Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm's P.Y.G. preaches almost as much as it entertains
D'Affuso: "I'm totally letting go and am having an absolute blast"
The three-act play is crafted from hundreds of interviews with friends, family, and neighbors of Shepard
Tense new productions of Native Son and columbinus explore toxic male rage, with varying degrees of success
Arena's JQA is best left to the tourists and those who can never get enough educational theater
Ford's production hits all the right notes, from dazzling design and soaring voices to a heartwarming cow
Details and meaning get muddled in the post-catastrophe thinkpiece "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible"
Monumental's "Daddy Long Legs" offers a refreshing taste of the modern in its old-fashioned fairy tale
Third Rail stages an immersive work at the Folger that is as eye-opening as it is delicious
Joe Calarco's newest play is a time-bending dramedy that also happens to be gay.
Ella Hickson's "Oil" simmers and simmers without ever reaching a proper boiling point
GALA Hispanic Theatre presents the world premiere of a play it commissioned from Irma Correa, one of Spain’s rising young playwrights, who takes on the...
Husbands and hustlers explore sex, love, and violence in the saucy but unsatisfying Reykjavík.
Shakespeare Theatre’s Richard the Third is fantastically devious and delightfully fun.
Alison Luff delivers a star turn in Folger Theatre's "Nell Gwynn," but the gender politics feel stuck in the 1600s