The play at New York Theatre Workshop is a deeply moving account of a mother's devotion.

Jan Triska, an actor who moved to the U.S. after being banned by the Czechoslovak Communist regime, has died, more than a day after he fell from Prague’s iconic Charles Bridge. He was 80.

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‘In the Heights’ rolls on, and Kelli O’Hara stops by.

Latino vs. white neighbors in a cliche-ridden comedy.

Singer-actress will be in concert at George Mason before heading back to Broadway.

Spooky Action’s disjointed take on Hungarian Romanian writer Andras Visky’s play.

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Guirgis drama gets divine treatment, but Next Stop’s “Disgraced” gets Purgatory.

“Lela & Co.” is at Anacostia Arts Center; “Clover” at Caos on F.

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The 1958 ‘The Arsonists’ becomes a Trump era parable.

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Two big plays are rendered with too small strokes at Everyman Theatre and Rep Stage.

As Fashion Week drew to a close, Ralph Lauren threw a runway show unmatched in its opulence, bringing 300 guests to his private suburban garage, where they sipped champagne and watched models strut amid dozens of gleaming vintage sports cars from his famed — and rarely seen — collection. In other shows, designer Naeem Khan said he’d been inspired by the famous Russian prima ballerina Anna Pavlova, and Badgley Mischka devoted a collection to the island of Capri — or what the designers imagine Capri to be like.

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Max Frisch’s 1958 drama echoes 2017 headlines.

An important playwright, Dominique Morisseau, makes her Washington debut.

Before “Hamilton,” three versions of “In the Heights,” including this breezy one in Olney.

“The Band’s Visit” and “Junk” are autumn highlights.

The Boss playing a Broadway theater leads to the inevitable friction at the box office.

Fall theater highlights range from a Broadway tryout to a Trump satire.

How to juggle four stages, nine shows and an acting conservatory.

Watch for simplicity and grandeur — and a few hairy legs.

Costume designer Judith Hansen soothes artist nerves with silk and sequins.

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