A winning cast turns theoretical drama into satisfying comedy in Everyman’s The Revolutionists.
From gods to monsters to a family of cannibals, our critic recounts the ten best films of 2017
An American in Paris stumbles on the stairway to paradise.
"Call Me By Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino, screenwriter James Ivory, and costar Michael Stuhlbarg on making the ultimate gay romance.
In "Draw the Circle," playwright Mashuq Deen mines universal truths from his intensely personal story.
Dee Ree's Mudbound weaves an epic tale of two families in rural Mississippi
A family struggles towards the light in Studio Theatre's compact but powerful drama "Curve of Departure."
Sibling rivalry and gay sexual liberation fuel an iconic artist's fire in "Tom of Finland"
Heath Saunders offers "a slightly bro-y Loki" as Feste the fool in Twelfth Night
A sweet, embraceable twosome lifts Signature’s beautifully sung and danced Crazy for You
Lady Gaga rocks the house, and even picks up an American Music Award, on the D.C. stop of her Joanne World Tour.
Playwright Jon Robin Baitz is using his skills to fight Trump the only way he can -- with deep, biting, close to the bone satire.
Pajama Game brings serious steam to an exuberant Golden Age musical, while Top Girls is powered by a potent, all-female cast.
Daniel Kitson's "A Short Series of Disagreements" is perhaps not short enough.
The mighty Avenger gets some of the old band back together for a rockin' good time in "Thor: Ragnarok."