Vixen tried -- and failed -- to screw over the competition in a hilarious acting challenge
Director Kent Gash and company put a dazzling stamp on a vibrant classic of modern musical theater
A darkly humorous, timely exploration of wartime morality
The Folger Library honors the bard's birthday with a day of celebratory fun
Annie Baker's play revels in the nostalgia of a mid-Atlantic B&B
For Theater J's Adam Immerwahr, the questions raised by Roz and Ray are precisely the point
Annual concert, held in conjunction with Capital Pride Festival, draws about 425,000 spectators
Choose 10 songs from our list of 100 songs in our special poll.
Dusty Ray Bottoms is glad she left RuPaul's Drag Race "with a bang"
Tyler Henry has turned psychic readings -- heralded by some, derided by others -- into a hit TV show
One of the circuit's best house music DJs, Tom Stephan almost pursued a career in film. Then music called.
"Roz and Ray" delivers a well-acted capsule of struggle at the dawn of the AIDS crisis
A funny, angry, stoic and unaccountably hopeful deep-dive into the lives of 1960s working class African Americans
The hunky classical crossover group offers both ear and eye candy
The comedy drama features the couple taking in an unknown 10-year-old grandson