The theater season in Washington, D.C. returns to robust pre-pandemic levels with an astounding array of dramas, comedies, and musicals.
“Old Stock is a music/theater hybrid, a concert klezmer/folk fusion,” says director Christian Barry. “It should feel a bit like the circus is coming to...
January LaVoy gives a tour-de-force performance in Theater J's production of Anna Deveare Smith's documentary play.
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Legendary drag a capella quartet The Kinsey Sicks revive one of their oldest and most popular shows, Oy Vey in a Manger.
Everything from a Native American cinema showcase to Deborah Cox with the National Philharmonic to Gladys Knight and Smokey Robinson at MGM National Harbor.
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.
Theater J's moving "The Wanderers" serves up shattering betrayal and redemption, with a sweet side of laughter
Set during the eve of WWII, "Sheltered" nails the ways history repeats itself
More a solo composer-performer spotlight than a compelling drama, "Love Sick" sings in only fits and starts
A harmonious pair produce a touching duet in Theater J's lovely production of "Talley's Folly"
The timely new drama touches on issues of sexual consent, gender politics, and racial tensions
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
"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