Daniel Radcliffe makes successful transition from film to theater
The revivified National Theatre rolls out its 2014-15 season with a roster that includes the Washington debuts of “Newsies” and the Tony-winning revival of “Pippin.”
Festival of plays from Moscow is a casualty of chilled relations between Russian and the United States.
Hart’s memoir converted to Broadway play starring Tony Shalhoub.
A revival of John Steinbeck’s 1937 play opened Wednesday night at the Longacre Theatre.
Studio Theatre 2ndStage mounts playwright Declan Greene's drama of painful adolescence.
Tovah Feldshuh brings William Gibson’s one-person play about the Israeli prime minister to Theater J.
Motti Lerner's controversial play about a massacre of Palestinian civilians will get another run.
Major entertainment outlets could learn a thing or two about enchantment from this stellar group.
GW and Arena conference looks at war
Woody Allen’s ‘Bullets Over Broadway’ comes to the stage
The promising but stilted play, at Arena Stage, depicts the events that led to Israeli-Egyptian peace.
Denzel Washington in a new Broadway revival of “Raisin in the Sun.“
The New York troupe at Woolly Mammoth provides its idiosyncratic take on the Supreme Court.
Conflict over director causes playwright to pull play from Studio season.
A troupe founded and run by Washington playwrights opens with the wry tale of a storyteller’s quest.
Two favorite Folger actresses, Holly Twyford and Kate Eastwood Norris square off in “Mary Stuart.“
After its D.C. tryout, the Kitt and Yorkey musical has added heart and smarts.
REVIEW | Lara Foot’s play segues awkwardly from sitcom-inspired business to intimations of profound tragedy.
Studio Theatre’s new season will feature two world premieres by female playwrights.
Peter Marks joined the Washington Post as its chief theater critic in 2002. Prior to that he worked for nine years at the New York Times, on the culture, metropolitan and national desks, and spent about four years as its off-Broadway drama critic. A graduate of Yale, he has taught theater criticism at George Washington University and served three times as chairman of the drama jury for the Pulitzer Prizes.