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
There's not much new under the Hollywood sun in the mildly amusing period comedy "All Save One"
Oscar Ceville embodies a Lucha Libre legend in Keegan’s unique staging of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.
Lynch calls it a "throwback to those specials in the late '50s, early '60s"
Corbin Bleu impresses as a gold standard leading man in Molly Smith’s buoyant, boisterous production of the Cole Porter classic.
Billy Elliot the Musical dances its way out of trouble
"As You Like It" charts a romantic, musical escape to Shakespeare's idyllic forest
Avant Bard's "Illyria" takes on "Twelfth Night" with a promising concept, but the cast doesn't pull it off
"Anastasia" is an overly cute adaptation of a Russian legend
"Beetlejuice the Musical" at National Theatre is gleefully dark and dazzlingly designed
Each show features a different mix of improv ensembles, from iMusical to the all-female-identifying group Hellcat
The timely new drama touches on issues of sexual consent, gender politics, and racial tensions
“King John” may not be one of Shakespeare's greats, but Folger Theatre makes it a must-see
It's showtime for the team behind National Theatre's "Beetlejuice the Musical"