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New plays in Washington tackle some of the most polarizing figures of our time.
At Madison Square Garden, a free performance of the Broadway hit soars and astonishes.
Anne Washburn’s “Shipwreck” is the latest play to take on a confounding political era.
Artistic director Simon Godwin stages his first play for Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The project will make the company functional for popular, immersive plays and musicals.
Director Ivo van Hove and choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker put a thrillingly distinctive stamp on a beloved musical.
Shakespeare Theatre Company revives a rarely seen gospel play.
Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite,” with John Benjamin Hickey directing, has a Boston trial run.
Ann Washburn’s “Shipwreck” is the latest play to take on a confounding political era.
Director Ivo van Hove’s radically reimagined Broadway production has its official opening Feb. 20.
The region’s theaters will dedicate their performances to the late theater advocate on Valentine’s Day.
Synetic Theater tackles Gaston Leroux’s 1910 novel in ballet form.
Signature Theatre stages the world premiere of Angelica Chéri and Ross Baum’s new musical.
“Gun & Powder” will have its world premiere at Signature Theatre, where librettist-lyricist Angelica Chéri can’t wait for her family to see it.
Rachel Bay Jones and Brandon Victor Dixon lead a thrilling Kennedy Center revival.
Director Simon Stone revisits the classic tale of a woman bent on revenge, co-starring Bobby Cannavale.
‘Grey Rock,’ by a Palestinian Jewish writer-director, is on a unique U.S. tour.
Shakespeare Theatre Company is staging its idea of a modern classic.
Arena Stage brings to Washington a powerful play based on Khaled Hosseini’s novel.
Two new Broadway productions make the most of familiar plots and patterns.
Folger Theatre has a funny idea in mind. On this occasion, it falls flat.
The play by the librettist of the musical “Ain’t Too Proud” is the latest Studio Theatre offering.
“My Name Is Lucy Barton,” based on Elizabeth Strout’s novel, has its official New York opening.
The touring production matches the splendid Broadway version.
The actress blazes a trail in the national tour of “My Fair Lady” premiering at the Kennedy Center.
The irresistible musical returns to D.C. amid its triumphant Broadway run.
Wendy dreams big in Shakespeare Theatre’s “Peter Pan and Wendy.”
A London warhorse trots into Washington at an unsurprising pace, aiming to give you goose bumps.
The slate included “Fairview,” “Lehman Trilogy,” “A Chorus Line” — and a new musical in the Shenandoah Valley.
Playwright Samuel D. Hunter and actress Judith Ivey collaborate on a deeply felt drama.
The 42nd annual ceremony, to be televised Dec. 15, recognizes Earth, Wind & Fire, “Sesame Street,” Linda Ronstadt, Sally Field and Michael Tilson Thomas.