An interracial, inter-faith couple seeks common ground in Theater J's heated two-hander, "One Jewish Boy."
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.
Theater J's 'Gloria: A Life' merely reenacts events in the life of feminist icon Gloria Steinem rather than dramatizing them.
Theater J's finely-stitched "Intimate Apparel" fashions a touching drama from silk, sex, ambition, and forbidden romance
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"