“Age doesn’t matter if you keep evolving,” says Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder of the Urban Bush Women dance troupe.
The first musical in 19 months starts up in the Opera House.
The epic saga of Lehman Bros. becomes a sublime 3 1/2-hour dash through the history of American capitalism.
Individual perspectives are at the heart of crowd-pleasing works by Keenan Scott II and Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
The Tony Award-winning musical, inspired by Greek myth, includes the showstopper ‘Wait for Me.’
The gut-grabbing drama stars Emily Davis as the NSA contractor convicted of leaking classified documents.
A virtuosic David Strathairn plays the real-life Holocaust witness and diplomat in solo show written by Clark Young and Derek Goldman.
First in-person dance performance at the arts complex since the pandemic feels like a celebration of perseverance through deprivation.
Deborah Brevoort’s “My Lord, What a Night” restarts a hallowed D.C. institution, while at Woolly Mammoth, “Teenage Dick” reimagines Shakespeare.
A theater company in Virginia shifts to introspection about equity and diversity issues.
A serious undercurrent runs through Larissa FastHorse’s funny if writ-large satire of White wokeness.
The Oscar-nominated actor, onstage in ‘Remember This: The Lessons of Jan Karski,’ sees parallels between Karski’s fight and today.
The long-delayed musical, minted in Britain, gets its New York opening night.
He melded lyrical melodies and easy-on-the-ear harmonies with his own librettos to create several of the most enduring works in the American opera repertory.
“The pandemic sped up the process,” Baltimore native Jessica Pinkett says of her decision to leave Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to become a filmmaker.
“The whole energy of it is different,” a co-director says. “The whole experience is going to be bigger.”
Amid calls for inclusivity and equity, these Tony Awards campaigned hardest for the return of theatergoers.
The delayed awards celebrate Broadway shows that opened in the 2019-20 season before the coronavirus shutdown.
The winners from the 74th annual Tony Awards, including best musical and best play.
The 74th Annual Tony Awards take place Sunday night. Here’s what to know about Broadway’s big night.