“Do You Hear the People Sing?” is ringing out across the region, in the streets and in an airport sit-in.
Broadway’s Audra McDonald and Christian Dante White talk about the challenges they face: “White actors aren’t thinking, ‘I’m being white.’ They’re just being the person.”
The Tony-winning musical begins a five-week stand at the Kennedy Center.
Tom Sturridge also stars in the pair of monologues about men and death by British playwrights Simon Stephens and Nick Payne.
A maestro of the American musical leaves behind an unmatchable legacy, including “West Side Story,” “Cabaret,” “Sweeney Todd” and “Phantom.”
Baz Luhrmann’s crazy salad of a movie gets the Broadway-pizazz treatment.
Politics is theater. Our chief critic, Peter Marks, brings his analytical eye to the campaign trail, reviewing another of the front-runners as he winds through Iowa.
A scrappy Northern Virginia company showed me how this musical should be produced, drinking game and all.
Holland Taylor’s solo bio-comedy is an affectionate account of a memorably wry politician.
It is an eternal challenge to get Chekhov right. Richard Nelson and Jay O. Sanders do.