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Factory 449 puts forth an impassioned, if occasionally overwrought, "Agnes of God"
The Helen Hayes Awards spread the love around, recognizing the best of D.C. theater across dozens of shows
The Helen Hayes Awards co-hosts set the stage for D.C. theater's biggest night
Husbands and hustlers explore sex, love, and violence in the saucy but unsatisfying Reykjavík.
An Elvis impersonator is transformed into a drag diva in Round House's entertaining "Legend of Georgia McBride"
In Round House Theatre's "The Legend of Georgia McBride," Rick Hammerly plays "a fixer" in high heels and a wig
In Avant Bard's Emilie, a trailblazing scientist leaves her mark
Bea Arthur played the role of Lucy Brown in the 1954 off-Broadway production of The Threepenny Opera. “If Bea Arthur could do it, then I figured...
Rick Hammerly hisses at Erin Driscoll early in Act 2 of Signature Theatre’s The Threepenny Opera. Yes, the veteran local actor really and truly hisses...
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...
Can you imagine telling total strangers the details of your local sexual escapades? Actor Brent Stansell will do just that with his first solo show,...
It's summertime in D.C., which means humidity reminding us that we are a city built on swampland and the Metro bulging with tourists trying to...