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Madeline Sayet skillfully addresses language, heritage, and what it means to be a being in constant flight
Round House Theatre presents a cathartic, punk-informed, one-woman musical show with "We're Gonna Die"
Songwriter and soothsayer Heather Christian's Animal Wisdom leads viewers on a musical trip into the spectral past
Song portrays members of a Korean-American family, fairy tale heroes, and the infamous Medea
The Juxtapose Tenement and A Rose for Ergensburg are both available to stream now
Ten playwrights, including several LGBTQ writers, show how love can heal during isolation and unrest
A timely stream of the one-act play about events surrounding Lincoln's assassination
William DeMeritt tapped into the brain of one of the world's leading virologists in order to play "The Catastrophist"
Ford's maintains a Christmas tradition, the Kennedy Center gets digital, and GALA keeps dancing.
A cherished family dish reconnects a father and son over Zoom in Woolly Mammoth's virtual drama, "This is Who I Am."
Watch a historymaking male pas de deux or support Democrats with a music festival in our editor-selected picks
Broadway League has urged theatergoers to get refunds or exchanges for shows through May 30
Indulging in our "candy crush" on Peppermint, Netflix's Social Distance and revisiting 2003 in pictures.
From a same-sex 'Romeo and Juliet' to Tom Goss' 'Nerdy Bear,' here's our handpicked recommendations for your week
Whether it’s her new Netflix special or writing for SNL, Sam Jay is building a comedy career that is as bold as it is masterful.