"Roz and Ray" delivers a well-acted capsule of struggle at the dawn of the AIDS crisis
It's hard not to love Naomi Jacobson as everyone's favorite cherubic sex therapist in Becoming Dr. Ruth
Tragicomic odyssey "Everything is Illuminated" roams between laughs and lessons.
Theater J teamed up with historians from the U.S. Holocaust Museum
The election of Donald Trump has made the dragapella group The Kinsey Sicks more relevant -- and necessary -- than ever
The musical Come From Away tells the story of a Canadian town that opened its doors to thousands of stranded visitors
Every few years, José Carrasquillo revisits D.C. to remind us why our theater scene is, in fact, magical
The gay-centric "Sons of the Prophet" is a delightful dramedy.
Charles Busch's edgy satire is a showcase for two local actresses
Playwright Charles Busch steps into the cabaret spotlight
Theater J stages Tony Kushner's extraordinary, intelligent epic
Two decades after his magnum opus "Angels in America," Tony Kushner continues to expound on gay topics
Yentl seems a fruitless pursuit while Belleville takes too long to get going
Theater J opens its new season with a familiar transgender story. Originally staged on Broadway in 1975, Yentl is based on Isaac Bashevis Singer’s short...
''Sophie, are you okay?'' Phillip asks at the end of The Argument. Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros's 90-minute drama is about an unexpected pregnancy and a woman's right...