Starting with Hedwig, John Cameron Mitchell has built a career out of being unconventional. And he's not about to stop now.
A vivacious cast weaves a seductive spell in Signature's spirited "Ain't Misbehavin'"
Taraji P. Henson makes for a bright rom-com heroine in the otherwise clunky What Men Want
José Carrasquillo stages a moving tale of familial conflict in 1st Stage's "The Brothers Size"
The Alvin Ailey company graces a familiar stage with the D.C. premiere of Rennie Harris' "Lazarus"
Jake Gyllenhaal and an amusing ensemble cast get chased by killer art in the weird but flat "Velvet Buzzsaw"
The ensemble of Ford’s Twelve Angry Men attacks the courthouse drama with all the subtlety of a WWE cage match.
Admissions lightly skewers white privilege, political correctness, and the race for diversity
The Rainbow Theatre Project's Jeffrey finds love but loses its sense of purpose
Acclaimed artist Tania El Khoury brings a singular interactive performance to Woolly Mammoth
Tedd Patterson and Manny Ward pay tribute to Knuckles on Mid-Atlantic Leather's last night
M. Night Shyamalan mashes up two seemingly unrelated films into one nutty sequel with Glass.
Showcasing the monk's 17-year journey, the show represents an extraordinary achievement in multitasking
"Judy Garland: A Star Is Born" celebrates the legend's life and music
A realistic, albeit fictional, story of a 12-year old street kid who sues his parents for the affront of having him