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Writer-performer Heidi Schreck brings her moving and funny “What the Constitution Means to Me” to the Kennedy Center.

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Irish-oriented theater company Solas Nua mixes drams and drama in staging “The Smuggler” at a D.C. bar.

The Tony-nominated show moves from Broadway to the nation's capital, having nearly played at Woolly Mammoth Theatre earlier this year.


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Theater J stages Ofra Daniel’s song cycle in its East Coast premiere.

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The classical company stages a lifeless version of “Henry IV, Part 1.”

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Studio Theatre handsomely revives John Patrick Shanley’s Tony-winning drama.

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“Cabaret” at Olney Theatre Center captures a society’s disastrous and willful moral myopia.

  • Celia Wren
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Michael Keegan-Dolan and Matthew Bourne knock the classical ballet sideways.

  • Perspective

With Heidi Schreck’s popular play coming to the Kennedy Center, some people aren’t shy about critiquing the Founding Fathers’ work.

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The Disney-bred musical brings pros and amateurs onstage courtesy of the Public Theater.

The show takes place at the Allegory, a bar in the Eaton Hotel.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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As a fallen P.R. star, actress Felicia Curry drives the satire.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Perspective

The “Good Morning America” host’s remarks last week were just the latest in a string in the bullying of boys who dance.

  • Review

The Arlington theater revives one of Stephen Sondheim’s most daring musicals.

The actors who play the likes of John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald in the Stephen Sondheim musical explained how they tap into such troubled minds.

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

  • Perspective

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

  • Perspective

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.

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