Tom Stoppard’s career-launching absurdist tragicomedy gets a witty, slacker-ish treatment at the Folger.
A Russian composer’s personal life becomes the target of government revision in MetroStage’s taut thriller.
Synetic Theater tackles a Ridiculous Theatrical Company sendup based on the Charles Dickens novel.
At Studio Theatre, there’s a gentleness in Tom Wells’s play about a largely gay soccer team.
The Olney Theatre Center stages a sturdy, small-scaled revival of Arthur Miller’s 1968 drama.
Tanya Barfield’s drama surveys dangerous terrain as a white couple considers adopting an African child.
Nathan Alan Davis’s play about race, the past and the future gets an inspired staging for Theater Alliance.
From Elizabeth I in her own words to a bold update of “Merchant of Venice,” a rangy 2015-16 slate from the Folger
A new musical looks at the reggae icon’s life and music after an assassination attempt in 1976.
Taffety Punk plays the rarely used first “Hamlet” quarto, while a new “Metamorphosis” serves up a cello.