- The Magazine
M. Butterfly soars on its lead's performance, while Lela & Co. offers a harrowing wartime tale
It's torture being married to an artist in Darren Aronofsky's wacky psychological horror spectacle "Mother!"
GALA Hispanic Theatre's Don Juan Tenorio seduces, but doesn't fully satisfy
Skeleton Crew hits home with Heartland struggle and copious laughs
"It" unearths the monsters -- real and imagined -- that prey on a small town's innocence
Miche Braden brings blues singer Bessie Smith to magnificent, powerful life in Mosaic's The Devil's Music.
Bounce music diva performs at D.C.'s all-day, LGBTQ-focused music and arts festival
Love is in the air in Signature's graceful, elegant production of Sondheim's A Little Night Music.
The Wizard of Hip feels dated, but the exuberant Thomas W. Jones II and his reliable Lady Doo-Wops put on a good show
Othello's Faran Tahir promises a fresh take on Shakespeare's timely drama of jealousy, bigotry, and violence
Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson riff and rumble in a nimble, old-school action-comedy.
Held together by a touching story and a charming lead, Keegan's Big Fish stays afloat -- but just barely.
Queen + Adam Lambert adds up to an electrifying night at the Verizon Center
Gorgeous to behold, and as old-fashioned as they come, The King and I dances into the Kennedy Center
The documentary Check It is a "a unique, charismatic, cinematic" slice of D.C.'s African-American LGBTQ youth