Tense new productions of Native Son and columbinus explore toxic male rage, with varying degrees of success
Anat Gov's "Oh, God" ultimately wastes a promising premise by sticking solely to the Old Testament
"Vagrant Trilogy" runs to July 1 at Mosaic Theater
Drag pageantry and performance take a backseat to affecting drama in Mosaic’s Paper Dolls.
In "Draw the Circle," playwright Mashuq Deen mines universal truths from his intensely personal story.
John de Lancie goes for the brutal win in Vicuña.
Playwright Jon Robin Baitz is using his skills to fight Trump the only way he can -- with deep, biting, close to the bone satire.
Miche Braden brings blues singer Bessie Smith to magnificent, powerful life in Mosaic's The Devil's Music.
Mosaic presents the 2017 Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival
Mosaic's take on a landmark play produces moments of brilliance amid stretches of colorless dramatics
Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies' is a deft examination of two young black teens from vastly different circumstances
Irreverent play follows a book-smart prep-schooler and a street-savvy drop-out from inner-city Baltimore
Dear President Trump, In 1985 I wrote a college paper on the theater of politics by examining the 1980 televised presidential debate between Ronald Reagan...
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.