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The wistful, whimsical "Quixote Nuevo" casts a winning spell with a reimagined tale of Cervantes' dreamer hero
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.
Last year's deft, sharp virtual reading is now available to watch online in an encore presentation
Christine Baranksi moderates a conversation between two living theater legends
Madeline Sayet skillfully addresses language, heritage, and what it means to be a being in constant flight
Round House Theatre presents a cathartic, punk-informed, one-woman musical show with "We're Gonna Die"
A cavalcade of London's West End stars celebrate their imminent return to Hamilton, Phantom, and more
Songwriter and soothsayer Heather Christian's Animal Wisdom leads viewers on a musical trip into the spectral past
Ted Swindley based Always...Patsy Cline on the true story of the unlikely friendship that developed between Cline and a Houston housewife
Lucy Alibar mined some of unforgettable aspects and experiences from her childhood for the show
Shakespeare's welcome return to live theater is a bold exploration of a strange new world.
Song portrays members of a Korean-American family, fairy tale heroes, and the infamous Medea
The Juxtapose Tenement and A Rose for Ergensburg are both available to stream now
Ten playwrights, including several LGBTQ writers, show how love can heal during isolation and unrest
In "All the Devils Are Here," Patrick Page connects today's popular villains to their roots in Shakespeare's works