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Reviews of “The Unaccompanied Minor,” the dance-theater piece “Through the Wall” and the school-shooting drama "14."

  • Washington Post Staff
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The show goes on in smaller Georgetown space after leak in troupe’s Crystal City theater.

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Reviews of “A Two Women Hamlet,” “PolySHAMory” and “God Is Dead and April's Getting Married.”

  • Washington Post Staff
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Irony and subtext go out the window in the roles of Charlie Brown, the fairy Tinker Bell and more.

  • Jane Horwitz
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Gary Beach, a Broadway and TV veteran whose portrayal of a truly terrible theater director in Mel Brooks’ monster hit “The Producers” won him a Tony Award in 2001, has died, according to his agent, Steven Unger. He was 70.

  • Mark Kennedy | AP
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Reviews of Meshaun Labrone's “Spook,” Jamie Brickhouse's “Dangerous When Wet” and Vincent Clark's “An Unhealthy Man Lectures You on Medical Issues."

  • Washington Post Staff
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The Capital Fringe Festival features a Tinder rant, along with opera and dance.

  • Washington Post Staff
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“That’s my hope, that this is just an ignition for something much larger. ”

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In Alexandria, ‘Pippin’ doesn’t get juice from giving the cast cellphones.

The beloved film comedy adds melodies in its pre-Broadway tryout at Arena Stage.

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The improv comedy team’s “Damned If You Do” takes its skits from a life in the crowd.

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New plays dominate at West Virginia’s CATF.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jul 11
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Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has pulled out of Shakespeare stage production in Australia as he sues a Sydney newspaper for defamation.

  • Rod McGuirk | AP
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  • Jul 10
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“Secrets of the Universe” at Hub Theatre reveals the Albert Einstein-Marian Anderson friendship.

  • Perspective

The exhilarating, immersive and addictive experience of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s groundbreaking musical.

New neighborhood in Southwest D.C. is at the top of the list of changes to the annual fest.

Where to watch “Tinker Bell,” “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” and more.

  • Jane Horwitz
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The story? It’s what you’d expect from a jukebox musical.

Eight picks on Washington stages: June 29-July 5.

Joshua Sobol’s “The Last Act” had its world premiere in Boston, not Tel Aviv.

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