As "The Play That Goes Wrong" stumbles into D.C., we asked actors to recall their most memorable live theater missteps.
The Emmy-winning actress has kept a low profile after finding the role of the lifetime as stand-up comedy manager Susie Myerson on Amazon's hit series.
The organization that produced the likes of Bill Murray and Tina Fey has found a steady laugh partner in D.C. audiences, presenting shows this December at Woolly Mammoth Theatre and the Kennedy Center.
Thanks to a bit of "theater magic," the new production of Paula Vogel's 2015 play features a splash of stormy weather.
The D.C. theater veteran gets lunch at Eastern Market, explores the monuments and takes in some Irish music on her perfect day in the city.
The "Another Period" star once thought having a baby was an avoidable mistake. Now, she's a new mother with plenty to say about parenthood.
A heartbreaking defeat to the Columbus Crew in the MLS playoffs left Ben Olsen's team looking ahead to 2019.
Having clinched a berth in the postseason, the surging club is playing for seeing in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Chicago Fire.
New York comedians Marcia Belsky and Melissa Stokoski are bringing their satiric show to the Kennedy Center as part of the Bentzen Ball comedy festival.
The homegrown goalkeeper stayed in touch with general manager Dave Kasper and even helped recruit Wayne Rooney.