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Dance and music performances, featuring Roman Mejia, Tiler Peck, Gregory Porter and Jason Moran, will be on demand through Aug. 1.
At a time without live performance, “The Juxtapose Tenement” conjures theatrical magic in the cyber realm.
The production, streaming through May 16, isn’t well served by the elaborate production design.
The video series from the Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company honors civil rights icons, including Marian Anderson and William Ayers Campbell.
Actor Daniel J. Watts is serving up a high-energy meditation on his life, and he’s hoping it sticks with you.
Steppenwolf Theatre begins streaming Vivian J.O. Barnes’s “Duchess! Duchess! Duchess!” on March 10.
Props department will send patrons correspondence evoking the courtship depicted in the 2019 show.
Actor-playwright Ryan J. Haddad’s ‘Hi, Are You Single?’ streams via Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.
Washington Performing Arts commissioned local dancer-choreographers to devise, and perform, dances customized for spaces at six area businesses.
D.C. theater curates a months-long immersive experience that takes in the great outdoors.
Troupe experiments with filming outdoors and creates “Testament,” an homage to the beloved 1960 work.
We Happy Few adapts tale of detective Loveday Brooke for home listening, with extras sent by mail.
A month-long festival shines a spotlight on the writer of intense and often surreal dramas.
Sarah Burgess’s play registers as a tad blunt and obvious, qualities that might not have manifested in a live production.
GALA theater’s “The Dog in a Manger” is a comedy classic that flashes its teeth.
Round House Theatre hosts the opening stop of the “American Dreams” digital tour, through Oct. 11.
A collaboration with the Telephonic Literary Union, “Human Resources” is funny, biting — and yes, even poetic.
Playwright Psalmayene 24 hosts monthly online chats that celebrate culture “through a Black lens.”
One-actor adaptation of Oscar Wilde novel is a world premiere.
Stories from Giovanni Boccaccio’s ‘The Decameron’ to be made available online.
By turns wry and sober, the play is a riff on marriage and the awareness of death.
The genius of Antoinette Nwandu’s play lies especially in the way it aligns harrowing reflection with the Beckett template.
Jordan Harrison’s work, at Olney Theatre through April 5, is also a valentine to the alchemy of the stage.
“Bandstand,” with Tony-winning choreography by “Hamilton’s” Andy Blankenbuehler, is at the National Theatre through Sunday.
Signature Theatre’s sold-out play showcases terrific performances but feels tonally jolting.
Theater J takes on Anna Ziegler’s funny and compassionate play about chronic dissatisfaction.
Director Susan Marie Rhea’s staging brings out the heart and urgency in Anna Ziegler’s 2016 play.
Gags are the soul of the production, but pulling off this kind of funny business is tricky.
The play, like its namesake route, is ambitious, unwieldy, conspicuously significant and uncomfortably long.
2018 play written and directed by Nilo Cruz brims with poetry and oversize emotion.
Sleek production of Lauren Gunderson play is now at Ford’s Theatre.