“A Doll’s House, Part 2” has Broadway audiences choosing sides and cheering.
From Lloyd Webber’s ‘Superstar’ to timely health care crisis monologues.
A 1666 classic by Molière gets a freshening up but keeps the delightful rhyming verse.
Mermaids, paranormal in Venus, 10th Muse productions.
The protest play deals with a jailed teacher who had tried taking books to Gaza.
Info-packed dramas, handily performed in Congress’s neighborhood.
Dawn Ursula shines as Catherine in David Auburn’s Pulitzer-winning play.
This year’s Cannes Film Festival has been a sprawling, international referendum on Netflix, with votes registered in catcalls and applause, and some of the biggest names in cinema staking out their positions.
The adaptation of ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat’ explores unusual neurological conditions.
Shakespeare’s soaring tragedy crowns a decades-long Washington theater career
For 2017-2018: Jerome Robbins, Alexei Ratmansky, live music and return to the Opera House
Schenkkan’s politically hot “Building the Wall” moves to Forum’s Silver Spring base.
Lloyd Webber’s early rock opera continues to ask: How high can you sing?
The raucous absurd-realism comedy written by the Pulitzer finalist makes its regional debut in D.C.
A perceptive performance as a star on tour and battling dementia.
With the stellar Ian Merrill Peakes, Folger Theatre stages lesser-known play.
Choreographer/teacher will replace longtime co-directors at vital Brookland arts center.
A musical version of “King Kong” is hoping to make Broadway go bananas.
A masterful Ted van Griethuysen carries the production of Florian Zeller’s play.
Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s all-male “for colored girls” companion earns five prizes for Theater Alliance