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The Washington National Opera's Dead Man Walking is what modern opera should be
Mike Bartlett's King Charles III is one regal encounter you won't want to miss
Arena's Watch on the Rhine struggles to master Lillian Hellman's challenging structure
"As You Like It" is a charmingly energetic soul-pleaser paired with the Folger's special brand of intimacy
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf is another showcase for Holly Twyford's amazing talent
Roe dramatizes one of the most iconic cases of the Supreme Court
Visually and aurally enchanting, this is storytelling as magical dream. You've never seen Melville quite like this.
Folger's add interludes of music and song from the period to enhance this holiday treat
The Daughter of the Regiment offers much-needed respite from tumultuous times
Guillermo Calderon turns Syria from ubiquitous headline into something more urgent and human
"The Year of Magical Thinking" is wholly, engagingly real
AWOL Friday, Oct. 14 7 p.m. GALA’s Tivoli Theatre A beautifully shot Rust Belt love story, Deb Shoval’s AWOL delivers on a notoriously hard-to-keep promise:...
Dante's Inferno tells Dante's story told through dance, mime and extraordinary atmospherics
The Little Foxes is an evening's worth of fine, old-fashioned entertainment
The Shakespeare Theatre's "Romeo and Juliet" is more high school field trip than grown-up fare