Writer-performer Heidi Schreck brings her moving and funny “What the Constitution Means to Me” to the Kennedy Center.
Irish-oriented theater company Solas Nua mixes drams and drama in staging “The Smuggler” at a D.C. bar.
Theater J stages Ofra Daniel’s song cycle in its East Coast premiere.
The classical company stages a lifeless version of “Henry IV, Part 1.”
Studio Theatre handsomely revives John Patrick Shanley’s Tony-winning drama.
With Heidi Schreck’s popular play coming to the Kennedy Center, some people aren’t shy about critiquing the Founding Fathers’ work.
The Disney-bred musical brings pros and amateurs onstage courtesy of the Public Theater.
The Arlington theater revives one of Stephen Sondheim’s most daring musicals.
Campaign politics is theater. Our chief critic, Peter Marks, brings his analytical eye to the trail, reviewing another of the front-runners while braving the heat in the Southwest.
It is an eternal challenge to get Chekhov right. Richard Nelson and Jay O. Sanders do.