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Gero currently stars in Folger's '1 Henry IV'
Round House's well-acted production of "The African Mean Girls Play" makes slight comedy of social satire
These Cats are more ingratiating and eager to entertain than any real cat you’ve ever met.
Heidi Schreck offers two hours of high-octane -- if overegged -- insight into her life-long love of the Constitution.
More a solo composer-performer spotlight than a compelling drama, "Love Sick" sings in only fits and starts
Jackie Sibblies Drury's "Fairview" offers a powerful, original, and unsettling study of race relations
Edward Gero puts Falstaff center stage in Folger’s 1 Henry IV
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week
Now is the right time to see a local stage production, thanks to theatreWashington's annual Theatre Week offerings
The creator of Dixie Longate talks about the character's origins ahead of his fundraiser for D.C.'s Different Drummers.
Blessed with a thrilling cast, Olney's fresh, powerhouse staging of "Cabaret" feels more relevant than ever
Signature Theatre sets a scintillating stage for Sondheim's rogues' gallery of "Assassins"
Felicia Curry leads a crack comic cast in Mosaic Theatre's cutting fable Fabulation
A "hauntingly beautiful" Ford's Theatre is the backdrop to Sondheim's timely tale
Alan Sharpe's LGBTQ+ plays add diversity to an already diverse lineup at Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage Festival