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The veteran Broadway star has the gravitas required to elevate this Tony-winning revival
Playwright Talene Monahon’s feminist farce features a misogynist bard and a pioneering female pamphleteer.
The jukebox musical, which premiered at D.C.'s Shakespeare Theatre last year, will begin Broadway performances in May.
After falling in love with the show as a child, the Signature Theatre artistic director has put a new spin on Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's fairy tale musical.
Arena Stage production of Martyna Majok’s emotionally charged two-hander runs through Nov. 27.
Decades in the making, a trio of plays celebrates the life the murdered Black teen Emmett Till and commemorates his tragic 1955 death.
Phillipa Soo and Steven Pasquale play lovebirds Sarah Brown and Sky Masterson in the Kennedy Center's Broadway Center Stage production.
The 20-year-old screen actress is wading into unfamiliar territory — live theater — with "Heroes of the Fourth Turning" at Studio Theatre.
Michael Wilson, known for multiple interpretations of Horton Foote’s 1953 play, is back with a new version.
Jordan E. Cooper’s searing tragicomedy, at Woolly Mammoth Theatre through Oct. 9, muses on the Black American experience through loosely connected vignettes
First produced in 2002, the ethnic-conflict-themed ‘Host and Guest’ keeps getting replayed, again and again.
Bobby Smith is a worthy successor in this irreverent musical ode to the unemployed.
The star of Signature Theatre’s "No Place to Go," an ode to the unemployed, brings his experience of pandemic-induced joblessness to the role.
Alex Lacamoire is the arranger, orchestrator and music director behind two of Broadway's biggest recent smashes.
After covid delays, the Folger Theatre opens "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the National Building Museum, as part of a summer-long program of "Playhouse" activities.
The stars of the pop-pastiche musical 'Six,' about the six wives of Henry VIII, tell how they get into character.
A wordless take on the William Shakespeare tale of lovers bliss and magical meddling.
"Only Murders in the Building" actor James Caverly plays the slippery con man Harold Hill in a production of "The Music Man" performed in American Sign Language and spoken English.
Actor Amari Cheatom astounds as Ira Aldridge, the first Black performer to play Othello on a London stage.
January LaVoy inhabits numerous roles in Anna Deavere Smith's fact-based play, which was written in the aftermath of 1991's Crown Heights riot.
The 69-year-old actress, who earned an Oscar nomination for the 1962 film, plays Mrs. DuBose in Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation arriving at the Kennedy Center.
Understudies step up as coronavirus and other health issues sideline several central cast members.
A cast entirely composed of local actors performs the Thornton Wilder classic at Sidney Harman Hall.
"Hamilton" alumnus Christopher Jackson joins the improvised hip-hop show for performances at the Kennedy Center.
Gloria Estefan wrote new Spanish lyrics for four songs in the jukebox musical, now onstage at GALA Hispanic Theatre.
Inspired by true events, the play “We Declare You a Terrorist …” uses digital projection to tell a tale set in 2002 and today.
Lead actress in theater’s fall 2021 run of “Toni Stone” said she felt unsafe onstage and didn’t receive support.
Nadina Hassan, an actress of Colombian and Egyptian heritage, talks about playing the high school bully in the touring production of 'Mean Girls,' which comes to the Kennedy Center this mont…
The noisy production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 1971 rock opera should thrill longtime fans, even if it's unlikely convert any newcomers into believers.
Cinco Paul and Bekah Brunstetter collaborated on 'A.D. 16,' a musical love story about a teenage Mary Magdalene and adolescent Jesus.
Adapted from Rosario Ferré’s 1995 novel, 'La Casa de la Laguna” tells a story that is at once personal and political.