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Octavia Spencer sharpens her knives and dagger-like stares for the delectably campy thriller "Ma"
The All Stars 4 winner comes to DC Black Pride on Friday, May 24
The actor comes to D.C. for Black Pride on Friday, May 24
Olivia Wilde's debut as director reinvigorates the high school comedy
The actor and Broadway star beat the tabloids at their own game when they tried to out him
GALA's Fame the Musical remembers the name of the game but makes scant magic
"Spunk" magnificently winds its way through three Zora Neale Hurston short stories
Scandal intrudes on William Shakespeare's peaceful retirement in Kenneth Branagh's bold biopic All Is True
The Helen Hayes Awards spread the love around, recognizing the best of D.C. theater across dozens of shows
The Helen Hayes Awards co-hosts set the stage for D.C. theater's biggest night
Hoffman adores her gay audience, and they can love her right back as she hosts GMCW's Spring Affair on May 11
Jeanne Paulsen and Naomi Jacobson enact a gripping tug-of-war between frenemies in Studio's vividly realized "The Children"
The Edlavitch DCJCC festival also continues LGBTQ representation in both film and music
The astute political documentary "Knock Down the House" gets somewhat sideswiped by the AOC juggernaut
Solid stagecraft and storytelling serve Constellation's inventive production of "The White Snake"