It's hard not to love Naomi Jacobson as everyone's favorite cherubic sex therapist in Becoming Dr. Ruth
Heather Raffo's "Noura" has a wealth of ideas, but suffers from too much telling and not enough showing
Only toe-tapping tunes and Bobby Smith's stellar performance keep Light Years from completely blowing offstage
Everyman offers a fit and sturdy depiction of a family falling to pieces.
Familiar brings a unique voice and genuine humor to a relatable issue
Robert Schenkkan's compelling exploration of Lyndon B. Johnson offers a lot of food for thought
Broadway star Raul Esparza heads up an all-new production of the fabled musical Chess at the Kennedy Center.
Something Rotten! is wicked good at lampooning both musicals and Shakespeare with love
The cast keeps it fun, although not enough develops in "La Foto: A Selfie Affair"
Wendy Graf's play focuses on a gay Muslim woman trying to reconcile her faith with her sexuality
Michael Urie commands the stage in Michael Kahn's deeply elegant, daring production of "Hamlet"
"Jefferson's Garden" harvests humor and pathos with its spirited exploration of Revolutionary War history
Signature Theatre's "4,380 Nights" stumbles over lengthy monologues, while Keegan Theatre's "Unnecessary Farce" is just far too much
When Theresa Rebeck called, Kristine Nielsen dropped everything to star in Way of the World
Theresa Rebeck's "The Way of the World" has a few moments of brilliance, but not enough to redeem it