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Mozart was "a pretty interesting, different kind of guy," says the star of Folger's 'Amadeus.'
What's behind the massive Christmas tree dress for the GMCW Holiday Show
Better danced than sung, Olney's "Singin' in the Rain" brings the beloved film classic to life on stage
Factory 449 puts forth an impassioned, if occasionally overwrought, "Agnes of God"
Folger's "Amadeus" offers an entertaining flight of historical fancy in the fictitious battle of Salieri v. Mozart.
Everything is beautiful at Signature's high-kicking production of "A Chorus Line"
Rainbow Theatre Project's production of "Blue Camp" doesn't deliver the play's compelling premise
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