“That’s the beauty of ASL — there are so many ways to represent words in the hands and the face.”

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“Do You Hear the People Sing?” is ringing out across the region, in the streets and in an airport sit-in.

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Broadway’s Audra McDonald and Christian Dante White talk about the challenges they face: “White actors aren’t thinking, ‘I’m being white.’ They’re just being the person.”


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The Tony-winning musical begins a five-week stand at the Kennedy Center.

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Tom Sturridge also stars in the pair of monologues about men and death by British playwrights Simon Stephens and Nick Payne.

‘It feels like we’re having a session in a skate park,’ one of the two-wheeled acrobats says.

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Elle Woods isn’t framed as stylishly in the bustling stage adaptation now at Keegan Theatre.

The 21-year-old actor wrestles with the lead role — seen as one of Broadway's most challenging parts — as the smash musical returns to D.C. for a Kennedy Center run.

The Broadway smash, which won a Grammy in 2018 for best musical theater album, begins a monthlong run at the Kennedy Center on Tuesday.

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A maestro of the American musical leaves behind an unmatchable legacy, including “West Side Story,” “Cabaret,” “Sweeney Todd” and “Phantom.”

The Reach will host the traveling show of 66 works from Oct. 7 to Nov. 15.

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Great visual beauty trumps mysterious wispy narrative.

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Baz Luhrmann’s crazy salad of a movie gets the Broadway-pizazz treatment.

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The action-driven troupe adapts Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic.

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‘I don’t want it to seem like the comedy stops and then the dancing begins.’

  • Geoffrey Himes
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Hub Theatre debuts Sam Hamashima’s new play to mixed effect.

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A scrappy Northern Virginia company showed me how this musical should be produced, drinking game and all.

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The high-octane show delivers the spectacle, at least.

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“It was not an easy choice,” composer Joe Iconis says of bucking the usual licensing route.

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Holland Taylor’s solo bio-comedy is an affectionate account of a memorably wry politician.

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