Faction of Fools founder Matthew R. Wilson directs a farce at Tysons and acts solo on Capitol Hill.
The Louis Jordan musical revue gets a phat sound in Robert O’Hara’s super-slick production.
The stage version of the Disney movie is enjoyable but is still finding its sea legs.
The 50-year-old musical glows with tradition.
Wild man Robert O’Hara shifts gears for the jump-jiving Louis Jordan revue at Arena Stage.
The lefty playwright is not so unhappy with Hollywood’s working conditions.
The Pulitzer-winning playwright and “Lincoln” screenwriter on his latest stage epic, now in D.C.
Caleen Sinnette Jennings’s play about a young man doing social work in a rough neighborhood is all heart.
More archetype than modern analogue, this spooky staging makes dark politics feel eternal.
Space in the dressing room is tight, but some actors manage to personalize it.