The Kennedy Center hosts a tryout of a musical about the Temptations that aims for Broadway.

The award-winning musical begins its stay at the Kennedy Center with a superb touring cast.

11 picks on Washington stages: June 15-21.

The Welders’ “Switch” is a work in progress.

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D.C.’s Mosaic Theater Company mounts a penetrating world premiere.

The bilingual musical showcases six confident actors.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jun 11
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The program focused on music for strings.

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  • Jun 11
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This fall, Broadway-goers will get a chance to see both Harry Potter and “Harry Potter.”

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  • Jun 9
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The 1961 show is exuberant but worse for wear in the Kennedy Center’s concert revival.

The 2010 musical depicts a painful history in a controversial style, because ‘The truth hurts sometimes.’

Two young Jews drive a mitzvah tank in 1990s Brooklyn.

A critic’s dream of how the theater’s premier awards should cast.

Great moments in the life of a Broadway rocket.

The Silver Spring-based company is shuttering after 14 years.

Fierce minions shine in uneven production.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jun 6
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Jordan Tannahill’s culture-wars play marks Howard Shalwitz’s Woolly Mammoth exit.

Broadway veteran Casey Nicholaw surprised himself when he choked up while describing the feeling of watching an audience see one of his productions for the first time.

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  • Jun 5
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Renowned Australian playwright David Williamson said Tuesday that he is disappointed Chinese censors have canceled a production of his play “The Removalists” for the official reason that it contains bad language and violence.

  • Rod McGuirk | AP
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  • Jun 5
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The world premiere run in Tysons Corner features compelling performances.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jun 4
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