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Andrew Hobgood's comedy is set in the closeted, claustrophobic mid-1950s
Based on the real-life social experiment of a chimp raised as if she was a human child
Mosaic's take on a landmark play produces moments of brilliance amid stretches of colorless dramatics
The latest work by Irish playwright Conor McPherson
It takes ingenuity to design a set in a small space for a very big concert
Comedy, Readings, Lectures, Spoken Word, Multimedia, Magic, Tastings, Tours, Drag Queens, Etc.
The Atlas Intersections Festival fosters performing art designed to stimulate the mind
Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies' is a deft examination of two young black teens from vastly different circumstances
Mosaic's Charm is a stirring reminder to respect the person irrespective of her, his or their gender
The genderfluid star of Mosaic Theater Company's "Charm" takes on a powerful role she was born to play.
Mosaic Theater's compelling "Milk Like Sugar" examines youthful discontent in a novel, genuine way
Congressional Chorus's spring cabaret is a showy spectacle
The AIDS epidemic was the catalyst for a "hopeful" dance piece by Daniel Phoenix Singh
Artistic Director has helmed the ballet for 17 years
The Washington Ballet stages a Cuban-based, cross-genre collaboration with The InSeries