Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm's P.Y.G. preaches almost as much as it entertains
Admissions lightly skewers white privilege, political correctness, and the race for diversity
Studio Theatre’s dark comedy Kings spins its own credible version of down-and-dirty politics.
Pondering the ghosts of Jewish family past and present in Studio's "If I Forget" and Theater J's "The Pianist of Willesden Lane"
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Two prominent theater companies host weekend open houses, attracting thousands to their neighborhoods
Maulik Pancholy discusses The Remains, the ongoing battle for LGBTQ rights, and his work with the Obama administration
Fascinating subject matter sustains a stiff rendition in Studio Theatre's "Translations"
Studio scores big with a sharp-as-nails, biting all-girl comedy set in the world of high school soccer
For over four decades, Joy Zinoman's classes have been training some of the city's finest thespians
A family struggles towards the light in Studio Theatre's compact but powerful drama "Curve of Departure."
Daniel Kitson's "A Short Series of Disagreements" is perhaps not short enough.
In Studio's dazzling, neon-lit production of "The Effect," two subjects fall in love while two doctors spar
Skeleton Crew hits home with Heartland struggle and copious laughs
Studio Theatre enters the world of LGBTQ ballroom culture with a thrilling, immersive production of Tarell Alvin McCraney's poetic masterpiece Wig Out!