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
Studio scores big with a sharp-as-nails, biting all-girl comedy set in the world of high school soccer
Tragicomic odyssey "Everything is Illuminated" roams between laughs and lessons.
With #MeToo and Time's Up, the Women's Voices Theater Festival comes during an impactful time
For over four decades, Joy Zinoman's classes have been training some of the city's finest thespians
Constellation serves up a meaty production of "The Skin of Our Teeth"
A lightly scripted, song-focused revue
Stephen Karam's "The Humans" is a gritty, affecting night to remember.
On Your Feet captures the energy and emotional resonance that has come to define the Estefans' music
The actor returns to the Kennedy Center in the Tony-winning sensation, "The Humans"