Our picks of the best in arts and entertainment in D.C. this week!
Kander and Ebb's "The Scottsboro Boys" gives a dark slice of American history that old razzle-dazzle
With "Girlfriend," Todd Almond has taken an album from his youth and turned it into a magnificent show about young gay love
Matthew Sweet's Girlfriend taps fully into a '90s pop sensibility, while Vietgone deploys a '70s groove
Annie Baker's play revels in the nostalgia of a mid-Atlantic B&B
Only toe-tapping tunes and Bobby Smith's stellar performance keep Light Years from completely blowing offstage
Signature Theatre's "4,380 Nights" stumbles over lengthy monologues, while Keegan Theatre's "Unnecessary Farce" is just far too much
Freddie’s Beach Bar and Signature Theatre’s artistic director Eric Schaeffer have been selected as recipients of the 2017 James B. Hunter Human Rights Award, the...
A sweet, embraceable twosome lifts Signature’s beautifully sung and danced Crazy for You
Act of God is fun, irreverent, and pleasingly boundary-pushing
Love is in the air in Signature's graceful, elegant production of Sondheim's A Little Night Music.
Get ready for the Summer Hummer, as the local theater community heats up Signature's stage for a good cause.
Roz White also channels Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Alberta Hunter, and Abbey Lincoln in her new Signature cabaret
Signature's high-spirited production of Jesus Christ Superstar gives glorious life to an enduring score
A crime, weed, and showtune-laced trip to Coen Brothers country that's not as fun or far-out as it should be