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Theater of War’s project for front-line medical workers provides a poignant place to gather.

Site-specific set pieces by Bated Breath Theatre transform New York’s West Village into Montmartre.

  • Jose Solís
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Amid covid and staff turmoil, another chapter ends in Roth’s controversial theater career.

We Happy Few adapts tale of detective Loveday Brooke for home listening, with extras sent by mail.

  • Celia Wren
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The company has partnered with Marquee TV to stream four new works.

A month-long festival shines a spotlight on the writer of intense and often surreal dramas.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Perspective

In president-elect’s opening message, you’re reminded of the decency of the Harper Lee character in “To Kill a Mockingbird.”

The troupe will premiere new works online and feature Q&As with the legendary choreographer.

  • Review

Sarah Burgess’s play registers as a tad blunt and obvious, qualities that might not have manifested in a live production.

  • Celia Wren
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The Columbia Heights theater will stage reduced-capacity shows as part of a pilot program.

  • Review

GALA theater’s “The Dog in a Manger” is a comedy classic that flashes its teeth.

  • Celia Wren
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  • Review

E. Faye Butler is magnetic as the titular voting rights activist in a production at the Wharf in Southwest.

  • Perspective

Step right up to your laptop, and let theater entertain you with magic and mind reading.

  • Review

The online festival, dreamed up by singer Mary McBride and supported by Arena Stage and others, offers up 40 playlets in both languages.

Playwright-performer Psalmayene 24 explores his relationship with his late father in his work in progress ‘Dear Mapel.’

Georgetown and Sojourn Theatre revive a 2008 live format online for the 2020 election and the covid-19 era.

  • Perspective

Aaron Tveit running unopposed for best actor? All the best scores are for plays? Hmm.

The Tony-winning musical’s original cast is staging a benefit for the Democrats.

Covid-19 continues to thwart the staging of plays, and some insiders doubt a broad rebound will happen before 2022.

  • Review

Round House Theatre hosts the opening stop of the “American Dreams” digital tour, through Oct. 11.

  • Celia Wren
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