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Theater folks may not like it, but playwrights have rights.
From Lloyd Webber’s ‘Superstar’ to timely health care crisis monologues.
Broadway singer/Tony Award champ Audra McDonald, at Strathmore Friday, on art & activism.
The protest play deals with a jailed teacher who had tried taking books to Gaza.
Info-packed dramas, handily performed in Congress’s neighborhood.
Shakespeare’s soaring tragedy crowns a decades-long Washington theater career
Schenkkan’s politically hot “Building the Wall” moves to Forum’s Silver Spring base.
Lloyd Webber’s early rock opera continues to ask: How high can you sing?
A perceptive performance as a star on tour and battling dementia.
Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s all-male “for colored girls” companion earns five prizes for Theater Alliance