The richly entertaining "Queer for Fear" charts a fabulous voyage through the history of queerness in horror films
Rorschach's scrappy, feminist take on Stoker's classic horror novel “Dracula” suffers by sidelining the main attraction.
'My Policeman' makes the gay guy suffer in this tragic triangle of a cop, his wife, and his male lover.
Mosaic stages an outstanding production of 'The Till Trilogy,' Ifa Bayeza's powerful account of the life and death of Emmett Till.
'Black Adam' distills the superhero origin story down to the bare basics of WWE-style good guy vs. bad guy brawling.
Guy Branum has been adding his special sauce to some of the year's most talked-about comedies, from 'Hacks' to 'Bros.'
AMC's "Interview with the Vampire" bites lustily into the queer themes and macabre vibes of Anne Rice's epic vampire love story.
The ebullient cast of Constellation's "Once on This Island" flourishes despite production's underwhelming depth and design
Cate Blanchett makes thrilling music portraying a renowned conductor’s precipitous downfall in the arresting 'Tár.'
Naomi Rodgers struts tall in the touring production of "Tina," the strained but stirring musical bio of leggy legend Tina Turner.
Five Catholic conservatives clash over faith, morality, and politics in the compelling 'Heroes of the Fourth Turning' at Studio Theatre.
A surreal comedy about "solving" America's race problem, "Ain't No Mo'" roars out of the gate, but flags toward the finish.
An excursion to Maryland's Adventure Park offers fun, challenge, a great workout, and the thrill of conquering courses.
Natasha Gordon's uneven play 'Nine Night,' now at Round House, works best in the quiet of Lilian Oben's subtle lead turn.
District audiences enjoy a wealth of options for dance, including Mark Morris, American Ballet Theatre, and Alvin Ailey.