• Perspective

It is an eternal challenge to get Chekhov right. Richard Nelson and Jay O. Sanders do.

The U.S. Secret Service said it is aware of comments made by 94-year-old Carole Cook.

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Revisiting the Tony-winning hit.

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Celia Wren reviews the steampunk experiment “Gilded” and the short monologue-dance “A View From My Backyard."

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  • Jul 27
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Reviews of “Ghosts” (about ghosts) and “Phantom Limb” (about your cellphone).

  • Washington Post Staff
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  • Jul 26
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The Fringe Festival beat goes on: Reviews of “How to Fall in Love on a Warming Planet” and "50 Ways…"

  • Washington Post Staff
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  • Jul 25
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Thumbs-up reviews for the political farce “The Truth*” and the romantic comedy “Heartbreak Hitman."

  • Washington Post Staff
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  • Jul 24
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Reviews of “The Unaccompanied Minor,” the dance-theater piece “Through the Wall” and the school-shooting drama "14."

  • Washington Post Staff
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  • Jul 20
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Reviews of “A Two Women Hamlet,” “PolySHAMory” and “God Is Dead and April's Getting Married.”

  • Washington Post Staff
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  • Jul 19
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Reviews of Meshaun Labrone's “Spook,” Jamie Brickhouse's “Dangerous When Wet” and Vincent Clark's “An Unhealthy Man Lectures You on Medical Issues."

  • Washington Post Staff
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  • Jul 18
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