Getting out of the pit for Fiasco Theater's version of "Into the Woods," Evan Reese saw the material in a new light.
Septime Webre's American-flavored Nutcracker is going head-to-head with the Hip Hop Nutcracker this year.
For the first time, Ford's Theatre's "A Christmas Carol" is going head-to-head with The Second City's sendup.
The Historical Society of Washington, D.C.'s exhibit "District II" includes images spanning from the 1960s to the '80s.
The actor explains the simplicity and the pressure of performing in director Ivo van Hove's visionary take on the Arthur Miller classic at the Kennedy Center.
No graceful ballerinas here: Elizabeth Streb's dance troupe lands flat on their faces from great heights — on purpose.
Members of Rare Essence are starring in a go-go musical at Georgetown University, which culminates in a mini dance party every show.
You won't see her, you won't hear her, you might not even know she exists — but the show can't go on without her.
Christopher Wheeldon's 'Cinderella' stars an evil stepsister who isn't all bad and a magic tree instead of a fairy godmother.
Arena Stage is her safe space to explore her personal grief.
Bridget Carpenter, a former writer for "Friday Night Lights," is certain her new musical will surprise people.
Performances from a storied past help the Washington Ballet leap into the future.
“The king is like an old, comfortable pair of shoes,” Fred Nelson says.
In his new show, "The Trump Card," the monologuist explains the forces that brought The Donald to power, and argues that the next demagogue will be smarter and scarier.
Several small steps are involved to make one big rip.
Due to his weird hobby, my boyfriend's life story was acted out by an improv troupe.
It's "Hamlet" with puppets, it's the reverse of theater in the round, and it's just plain weird.
Kiandra Richardson cashed in her "American Idol" golden ticket to play one of her real-life American idols.
Here's a short summary of all 27 musicals in this year's Capitol Fringe Festival.
Makeup, wigs and corsets don't just add glamour — they add character.