An outstanding ensemble keeps "Ink" flowing, despite the production's more cumbersome touches.
The late August Wilson's "Radio Golf" closed out his celebrated Century Cycle with a stark, urgent drama set in 1997.
'Jennifer Who Is Leaving' is a refreshing reminder that not all great theater has to break transgressive ground or shock.
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.
It's hard to imagine a better version of "The Tempest" than this production that positively vibrates with talent.
Aaron Posner and magician Teller shift 'The Tempest's' action from Prospero's island to "a traveling tent show of trickery and amazement."
The theater season in Washington, D.C. returns to robust pre-pandemic levels with an astounding array of dramas, comedies, and musicals.
Natasha Gordon's uneven play 'Nine Night,' now at Round House, works best in the quiet of Lilian Oben's subtle lead turn.
Round House closes out an adventurous season with the hilarious "Nollywood Dreams," a love letter to Nigeria and its culture.
Girlfriends unite for a restoring, queer-positive road trip in Round House's moving "it's not a trip it's a journey."
Two decades ago, a group of Chechen insurgents, seeking vengeance after Putin had brutally crushed a rebellion in the territory of Chechnya, decided to hijack...
A new look for Kramers, a dance celebrating George Takei, dueling Irish banjos, streaming film festivals, and more.
"The Great Leap" scores points for droll comedy but ultimately drops the ball.
The wistful, whimsical "Quixote Nuevo" casts a winning spell with a reimagined tale of Cervantes' dreamer hero
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.