• Review

More dyspeptic social laughs from the writer of “Bad Jews.”

  • Review

Genuinely catchy numbers keep the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical rocking.

The Russian president as a trending topic in the American imagination.

“I wanted that six-to-six moment,” says director Sheldon Epps.

  • Review

‘As Far as My Fingertips Take Me” asks you to offer up your arm — and your heart.

Steven Spielberg has cast an unknown 17-year-old from New Jersey to play Maria in his remake of “West Side Story”

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Investigators are seeking the cause of a fire that destroyed the historic American Shakespeare Theatre in Connecticut

  • Associated Press
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Heidi Schreck’s hit may come to Woolly at a later date.

  • Review

The play by Keith Hamilton Cobb, who plays the lead part, is a diagnosis on race and theater.

The hit musical comes ashore on a mission to spotlight a ravaged island’s homegrown arts.

The long-gestating Aretha Franklin biopic “Respect” is going ahead with stage director Liesel Tommy set to direct

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Coming from Broadway to D.C.’s National Theatre, the production recruited from actual School of Rock branches, other music schools and music camps.

“She has a vast knowledge of the business models of theater,” says artistic director.

“Treemonisha” is getting an ambitious overhaul by a Toronto theater company.

Keith Hamilton Cobb analyzes more than just race and the iconic role.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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  • Perspective

This year on New York stages, cries against intolerance — and worse.

Written by Alexandria native Sarah Burgess, the show and its inside-the-Beltway jargon may hit Washingtonians close to home.

  • Review

The comedy is athletic as a murder mystery practically kills its actors.

  • Perspective

The Public Theater production makes Bob Dylan’s iconic songs its own.

Gregory Mosher is being replaced by Jack O’Brien for new production starring Annette Bening.

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