McCraney’s Choir Boy focuses on the most talented — as well as most flamboyant — chorister at a hallowed African-American, all-boy prep school. A touching...
Hemingway fans will appreciate the faithfulness of The Select, but for everyone else it's a bit of a slog
WSC Avant Bard presents an alternately stirring and stifled gospel sermon
A world-premiere modern take on 18th-century French comedy "The Double Inconstancy"