Studio's "People, Places & Things" makes trenchant art by casting a humorous light on the darkest dimensions of drug addiction.
Signature's 'Into the Woods' offers delicious treats for the eyes and ears, but the well-plated meal doesn't fully satisfy.
The holidays find the Kennedy Center bustling with activity, from a uniquely original ballet to a visit from a familiar wicked witch.
The Theatre Lab, a school for the dramatic arts, is turning 30 with a big celebration and even bigger plans for the future.
"Sanctuary City" keenly examines two DREAMers and their struggle to plant their lives on the solid ground of citizenship
Director Shanara Gabrielle and Solas Nua update an Irish classic by changing the nationality of the protagonist.
Keegan Theatre stages a new production of William Finn's "celebration of life and music," serving as a balm in light of the pandemic era.
Theater J's finely-stitched "Intimate Apparel" fashions a touching drama from silk, sex, ambition, and forbidden romance
Synetic's “Dracula” features powerful doses of murderous gothic mayhem, witty humor, and a touch of the erotic.
Jefferson Russell and Deborah Hazlett star in Everyman's new production of James Goldman's masterpiece, 'The Lion in Winter.'
Rorschach's scrappy, feminist take on Stoker's classic horror novel “Dracula” suffers by sidelining the main attraction.
Creative Cauldron celebrates its 20th anniversary with a full season of entirely original works, including 4 musicals.
Mosaic stages an outstanding production of 'The Till Trilogy,' Ifa Bayeza's powerful account of the life and death of Emmett Till.
The ebullient cast of Constellation's "Once on This Island" flourishes despite production's underwhelming depth and design