• Review

‘As Far as My Fingertips Take Me” asks you to offer up your arm — and your heart.

Steven Spielberg has cast an unknown 17-year-old from New Jersey to play Maria in his remake of “West Side Story”

  • Associated Press
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Investigators are seeking the cause of a fire that destroyed the historic American Shakespeare Theatre in Connecticut

  • Associated Press
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Heidi Schreck’s hit may come to Woolly at a later date.

  • Review

The play by Keith Hamilton Cobb, who plays the lead part, is a diagnosis on race and theater.

The hit musical comes ashore on a mission to spotlight a ravaged island’s homegrown arts.

The long-gestating Aretha Franklin biopic “Respect” is going ahead with stage director Liesel Tommy set to direct

  • Associated Press
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Coming from Broadway to D.C.’s National Theatre, the production recruited from actual School of Rock branches, other music schools and music camps.

“She has a vast knowledge of the business models of theater,” says artistic director.

The labor union representing theatrical performers is demanding that its members no longer participate in any developmental stage work with commercial producers

  • Mark Kennedy | AP
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“Treemonisha” is getting an ambitious overhaul by a Toronto theater company.

Keith Hamilton Cobb analyzes more than just race and the iconic role.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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Broadway producers had plenty of reasons to pop the bubbly as 2018 wound down, with many shows recorded their most profitable weeks despite some eye-popping ticket prices

  • Mark Kennedy | AP
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  • Perspective

This year on New York stages, cries against intolerance — and worse.

Written by Alexandria native Sarah Burgess, the show and its inside-the-Beltway jargon may hit Washingtonians close to home.

  • Review

The comedy is athletic as a murder mystery practically kills its actors.

  • Perspective

The Public Theater production makes Bob Dylan’s iconic songs its own.

Gregory Mosher is being replaced by Jack O’Brien for new production starring Annette Bening.

  • Review

D.C. lobbyists get skewered in “Kings,” and God gets therapy in “Oh, God.”

  • Review

The new national tour is as big, beautiful and difficult as ever.

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