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Nancy Robinette and Andrew Long make their Broadway debuts in ‘Curious Incident’.
Study shows numerical gains in Washington in plays written by women this season, but statistics remain flat for female directors, and directors and playwrights of color.
REVIEW | American Sign Language adds an extra, touching dimension to the poetry of the fervent 2006 musical.
A flop on Broadway, “Glory Days” still manages to find some glory.
Signature Theatre in Arlington creates new SigWorks: Musical Theater Lab, a project that will begin next year with workshop productions of two still-to-be-chosen original musicals.
More and more, plays and musicals birthed here live again elsewhere.
The play’s U.S. premiere at Studio Theatre makes one think: What were London audiences so excited about?
Woolly Mammoth Theatre’s new play takes on body image and humor found in a salad bowl.
The need for the Women’s Voices Theater Festival reflects a lack of representation for female playwrights.