Nearly four-and-a-half years after its sold-out, pre-Broadway debut at the National Theatre and two years after COVID ended its hit Broadway run, Mean Girls, the...
John Jarboe explores gender queerness through the metaphor of cannibalism.
Ford’s Theatre has restarted its 2021-2022 season with what the organization bills as “an electrifying musical celebrating the perseverance of family and the power of...
“It has become more than a musical — it’s a cultural touchstone, a rite of passage, and a source of joy and strength for millions,”...
The "sexy, sultry, spicy" cirque cabaret AirOtic will play in D.C. for an extended run at Hook Hall.
The bisexual Black poet/teacher/activist June Jordan is getting renewed attention through a brand new stage work.
Migguel Anggelo's imaginative, semi-autobiographical fable "English with an Accent" makes its debut at GALA on April 1.
There's a lot to adore about's effervescently funny, gorgeously sung "She Loves Me."
Paul Louis Lessard is an impish delight as King Herod in the 50th-anniversary tour of the classic musical "Jesus Christ Superstar."
Rayanne Gonzales shines as a bar owner who opens her heart to friends in need in the slice-of-life drama "Daphne's Dive."
Psalmayene 24 conjures theater magic with the well-told memoir Dear Mapel at Mosaic.
Lisa Stephen Friday bares her soul in the rocking autobiographical musical "Trans Am," now at Keegan
Studio Theatre presents a bold, if uneven, production of Suzan-Lori Parks' taboo-shaking drama "White Noise"
"The Prom," currently at the Kennedy Center, is doing everything possible to keep cast, crew, and audience safe.
Michael R. Jackson on making history with A Strange Loop, the impact of Liz Phair, and why the show targets Tyler Perry