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A vibrant Holly Twyford and compelling subject matter help to enliven the mildly pleasing "Silent Sky"
In "Escaped Alone," Caryl Churchill throws into question our sense of safety and civility in a rather unique manner
The Helen Hayes Awards co-hosts set the stage for D.C. theater's biggest night
Details and meaning get muddled in the post-catastrophe thinkpiece "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible"
It's hard not to love Naomi Jacobson as everyone's favorite cherubic sex therapist in Becoming Dr. Ruth
Love is in the air in Signature's graceful, elegant production of Sondheim's A Little Night Music.
Round House revs up an intermittently jolly farce that runs smoothest when it races
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf is another showcase for Holly Twyford's amazing talent
The true phenomenon in Aaron Posner's gloriously irreverent "Midsummer Night's Dream" is Holly Twyford's Bottom
Holly Twyford has helped shape D.C.'s theater scene by taking on gender-bending roles, including Bottom in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Olney Theatre's Bad Dog is a very funny comedy about serious problems
If you've heard of British playwright Mike Bartlett, it's no doubt because of his provocative play Cock, which last season created a sensation off-Broadway –...
Right now there's a freestanding toilet in a remote section of the third-floor stage at Studio Theatre. There's also a lot of dirt on the...
''Happy trails.'' ''Be careful!'' Two ways to say goodbye to someone – one playful and lighthearted, the other cautionary and concerned. Those are also the...
Holly Twyford almost chokes up recalling the first decade of the AIDS epidemic, when fear and death ran rampant. ''I still have a kind of...