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Black comedy and marvelous performances send up class warfare and deadly ambition. By WILLIAM POWELL
The heartwarming musical is full of ‘holy’ excitement. By WILLIAM POWELL
Studio 54, Donna Summer, Saturday Night Fever. Those are some of the things that come to mind when I hear the word Disco. Disco, derived from the French word discothèque, was a popular fo…
This Tony-winning Broadway musical is paved with terrific tap dancing and soaring solos.
This quickly-paced and entertaining act features 'sex, drugs, and magic tricks.'
This jukebox musical, based on the hits of singer Jimmy Buffett, will put you in a summertime mood.
This convoluted romantic farce is a deliciously funny show.
Old and new jokey tropes combine in this comedy about how a woman can be deceived by her desire for 'a man.'
Though the story seems dated, the production features a top-notch set and good performances.
The show combines family angst and outrageous soap opera.
Music lovers will dig the energy and innocence.
The show was masterfully directed. The voices of the singers were of Broadway quality.
The touching musical pays tribute to crossover singer and guitarist Sister Rosetta Tharpe, who trailblazed rock ‘n’ roll, gospel, and R&B.
An entertaining cast and marvelous direction make this a hilarious musical retelling of 'The Princess and the Pea.'
The latest American Pops Orchestra concert on PBS celebrates Black excellence through iconic stars and performances.
Dane Figueroa Edidi's new play fearlessly explores the roles that justice, love, and joy play in a society where past ghosts continue to haunt us.
Director Rachel Wallace sets Shakespeare's classic romantic comedy in the 1940s and the result is incredibly entertaining.
A masterfully staged and beautifully performed tragicomedy about three sisters having a bad day.
Featuring a melodious score and rib-tickling dialogue, this classic musical explodes with high energy.
This musical based on the beloved film is a cozy show for the greatest time of year.
Great storytelling about indomitable Black women and men of the Old West in a student production of the play by Pearl Cleage.
Five talented performers give vintage vaudeville routines — from a ventriloquist's dummy to lighthearted songs — new life.
The DC-based actor shares the challenges of performing in a national tour.
This mood-setting show is perfectly timed for Halloween.
Star Naomi Rodgers has the piston-pumping legs, booming voice, and energetic dance steps to drive this show to the stars.
The dynamics of a broken family are seen through the eyes of an autistic teen.
The humor in this one-woman show will make you laugh your worries away.
Mental health, domestic violence, and the healing power of forgiveness are central themes in this relatable show.
Is it a sitcom, or is it a stage show parading as a sitcom? That's the question one might ask after watching this amiable concoction of romance and farce.
The tale of four New Jersey tough guys who took their working-class roots to international stages, it's the best musical tour to hit the DMV this summer.
This original musical revue brings a hummable evening of Broadway to Montgomery College’s Cultural Arts Center.