Theater J's 'Gloria: A Life' merely reenacts events in the life of feminist icon Gloria Steinem rather than dramatizing them.
"Redemptive, rousing, and real," the Alanis Morissette musical 'Jagged Little Pill' runs at The National through next weekend.
Kennedy Kanagawa masterfully brings Milky White to exuberant and poignant life in the Broadway touring production of "Into the Woods."
Synetic Theater's "Beauty and the Beast" is a wondrously entertaining fairy tale brought to extraordinary life.
Everyone gets a slice of cake at the end of Wisconsin Poet Laureat Dasha Kelly Hamilton's entrancing 'Making Cake.'
Olney presents a timely work by Madhuri Shekar, one of today's fastest-rising and most prolific American playwrights.
'King Lear' has been extended a third time, now through April 16, while a 'mock trial' is set for Monday, March 13.
El Chelito directs a warm and beloved LGBTQ-themed fairy tale for all ages at GALA Hispanic Theatre.
Signature presents a riveting D.C. premiere production of Sylvia Khoury's taut, suspenseful drama 'Selling Kabul.'
Topher Payne's play, currently at the St. Mark's Players, blends the madcap style of classic sitcoms with provocative drama.
Constellation's 'Incognito' sketches an intriguing historical puzzle, but strains to fit the pieces into a cohesive whole.
The fierce performances are nearly drowned out by theatrical noise in Woolly's 'seven methods of killing kylie jenner.'
Preparing for liftoff to greater heights, hometown theater hero Solomon Parker kicks up his heels as Lola in Olney's 'Kinky Boots.'
J. Harrison Ghee taps into their own truth to redefine a classic, with a dazzling turn on Broadway in 'Some Like It Hot.'
The drag star, who plays the role of Matron "Mama" Morton, has been attracting crowds of enthusiastic fans to the long-running show.