11 picks on Washington stages: June 15-21.

Shakespeare Theatre Company has the largest day of ticket sales in its history.

“Entirely Elvis,” at Signature Theatre, showcases his rawness and original sound.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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Actor Brandon McCoy switches gears and writes a play.

The Kennedy Center hosts a tryout of a musical about the Temptations that aims for Broadway.

The award-winning musical begins its stay at the Kennedy Center with a superb touring cast.

The Welders’ “Switch” is a work in progress.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jun 13
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D.C.’s Mosaic Theater Company mounts a penetrating world premiere.

The bilingual musical showcases six confident actors.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jun 11
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The program focused on music for strings.

  • Charles T. Downey
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  • Jun 11
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This fall, Broadway-goers will get a chance to see both Harry Potter and “Harry Potter.”

  • Associated Press
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  • Jun 9
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The 1961 show is exuberant but worse for wear in the Kennedy Center’s concert revival.

The 2010 musical depicts a painful history in a controversial style, because ‘The truth hurts sometimes.’

Two young Jews drive a mitzvah tank in 1990s Brooklyn.

A critic’s dream of how the theater’s premier awards should cast.

Great moments in the life of a Broadway rocket.

The Silver Spring-based company is shuttering after 14 years.

Fierce minions shine in uneven production.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Jun 6
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Jordan Tannahill’s culture-wars play marks Howard Shalwitz’s Woolly Mammoth exit.

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