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The true phenomenon in Aaron Posner's gloriously irreverent "Midsummer Night's Dream" is Holly Twyford's Bottom
"Sweat" bears witness to the new-normals of our faceless global economy
The Shakespeare mounts an evening of giggles and frolics that serves as a reminder that a clever wit is always timeless.
Winter got you chilled? Cozy up in front of the TV with these offbeat selections.
Thrifty but creative vintage gift giving
Woolly Mammoth offers another round of boisterous fun and unpredictability
Shakespeare Theatre's Kiss Me, Kate is two hours of song, dance and unstoppable fun
EXUDING NOTHING BUT GOOD VIBES, humor and charm, Akeelah and the Bee, () an urban tale of a little girl who earns her way to...
Pericles is something of a rough sea
Thanksgiving needn't go up in flames if you use common sense and our 8 handy tips
Winners and Losers is like being trapped in the boring room at the party
Dealing with flu season is easy if you follow our handy guide
We’ve come a long way since the days of Erma Bombeck’s candidly comic newspaper column on the trials and tribulations of motherhood. Down-in-the-trenches mothering blogs...
The Shakespeare Theatre Company's Salomé is a challenge on several fronts, but it's one you consider accepting
Synetic's "Alice In Wonderland" is an enthralling, sophisticated experience for adults and kids alike