The cast of Mosaic's "One in Two" nail the charm and extraordinary challenge of Donja R. Love's HIV-themed dramedy.
There is an abundance of great shows and musicals presently filling D.C.'s stages as the second half of the season kicks into high gear.
The focal point of the festival is 'Max and Willy's Last Laugh,' a new musical in development by Jake Broder and Conor Duffy.
Mosaic stages an outstanding production of 'The Till Trilogy,' Ifa Bayeza's powerful account of the life and death of Emmett Till.
The theater season in Washington, D.C. returns to robust pre-pandemic levels with an astounding array of dramas, comedies, and musicals.
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.
Next week you can attend two special stage shows benefiting charities on the ground in today’s war-torn Ukraine. (More on those below.) But every day...
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.
A father and daughter can't see eye to eye in Mosaic's affecting production of Anna Ouyang Moench's "Birds of North America."
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.
Theater dynamo Psalmayene 24 is currently hosting an online salon series at Studio