Playwright Bob Bartlett reimagines the queer classic Edward II as a modern scandal of sex, lies, and video
Mosaic's Theory slices through P.C. culture and progressive piety, but could use a sharper blade
Christian Montgomery and a bloodthirsty plant lead a stunning ensemble in Constellation's delightful "Little Shop of Horrors"
The 49-year-old actor is an outspoken champion for inclusivity and equality
Drag Race's Plastique, Yvie Oddly, Aquaria, Monet X Change, Detox, and more come to The Anthem on Oct. 27
"What to Send Up" lays down a full-bodied theatrical experience aimed at uniting audiences in healing
Exploring a world of fantasy, and grief, in the heartfelt queer-themed dramedy "She Kills Monsters"
"Everybody" puts amusing, compelling thought at the mercy of randomized casting
How Jaysen Wright sharpened up his fight game to portray a boxing champ in Olney and 1st Stage's new play
A bittersweet comic riff on a familiar set of friends, Dog Sees God unfolds a colorful tapestry of teenage crises
Creative Cauldron serves up a lackluster production of a grown-up fairy-tale spoof
Craig Wallace and Erika Rose lead a top-notch ensemble through August Wilson's Award-winning masterpiece
In "Escaped Alone," Caryl Churchill throws into question our sense of safety and civility in a rather unique manner
Tony-winning director Walter Bobbie returns to a musical he first directed on Broadway
Dan Hoy brings a powerful voice and fancy footwork to the role of Munkustrap in the touring production