The Obamas just can’t quit Broadway.
The Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine Pulitzer-winning musical is revived in stirring fashion.
Week’s premieres include Lapine’s “Mrs. Miller” at Signature and Plame drama at Arena.
A female creative team gives voice to “Ella Enchanted” at Adventure Theatre.
At least three Washington-area companies are jumping on the trend of shows for the 0-to-6 crowd.
Think it’s a joy to work with the famed sculptor’s sets? Ask the Martha Graham dancers.
Brigid Cleary and Irina Tsikurishvili drive two classic performances.
“The How and the Why” and Jane Martin’s “H2O” are two powerful two-person plays.
The smart, efficient production brought the brief opéra comique fully to life with vivid playing and singing.
The future is rife with artistic challenges for Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The final day of New York Fashion Week was marked by the sound of silence from Marc Jacobs, who presented a show with no set, no lighting and no soundtrack. Elsewhere, Hillary Clinton was on hand to honor her late friend Oscar de la Renta. A night earlier, Marchesa looked to Asia for inspiration, and Thom Browne created a winter wonderland in flannels and tweed.
Shakespeare Theatre Company co-produces Mike Bartlett’s Broadway play.
“Watch on the Rhine” and “King Charles III” bring intrigue to big stages.
In ‘The How and the Why,’ two female evolutionary biologists grapple with life choices.
The Constellation Theater Company delivers a funny, rollicking fantasy-adventure tale.
Only the audience can understand what the animal is saying in 1st Stage’s dark comedy.
“I accomplished more for myself than I ever imagined.”
Lillian Hellman’s anti-Nazi drama tops off Arena Stage’s exploration of the playwright.
There was someone important missing when the cast and creators of the film “Moonlight” joyfully crowded a Los Angeles-area stage last month to accept the Golden Globe for best film drama.
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