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With wordless wonder, the company continues its tradition of the very best in staging, design, music, and performance. By SOPHIA HOWES
Mouths of Babes Theatre presents a documentary play in which actors perform monologues based on interviews.
Transformation Theatre presents a beautifully written spat between Ernest Hemmingway and Zelda Fitzgerald over F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Highlights from a night of magic with members of Congress and STC students.
A charismatic lesbian demigod sets out to heal the planet one woman at a time.
The production will leave you feeling like you’ve just had several glasses of champagne.
The play's soaring and poetic speech will be among the finest language you will hear on any Washington stage this season.
In this comedy set during the Civil War, a Union major general and a fugitive slave match wits.
Legal wits went to battle in the trumped-up case of Goneril v. The Kingdom at Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Many actors excel in their portrayals of aspects of Lear — but Page brings us the whole man, in all his monstrous splendor.
Joel Ashur as Eric and Louis E. Davis as Bilal create a beautifully nuanced relationship that is mesmerizing from start to finish.
An evening of song, dance, and creative energy about the power of women.
Director Steven Carpenter and his talented cast bring us a beguiling and highly nuanced version of one of George Bernard Shaw’s finest plays.
An entertaining and essential autobiographical play about a woman's dual identity born in Palestine and raised in Israel.
Ron Litman is superb as the Professor who travels far into the future of the human race.
In the dangerous aftermath of the Dobbs decision, eight survivors of life in a woman’s body come together to tell their stories.
The entertaining and enlightening story of Sylvia Méndez, whose lawsuit helped desegregate California schools.
Artistic Director Karin Rosnizeck dishes about Albert and Mileva's bad romance.
...and the magnificent Playhouse, built inside the Great Hall of the National Building Museum, is a theatrical wonderland.
A young trans woman's diary in dialogue with the audience.
A one-woman show about being unapologetically Black instead of making white people comfortable.
A beautifully written international production that follows two astronomers on a dark journey through multiple worlds.
Amari Cheatom as Ira Aldridge gives a performance at Shakespeare Theatre Company of unparalleled skill and insight.
Shakespeare Theatre Company's buzzy annual event featured a cast full of boldface names plus theater kids from Charles H. Flowers High School.
Two young people in Dublin meet cute in a play that tackles the controversial subject of abortion.
Underscoring the power of art to address controversy and national crisis, the production warrants serious and major attention.
Now streaming, the series invites audiences to step inside the process of new play development.
An outstanding all-female cast explores the life of an extraordinary woman.
Under the surface of this comedy by Lauren Gunderson is a fervent purpose — the power of women who are willing to put their lives on the line for justice.
In a courtroom packed with wisecracking legal celebs, lawyers for Margaret and Hero from 'Much Ado' duked it out.
The company's new silent adaption combines the best of Carlo Goldoni’s classic comedy with an undertone of deep emotion.