Richard Nelson's slice-of-life plays The Gabriels Trilogy are inspired by American politics
Mosaic's Charm is a stirring reminder to respect the person irrespective of her, his or their gender
D.C. area theaters have taken holiday themes and tweaked them to bring even more joy to the world
The return of Open Circle Theatre is marred by an unfocused, subpar Tommy
Dante's Inferno tells Dante's story told through dance, mime and extraordinary atmospherics
Olney and Round House join forces for an Angels in America that speaks as much to the present as it does to the past
Boasting an all-male cast, Shakespeare Theatre's "Taming of the Shrew" is an intriguing experiment that doesn't work
Noah Galvin and David Windsor get real about their new -- and very funny -- gay-focused sitcom, The Real O'Neals.
Tony Kushner's landmark plays will be co-produced by the two theater companies
Plays and Musicals in Washington, D.C., Maryland & Virginia
Constellation Theatre Company’s Avenue Q, a sold-out phenomenon over the summer, is now an award-nominated phenomenon, too. The gay-friendly puppet musical snagged 14 nods, more...
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Synetic's "Alice In Wonderland" is an enthralling, sophisticated experience for adults and kids alike
The most notable development this season is of course the unprecedented Women’s Voices Theater Festival. Between now and November nearly every professional theater company in...
For 25 years, the Free For All has been serving up Shakespeare to the city's delighted, theater-loving masses