"Vice" delivers a scintillating satirical bio of the most influential second banana in White House history
Director Barry Jenkins deftly mingles romance with racial tension in the superb "If Beale Street Could Talk."
The king of Wakanda is in good company among a year’s worth of memorable heroes and villains
Anat Gov's "Oh, God" ultimately wastes a promising premise by sticking solely to the Old Testament
"Luther Re-Lives Holiday Concert" comes to the Birchmere on December 23, 2018
A buff leading man, surface charm, and spectacular visuals can't save James Wan's "Aquaman" from drowning
Studio Theatre’s dark comedy Kings spins its own credible version of down-and-dirty politics.
Cocktails, Capital One, and dinner conversation with Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka at Rake’s Progress.
A harmonious pair produce a touching duet in Theater J's lovely production of "Talley's Folly"
A vibrant cast and production yield a smirking good time in Everyman's "The Importance of Being Earnest"
Lush but lacking, "Mary Queen of Scots" is the lesser of two current films set in the courts of controversial queens
"Ben Is Back" is a blatantly Hollywood-movie version of an addiction story, but it's still pretty good
Arena's potent "Indecent" offers a canny reconstruction of a century-old controversy
Mama Ru leaves a new present under the tree with the light-hearted "Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular"
A two-person cast works tirelessly but the story feels slight in "How to Keep an Alien"