Tom Story describes directing multiple characters, and playing multiple characters himself.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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  • 23 hours ago
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|| REVIEW The musical birthed at Arena Stage officially opens at the Music Box Theatre

"Union Square Incident" is a cautionary tale about the beginnings of a police state

Theater makers of all ages should reflect on what the squabble over Vice President-elect Mike Pence's attendance has awakened.

The president-elect's “Hamilton” tweet missed the point: Theater can be messy.

Circus skills are on the line in Chicago troupe’s “Moby Dick,” at Arena Stage.

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“Mary Poppins” and “The Secret Garden” top a variety of shows in the Washington area.

  • Jane Horwitz
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  • Nov 10
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REVIEW || A nicely handled revival of one of Athol Fugard's trademark anti-Apartheid works -- directed by Fugard himself.

Actress Emily Kester as the troubled title character anchors production of 2003 play.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Nov 2
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Folger Theatre's production will change your perspective on Jane Austen and danger.

REVIEW || Even Halloween raises more goosebumps than this misfire of a revival

Closing this weekend: “Angels in America” and Marg Helgenberger in “Little Foxes”

Production will use a scaled-back orchestra and multiethnic cast for the innovative musical.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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  • Oct 27
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The civic-minded, interactive play, about a fictional Midwestern city and the citizenry's vote on one of its most hallowed traditions, returns to its Washington birthplace.

REVIEW || Thirty years after it last appeared on Broadway, this dark and funny 1928 farce holds up grandly, in director Jack O'Brien's revival.

Playwright Simon Stephens and director Marianne Elliott talk about making "Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time move, in every sense.

The Broadway musical season just became an even bigger deal

The pioneer of Chicano theater joins a performance of "Viva Cesar, Viva Kennedy!" that draws connections between the work and ideals of Cesar Chavez and John F. Kennedy.

REVIEW || This sparklingly imaginative performance piece reframes how we talk about race

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