The fierce performances are nearly drowned out by theatrical noise in Woolly's 'seven methods of killing kylie jenner.'
Woolly Mammoth's "An Interdisciplinary Gathering of Native Artists" is one-night-only, Sunday, January 29.
A surreal comedy about "solving" America's race problem, "Ain't No Mo'" roars out of the gate, but flags toward the finish.
The theater season in Washington, D.C. returns to robust pre-pandemic levels with an astounding array of dramas, comedies, and musicals.
A pair of assault survivors plot revenge in Paola Lázaro's electrifying, blisteringly funny 'There's Always the Hudson.'
Described as “an unflinching look at confronting trauma, and how the bonds with our chosen family can carry us through,” Paola Lázaro’s new play finally...
The star of "Hi, Are You Single?," Ryan J. Haddad is a gay man like any other in search of love, with one key difference.
Woolly Mammoth's lockdown-delayed production of the Pulitzer-winning musical "A Strange Loop" proves worth the wait.
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Woolly Mammoth brushes up their Shakespeare with a hilariously irreverent retelling of "Richard III"
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.
Madeline Sayet skillfully addresses language, heritage, and what it means to be a being in constant flight
Songwriter and soothsayer Heather Christian's Animal Wisdom leads viewers on a musical trip into the spectral past
"Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran" spins a snarky social media web of intrigue and income inequality
The droll "Hi, Are You Single?" drives home the point that people with disabilities need nooky too