- The Magazine
Gregg Barnes pulled out all the colorful, glittery, glamorous stops when creating the 337 costumes for Disney's "Aladdin"
The actors shine but the text perplexes in Ally Theatre's underwhelming drama
The phenomenal Ben Levi Ross leads a smoothly polished touring company of "Dear Evan Hansen"
"Legally Blonde" is a musical more concerned than most with what might be judged by appearances
A lively spectacle with more high adventure than heart, Aladdin is big, occasionally bland, but never boring
A sparkling ensemble and score cast a sublimely wistful spell in "The Band's Visit," now at the Kennedy Center
The teen-driven, original summer musical is a vibrant, contemporary riff on Lewis Carroll's classic
The popular festival returns with nearly 90 shows, from the thought-provoking to the absurd
The comedian and actor brings to life a tale of same-sex marriage and fears of heteronormativity at Studio Theatre
Monumental's production of the Broadway show is female-empowered and adult-friendly
Style submerges substance in Signature’s hit-or-miss high-seas adventure Blackbeard
Though well-acted, Evan Linder's "Byhalia, Mississippi" starts with a ton of promise, but stumbles on the landing
Kelvin Roston, Jr. brings the late Donny Hathaway to life in a powerful exploration of what drove the singer to his death
Alexander Strain shines in the brilliantly interactive solo play "Every Brilliant Thing"
The How to Get Away with Murder star shines in the masterfully-written drama at the Kennedy Center