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We celebrate the work of Todd Franson with a stunning array of 126 portraits from 1996 to 2020.
The theatre community reflects on the legacy of playwright Terrence McNally.
The Helen Hayes Awards spread the love around, recognizing the best of D.C. theater across dozens of shows
Michael Kahn's curtain call at The Shakespeare Theatre Company is the breathtaking, deeply satisfying "The Oresteia"
All's well that ends well for the departing artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company
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David Ives' "The Panties, The Partner and The Profit" offers bold idea, but a dearth of laughs
"The Comedy of Errors" is just the ticket to escape our troubling times
British director succeeds Kahn, who has helmed STC since 1986, for the 2019-2020 season
Michael Urie and Ryan Spahn talk candidly about their nine-year relationship and the challenges of being out in Hollywood
Hemingway fans will appreciate the faithfulness of The Select, but for everyone else it's a bit of a slog
If President Trump dramatically cuts funding to the NEA, what impact would that have on the arts in America?
Artistic Director helped raise Washington's profile as a theater powerhouse
For the one-man show Fully Committed, Tom Story takes on over 30 characters. Few actors are better suited to the task.
In Cloud 9, Caryl Churchill toys with gender, class, and time to spectacular effect