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The concert is "a celebration of musical theater and live music and the return to live theater"
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.
Signature's handsomely-mounted "Detroit '67" doesn't transcend the limitations of its awkward virtual presentation
Sam Bolen and Christian Douglas make beautiful music together in Signature's bittersweet, pre-Stonewall romance.
Signature Theatre's first production in 2021 is an imaginatively filmed, Sondheim-driven stage revue
The latest episode of Signature's digital series features an interview with the legendary Chita Rivera
From Bowie birthday bashes to performances at Wolf Trap, here are our picks for the week.
In this week's issue, we talk to Sarah McBride and Brian Sims about the 2020 election and its historic wins.
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.
Signature's "Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes" miscalculates its mix of sitcom cutesiness and serious family drama.
Signature Theatre shoots and scores with the World Premiere of "Gun & Powder," an enthralling period musical
Everything is beautiful at Signature's high-kicking production of "A Chorus Line"
In "Escaped Alone," Caryl Churchill throws into question our sense of safety and civility in a rather unique manner
Signature Theatre sets a scintillating stage for Sondheim's rogues' gallery of "Assassins"