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The gay chat room thriller "Nevrland" underdelivers on its dark premise of strangers connecting online
A sleuthing male stripper takes it off for justice in Netflix's spicy Spanish soap opera "Toy Boy"
Perspectives on the coronavirus from an expert virologist and a health journalist
Signature's "Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes" miscalculates its mix of sitcom cutesiness and serious family drama.
Symphony, recital and opera performances coming to D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Ballet, Cultural, Modern and Urban dance performances in DC, Maryland and Virginia: March to August 2020
Built around a pair of potent performances, This Bitter Earth explores an interracial gay couple's love and conflict
4615 Theatre Company's ambitious, immersive production tells the harrowing story of America post-2020
AvantBard offers a lushly entertaining double-bill of Tennessee Williams' tart and tempestuous ladies
Theater J's moving "The Wanderers" serves up shattering betrayal and redemption, with a sweet side of laughter
The Keegan Theatre production has provoked heartfelt discussions about gender and identity
Leigh Whannell's "The Invisible Man" stretches out a decent horror premise until it's as thin as air
Onward leaps through plot holes aplenty to land at its still-heartwarming conclusion
Short founded his own dance company to share a world of history and hard-won wisdom with his dancers and students
Two male dancers competing for a role can't keep their hands off each other in Levan Akin's "And Then We Danced"