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The show goes on in smaller Georgetown space after leak in troupe’s Crystal City theater.
In Alexandria, ‘Pippin’ doesn’t get juice from giving the cast cellphones.
The improv comedy team’s “Damned If You Do” takes its skits from a life in the crowd.
“Secrets of the Universe” at Hub Theatre reveals the Albert Einstein-Marian Anderson friendship.
New neighborhood in Southwest D.C. is at the top of the list of changes to the annual fest.
The comedy troupe dials up jokes on rotary phones and emojis.
Actor Brandon McCoy switches gears and writes a play.
The 2010 musical depicts a painful history in a controversial style, because ‘The truth hurts sometimes.’
Two young Jews drive a mitzvah tank in 1990s Brooklyn.
Great moments in the life of a Broadway rocket.
Jordan Tannahill’s culture-wars play marks Howard Shalwitz’s Woolly Mammoth exit.
Capital Fringe Festival and other choices won’t break the bank.
Disappointment and secrets sour relationship in “The Remains.”
‘Flood City’ rises at Theater Alliance, and a ‘Cherry Orchard’ crashes on its own pratfalls.
The 2016 Broadway hit makes a tour stop at the National Theatre.
Akhtar’s play centers on investment banker caught in Pakistan.
In Laura Eason’s ‘The Undeniable Sound of Right Now,’ rock is dead. Long live rock!
Shakespeare Theatre and Theater Alliance also win big.
A full list of winners of the D.C. theater scene’s annual awards.
The pop star and “Waitress” songwriter is brave enough to co-host the Tonys.
Demand that’s “Hamilton”-level and Springsteen-style makes supplies seem ultra-tight.
Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm’s play takes the Trayvon Martin case to unexpected places.
Stravinsky’s ballet gets an eco-conscious staging.
A charismatic Paapa Essiedu stars in a modern version set in West Africa.
D.C. stage companies follow a formula when programming plays and musicals.
A little irreverence goes a long way.
Charm and whimsy get whacked at 1st Stage.
“Witch,” a new musical, debuts at Creative Cauldron.
Ivo van Hove adapts ‘After the Rehearsal’ and ‘Persona’ with mixed results.
Craig Wallace gives a forceful performance in the landmark play.
Cohen, Kravitz and Bernstein figure in her comic memoir, “I Did It My Way in Yiddish (in English”).