- The Magazine
Jeanna Sakata has written a timely play that fails to scratch beyond the surface of its tragedy
Heather Raffo's "Noura" has a wealth of ideas, but suffers from too much telling and not enough showing
The African-American women in Black Panther, finally, at long last, utterly obliterate the Hollywood construct.
Familiar brings a unique voice and genuine humor to a relatable issue
Robert Schenkkan's compelling exploration of Lyndon B. Johnson offers a lot of food for thought
Michael Urie commands the stage in Michael Kahn's deeply elegant, daring production of "Hamlet"
Theresa Rebeck's "The Way of the World" has a few moments of brilliance, but not enough to redeem it
Stephen Karam's "The Humans" is a gritty, affecting night to remember.
Shakespeare Theatre's Twelfth Night is a "true original"
Washington National Opera's "Alcina" showcases baroque music with a contemporary soul.
Act of God is fun, irreverent, and pleasingly boundary-pushing
"Peter Pan" is a grand adventure that's perfect for kids
Shirine Babb rules all in "Antony and Cleopatra"
Arhur Miller's "The Price" is the stuff of playwriting dreams
Shakespeare Theatre's "The Lover" and "The Collection" offer Pinter at his best