A vibrant Holly Twyford and compelling subject matter help to enliven the mildly pleasing "Silent Sky"
The Drama Desk Award-winner dons the crown to lead "The King's Speech" at the National Theatre
Lovers and immigrants take similar leaps of faith in the cross-cultural romance "Pilgrims: Musa & Sheri in the New World"
Round House's "Spring Awakening" is a fantastic-looking show that's often overwhelmed by many moving parts
Pulitzer-winning playwright Nilo Cruz takes the reins to direct GALA's production of his drama "Exquisite Agony"
Delivered with '70s style and flair, the Folger's "Merry Wives of Windsor" is one of the best you'll ever see
The Tony and Emmy nominee delivered a notable speech to Vice President Mike Pence days after the 2016 election
A stark, straightforward production of "Pipeline" draws out nuances of a tricky conversation about race
Set during the eve of WWII, "Sheltered" nails the ways history repeats itself
Anthony Green's 'When Boys Exhale' was inspired by a classic ode to sisterhood.
The creator of the One-Man Star Wars Trilogy brings his latest hit show to The Birchmere this weekend
With "Peter Pan and Wendy," Alan Paul helps to reshape a treasured classic and reimagines it for a new generation
Mosaic's season of "progressives behaving badly" takes a sharp left turn with "Eureka Day"
The legendary icon on A John Waters Christmas, his book collection, his parents, and why it's going to be so hard to beat Trump
Second City's She the People is a full-scale comic outrage at everything society expects of women