"King Lear" may be small in budget, but it's big in vision and has a grimly authentic lead in Rick Foucheux
Mosaic presents the 2017 Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival
Foucheux will retire after starring as Shakespeare’s most troubled patriarch
An update of the aristocratic, ruthless French satire Le Misanthrope
In the Folger's production of Timon of Athens, Antoinette Robinson portrays a character generally portrayed by a man
Taylor Mac's Hir is an important treatment of gender identity, but it sometimes lacks nuance
British farce brings wall-to-wall wackiness and carefully choreographed hijinks
ACT celebrates with a special Black Pride Weekend event on Sunday.
Signature's high-spirited production of Jesus Christ Superstar gives glorious life to an enduring score
In Monumental Theatre's new comedy, five women form a bond with quiche
Ilona Dulaski creates a memorably feisty Maria Callas in "Master Class"
Shakespeare's Timon can't be easy to stage, and that's why the unstoppable folks at Folger took it on.
The right actor for a brilliant play, Ted van Griethuysen leads a wonderful production of The Father
A new musical starring Florence Lacey at Creative Cauldron tackles Alzheimer's
Nick Olcott directs Terrence McNally's love letter to opera