Shakespeare gets his invite to the cookout in "Fat Ham," a saucy gay, Black riff on the Bard's melancholy Dane.
The cast of Studio’s World Premiere 'Good Bones' keeps tensions simmering in a clash between bougie and blue collar.
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.
Charlotte Clymer and Dixon Osburn are the featured guests in Washington Improv Theatre's extraordinary and exciting series.
Studio's "People, Places & Things" makes trenchant art by casting a humorous light on the darkest dimensions of drug addiction.
Five Catholic conservatives clash over faith, morality, and politics in the compelling 'Heroes of the Fourth Turning' at Studio Theatre.
The theater season in Washington, D.C. returns to robust pre-pandemic levels with an astounding array of dramas, comedies, and musicals.
Liam Forde swings through tunes from his deeply personal album "Great to Be Here" in a solo cabaret at Monumental Theatre.
Studio's "The Hot Wing King" piles more hot topics on its menu than an entire season of "Good Times."
Sex-ed and spilled secrets spiral into scandal in Studio's powerful world premiere production of "John Proctor Is the Villain."
Studio Theatre presents a bold, if uneven, production of Suzan-Lori Parks' taboo-shaking drama "White Noise"
Hulu's broadcast of The Golden Palace is one of several of our Hot Picks of the Week.
An immersive hybrid of theater and art installation, Flight might be the best show you ever see inside a private booth.
Enjoy a Carole King musical, become a honey connoisseur, imbibe at D.C.'s oldest distillery, and more!
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.