The two-time Olivier winner was considered one of Britain’s finest classical actors.

Working in philanthropy, criminology and disaster relief have imbued his work in Arena Stage’s “Seven Guitars” with greater humanity.

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The “Cowboy Bebop” actor’s glam-rock radiance shows the high-octane musical in a new light.

From Dolores De Lago to "Dolly!" to "Beaches," the stellar career of Kennedy Center honoree Bette Midler spans decades and genres.

“He’s the reason so many of us got into this line of work.”

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The Broadway giant shaped lives, with words and music on a whole other plane of invention.

His musicals — including ‘Company,’ ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’ and ‘A Little Night Music’ — explored the human condition in all its anxieties and moral complexities.

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After a non-“Nutcracker” year, the holiday ballet returns with a satisfying, traditional take.

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No kids under 12? Virus-tested tykes in custom-designed masks? Protocols vary. But please don’t breathe on the musicians.

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Matthew Aucoin and Sarah Ruhl’s operatic adaptation of her 2003 play debuts at the Metropolitan Opera.

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The new Broadway play by the two-time Pulitzer winner gives actress Uzo Aduba another terrific role.

Mason Alexander Park plays the genderqueer glam rocker in Olney Theatre’s production, and a trans version of Gren in Netflix’s “Cowboy Bebop.”

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The London-based choreographer is on his final tour of this searing solo performance.

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Timely themes, and one splendid performance, sustain Washington Stage Guild’s production of Athol Fugard’s 1989 play.

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Cody Nickell and Michael Russotto star in the fact-based play, adapted from sportswriter Mitch Albom’s best-selling memoir.

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Ham-handed and unfocused, a show based on the life of Princess Diana relinquishes the crown.

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A stellar cast embodies the idiosyncratic characters in the Lauren Yee play.

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“Assassins” and “Caroline, or Change” enliven a vibrant season of shows.

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Jade Jones leads a cast in a thoughtful, if occasionally flawed, take on a Disney megahit.

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In “Dancing Is the Best Medicine,” two neuroscientists examine why dance is good for heart, brain and soul.

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