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Theater J's moving "The Wanderers" serves up shattering betrayal and redemption, with a sweet side of laughter
Anne Washburn's "Shipwreck" goes after self-involved liberals, which is like shooting fish in a barrel
The Keegan Theatre production has provoked heartfelt discussions about gender and identity
Short founded his own dance company to share a world of history and hard-won wisdom with his dancers and students
Inspired by a true story, "Boy" takes a serious look at a singular struggle for self-acceptance
Duncan Sheik's Tony-winning "Spring Awakening" finds relevance in the burgeoning sexuality of teenagers
Signature Theatre shoots and scores with the World Premiere of "Gun & Powder," an enthralling period musical
An obsessed widow clings to her dead husband's memory, and a handsome transplant recipient, in "Exquisite Agony"
The fast-paced, musical horror spoof is based on the '80s cult classic B-movie
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