A determined trans woman fights for her right to mourn her lover in the riveting "A Fantastic Woman"
An epic, culturally resonant Chinese ballet aims to delight American audiences
"Jefferson's Garden" harvests humor and pathos with its spirited exploration of Revolutionary War history
Signature Theatre's "4,380 Nights" stumbles over lengthy monologues, while Keegan Theatre's "Unnecessary Farce" is just far too much
Studio scores big with a sharp-as-nails, biting all-girl comedy set in the world of high school soccer
Tragicomic odyssey "Everything is Illuminated" roams between laughs and lessons.
Constellation serves up a meaty production of "The Skin of Our Teeth"
Comfort and confidence rule the day, and earn the title, at Mr. MAL 2018
On Your Feet captures the energy and emotional resonance that has come to define the Estefans' music
Satin, lace, and tension fill Paul Thomas Anderson's latest auteur-driven drama Phantom Thread
Prades leads the Tony-nominated musical about the life and music of Gloria Estefan
Heading into awards season, these five films could vie for a piece of Oscar gold.
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.