Junk makes the world of banking genuinely interesting, but lacks any human connection
Arena's JQA is best left to the tourists and those who can never get enough educational theater
Luke Frazier toured the country to find the 31 finalists who will compete in this year's event
Kenneth Lin's Kleptocracy offers clever politics, but is let down by cheap imagery and a bland central performance
Arena Stage's Indecent marks the acclaimed director's return as an influential champion of LGBTQ theater
Arena's potent "Indecent" offers a canny reconstruction of a century-old controversy
Corbin Bleu impresses as a gold standard leading man in Molly Smith’s buoyant, boisterous production of the Cole Porter classic.
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
The songs are a bit lackluster, but the comedy absolutely slays in Arena's movie-to-musical adaptation, "Dave"
Capital Fringe moves its annual festival to the Waterfront while it completely overhauls its its building
Anything goes at the American Pops tribute to Cole Porter, featuring Liz Callaway and Betty Who
A funny, angry, stoic and unaccountably hopeful deep-dive into the lives of 1960s working class African Americans
Jeanna Sakata has written a timely play that fails to scratch beyond the surface of its tragedy
Robert Schenkkan's compelling exploration of Lyndon B. Johnson offers a lot of food for thought
By embracing three centuries of popular songs, Luke Frazier's American Pops Orchestra is taking orchestral music to new, diverse heights