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Round House's "Spring Awakening" is a fantastic-looking show that's often overwhelmed by many moving parts
With "Peter Pan and Wendy," Alan Paul helps to reshape a treasured classic and reimagines it for a new generation
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Blessed with a thrilling cast, Olney's fresh, powerhouse staging of "Cabaret" feels more relevant than ever
Camelot tells the story of the ill-fated love triangle between King Arthur, his queen, Guenevere, and his first knight, Lancelot
Camelot is an intriguing, well-acted philosophical drama inflamed by lust and betrayal. (Pity about those songs, though.)
Pajama Game brings serious steam to an exuberant Golden Age musical, while Top Girls is powered by a potent, all-female cast.
For the one-man show Fully Committed, Tom Story takes on over 30 characters. Few actors are better suited to the task.
Kiss Me, Kate's Douglas Sills is a gay leading man who relishes playing things straight
“It has all the elements of a great night at Shakespeare mashed into one,” Alan Paul says of The Winter’s Tale, whose hard-to-characterize plot incorporates...
''I've recently fallen in love with opera,'' says Alan Paul, conceding, ''I've been on an obsessive, opera-going mission over the last year.'' And he's not...
When tasked with directing Signature Theatre's I Am My Own Wife, Alan Paul literally threw out the script. ''I wanted to free myself completely from...