Holly Twyford and Kate Eastwood Norris, dueling monarchs in “Mary Stuart,” talk about their many roles.
The new Sherlock Holmes comedy for five actors at Arena looks eerily familiar.
Musicals arise in the fancy expansions at Arena Stage and the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The “Stupid F-ing Bird” playwright directs his own new updated “Uncle Vanya” script at Theater J
Roth begins a new troupe at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, and Theater J presents “Life Sucks.”
Gigi gets Broadway date
The 1958 MGM movie is now a Broadway maybe, retooled by Heidi Thomas of “Call the Midwife.”
The daring new musical by “Next to Normal” songwriters Brian Kitt and Tom Yorkey ends a year-long run.
Warner Theatre begins to book non-equity Broadway shows
The globetrotting tricksters of “The Illusionists” bring sleight of hand and escape acts to the Kennedy Center.