The cast of Mosaic's "One in Two" nail the charm and extraordinary challenge of Donja R. Love's HIV-themed dramedy.
There is no shortage of romance, intrigue, and excitement in the wealth of dance performances around the DMV this season.
The 2023 Atlas Intersections Festival continues through the end of March. Here are our picks of remaining highlights
The 2023 Atlas Intersections Festival offers 35 shows and lasts more than a month. Here are 9 highlights from now to mid-March.
Mosaic stages an outstanding production of 'The Till Trilogy,' Ifa Bayeza's powerful account of the life and death of Emmett Till.
Comedy, Readings, Spoken Word, Multimedia, Magic, Tastings, Tours, Drag Queens, Etc.
District audiences enjoy a wealth of options for dance, including Mark Morris, American Ballet Theatre, and Alvin Ailey.
The Liz Roche Company's world premiere of 'Yes and Yes' uses the James Joyce classic Ulysses as its framework.
Queer playwright Benjamin Benne puts God in the details of "In His Hands," his provocative new gay, interfaith romance.
We are giving away a tickets to the July 8, 13, or 14 performance of Mosaic Theater's new show, "In His Hands."
Mosaic's richly visual, compellingly acted drama "Marys Seacole" feels disjointed in execution.
Warmly witty and chillingly tense, Mosaic's world premiere of "Private" astutely imagines an all-too-possible future.
In the not-too-distant future, a young married couple tries to hold their fledgling marriage together as their secrets are slowly exposed to the world —...
Psalmayene 24 conjures theater magic with the well-told memoir Dear Mapel at Mosaic.
Washington Ballet's Swan Lake, MGM National Harbor's Year of the Tiger, GALA's House on the Lagoon, more.