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Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s indelible novel has its official opening at the Shubert Theatre.

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“The Panties, the Partner and the Profit” doesn’t ignite for Shakespeare Theatre Company.

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Lanford Wilson’s Pulitzer-winning romance is produced at GALA Hispanic Theatre’s Tivoli stage.

The playwright and the actor talk about the challenges of bringing Harper Lee’s beloved novel to Broadway.

  • Review

“She the People,” at Woolly Mammoth, is fiercely funny; “Love, Factually,” at Kennedy Center, spoofs rom-coms.

  • Celia Wren
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Tony winner to join Norm Lewis as Harold Hill in February installment of Broadway Center Stage series.

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A British drama that takes you into a refugee camp has its American debut.

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Sonya Kelly’s autobiographical show gets its D.C. premiere at Solas Nua.

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His “mad as hell” scene is one for the books, but the Broadway adaptation is a bit of a slog.

  • Perspective

Touring productions and local standouts that illuminated Washington stages.

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The operatically scaled drama examines post-slavery America as the 20th century begins.

Splendid work, from the Great Lakes to D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront, knows no boundaries.

  • Review

Lincoln’s holiday gift predicament is just one of many plotlines in this sentimental offering.

  • Celia Wren
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New York City Ballet and Nederlans Dans Theater were among the companies illuminating the best in us.

  • Review

It’s another celebrity-inspired musical, sputtering off the jukebox assembly line.

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Arena Stage offers up the regional premiere of Paula Vogel’s Tony-nominated drama.

Musical tributes stood out, but the presence of the Broadway musical and its creators provided a night of firsts.

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The insightful U.K. import at the Kennedy Center cuts across borders — from Britain to Africa.

Stephen Daldry brings his hit ’90s production to Washington and beyond.

  • Review

Energetic and exciting are not the same things.

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