A glimpse into drag ball culture, Wig Out! never stops serving glamour, fashion, sexiness, humor, and insight
The right actor for a brilliant play, Ted van Griethuysen leads a wonderful production of The Father
Capital Trans Pride allows D.C. trans folk to celebrate their identity in a safe space and a loving environment
Studio's Three Sisters is even more thrilling when paired with Aaron Posner's experimental companion, No Sisters
If President Trump dramatically cuts funding to the NEA, what impact would that have on the arts in America?
Mike Bartlett's King Charles III is one regal encounter you won't want to miss
Writer-director Morgan Gould cuts deep with this edgy, funny, foul-mouthed tale of friendship.
Studio's crack at The Hard Problem sparks rousing intellectual debate with lukewarm dramatic results
For the one-man show Fully Committed, Tom Story takes on over 30 characters. Few actors are better suited to the task.
Straight White Men is a timely, accessible examination of expectation and privilege
Staceyann Chin's quest to become a mother is recounted in her deeply personal, engaging one-woman show.
In Cloud 9, Caryl Churchill toys with gender, class, and time to spectacular effect
In Hand to God, Liam Forde brilliantly portrays not one, but two characters. One is a withdrawn teenager. The other, Tyrone, a demonic, foul-mouthed puppet.
A Drag Salute to the Divas, Ali Wong, Hedda Gabler, Ragtime and Hillwood Estates Divas Outdoors
Geoff Sobelle's one-man show at Studio Theatre is an immersive adventure in unpacking