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Chen style Tai Chi can deliver profound levels of fitness, dexterity and fortitude with little impact
"Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" is an evening of easy entertainment with reliable life lessons
Dueling protagonists nearly cancel each other out in Woolly's latest production
Interpreting the musical theater version of Man of La Mancha takes some finesse. Though most know it as the iconic tale of an elderly knight...
The Washington National Opera revives a much-improved Flying Dutchman
The Washington National Opera’s Carmelites resonates with dark, complex themes
Another in Synetic Theater’s Silent Shakespeare series, the dance-musical interpretation of Much Ado About Nothing is a clever, outside-the-box extravaganza. A pastiche of 1950s musical...
King Hedley II is a ruthlessly honest examination of the profound costs of prejudice
A contemplation on Macbeth, David Greig's Dunsinane offers reflection on modern global conflicts
An adaptation built for a new century with laughs that will last
Ken Ludwig's latest comic nod to Sherlock Holmes barks up the right tree
A nonconformist troupe brings to Woolly's stage an extraordinary spectacle of puppetry
WNO's "La Boheme" is saturated in uncompromising quality and creative detail
Synetic Theatre merges words and movement in their latest take on a classic
The Shoplifters gives a woman of a certain age the kind of riveting gravitas almost always written for men