Skeleton Crew hits home with Heartland struggle and copious laughs
"It" unearths the monsters -- real and imagined -- that prey on a small town's innocence
Miche Braden brings blues singer Bessie Smith to magnificent, powerful life in Mosaic's The Devil's Music.
Bounce music diva performs at D.C.'s all-day, LGBTQ-focused music and arts festival
Love is in the air in Signature's graceful, elegant production of Sondheim's A Little Night Music.
The Wizard of Hip feels dated, but the exuberant Thomas W. Jones II and his reliable Lady Doo-Wops put on a good show
Othello's Faran Tahir promises a fresh take on Shakespeare's timely drama of jealousy, bigotry, and violence
Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson riff and rumble in a nimble, old-school action-comedy.
Held together by a touching story and a charming lead, Keegan's Big Fish stays afloat -- but just barely.
Queen + Adam Lambert adds up to an electrifying night at the Verizon Center
Gorgeous to behold, and as old-fashioned as they come, The King and I dances into the Kennedy Center
The documentary Check It is a "a unique, charismatic, cinematic" slice of D.C.'s African-American LGBTQ youth
Charlize Theron kicks butt and takes names in an action-packed fever dream of Cold War pulp fiction
A glimpse into drag ball culture, Wig Out! never stops serving glamour, fashion, sexiness, humor, and insight
Roundabout's Cabaret sizzles with sexuality, though it lacks a truly galvanizing Emcee or Sally Bowles