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The British actress Sharon D Clarke, a Tony nominee last season for “Caroline, or Change,” is opposite Wendell Pierce as Willy in Arthur Miller’s classic drama.
New Stoppard, old Loesser, stories from the political right and left, and Shakespeare with new looks stock the stage.
“My Body No Choice” — eight monologues by female playwrights — starts at Arena Stage next month as the midterm elections approach.
The Virginia company revives the popular musical, based on Alice Walker’s novel and a 1985 movie starring Whoopi Goldberg.
Kennedy Kanagawa is the puppeteer behind Milky White, the bovine star of the hit Broadway revival.
Members of the creative sector are building coalitions, raising money and even running for office to press for their causes.
Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires stages “A Little Night Music,” with Emily Skinner in one of the great roles of the Sondheim canon.
A Chicago tryout for the stage adaptation, featuring songs by Elton John, needs decidedly more zhoozh.
“Here There Are Blueberries," at California’s La Jolla Playhouse, is based on photos submitted to an archivist at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Jessie Mueller, James Monroe Iglehart, Phillipa Soo and Steven Pasquale will feature in the return of a celebrated concert series.
The world-premiere musical at Arena Stage turns the famous abolitionist’s words into moving hymns and anthems.
The hit revival, starring Sara Bareilles, Gavin Creel, Phillipa Soo, Joshua Henry and Patina Miller, applies clarion sound to Sondheim’s score.
The premiere of “American Prophet” at Arena Stage seeks to show the human side of a revered figure from American history.
The latest return to Shakespeare by the Folger Theatre is more muddle than magic.
A new Broadway-themed hotel in Manhattan, the Civilian, immerses its guests in theater sets, art, photos, costumes and props.
The Contemporary American Theater Festival in West Virginia is back on this summer, with a marathon of original works.
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s urbane musical twist on fairy-tale endings gets a priceless Broadway revival.
Now featuring a surveillance-state “Hamlet,” the Park Avenue Armory is a magnet for the arts on a grand scale.
An appreciation of the life and art of Peter Brook, who died July 2 at 97.
An essay on the impact of the Supreme Court's abortion decision on how we view contemporary drama.
Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” comes to D.C. with Richard Thomas as Atticus Finch.
A first-rate cast carries “Nollywood Dreams,” at Round House Theatre through July 3.
History marches energetically onto Boston stages with a reimagining of the 1969 musical and a second play, ‘Common Ground Revisited,’ that examines the city’s past racial strife.
Host Ariana DeBose kicked off the first regularly scheduled Tony Awards since 2019 with an opening number that mashed up musical theater classics and a monologue about inclusivity on Broadwa…
Molly Smith announces that she will retire in July 2023 after 25 years as Arena Stage's artistic director.
The 75th anniversary ceremony marks a crucial step back to health for a stricken industry.
In his first Broadway role, the Maryland native hits it big, in the title role of the musical “MJ.”
Consider a pilgrimage to see "Hamlet" in Canada, Broadway shows in Kansas City and St. Louis, and "Cinderella" in Utah.
James Ijames’s comedy and Samuel H. Hunter’s “A Case for the Existence of God” amount to theatrical manna.
The very best of these, “John Proctor Is the Villain" at Studio Theatre, is nothing less than revelatory
Oscar-nominated actor David Strathairn stars in "Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski" at Georgetown University.