Showcasing the monk's 17-year journey, the show represents an extraordinary achievement in multitasking
In 1995, Metro Weekly photographed Carol Channing for its cover. To honor the legend's passing, our interview appears online for the first time.
The new touring production features a breathtaking helicopter set-piece during the fall of Saigon
From dazzling musicals to gripping dramas, here are the best D.C.-area productions of 2018, as chosen by our critics
The Kennedy Center's zany slapstick comedy has earned Olivier and Tony Awards
Anat Gov's "Oh, God" ultimately wastes a promising premise by sticking solely to the Old Testament
David Ives' "The Panties, The Partner and The Profit" offers bold idea, but a dearth of laughs
Studio Theatre’s dark comedy Kings spins its own credible version of down-and-dirty politics.
The legendary director and national purveyor of pop trash culture puts his unique spin on the season
A harmonious pair produce a touching duet in Theater J's lovely production of "Talley's Folly"
A vibrant cast and production yield a smirking good time in Everyman's "The Importance of Being Earnest"
Catherine Flye's Christmas confection, now at MetroStage, pays tribute to the British music halls of yore
Arena's potent "Indecent" offers a canny reconstruction of a century-old controversy
A two-person cast works tirelessly but the story feels slight in "How to Keep an Alien"
Shakespeare Theatre's "An Inspector Calls" is visually stunning, but loses details in its to-the-rafters delivery