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Michael Innocenti's blazing performance as Leo Frank leads Keegan's exquisite Parade.
Studio's Three Sisters is even more thrilling when paired with Aaron Posner's experimental companion, No Sisters
Bill Condon’s dark and fantastical Beast update dances but doesn’t fully delight
With Intelligence, D.C. gets a wonky play it's uniquely qualified to enjoy
WSC Avant Bard presents an alternately stirring and stifled gospel sermon
In Terence Blanchard's stylized, jazz-infused Champion, a boxer struggles to come to grips with his sexuality with operatically devastating results.
Screen legends Crawford and Davis find the boys, the booze and Baby Jane in Ryan Murphy's delectable Feud: Bette & Joan
Woolly Mammoth's atmospheric production of Clare Barron's stark examination of faith yields less than blessed results
Round House's bittersweet "Caroline, Or Change" is beautifully sung and acted
Writer-director Morgan Gould cuts deep with this edgy, funny, foul-mouthed tale of friendship.
The Keegan's world-premiere "Mack, Beth" struts and frets, missing the mark
Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies' is a deft examination of two young black teens from vastly different circumstances
Dear President Trump, Welcome to Washington, D.C.! Not too long ago I also made the move from New York and it’s a transition that takes...
Studio's crack at The Hard Problem sparks rousing intellectual debate with lukewarm dramatic results
Mosaic's Charm is a stirring reminder to respect the person irrespective of her, his or their gender