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Lauren Gunderson’s “The Catastrophist” is loosely based on Wolfe’s book “The Viral Storm.”
Lady Gaga, Garth Brooks, J.Lo and a young poet all supply breakout supporting moments.
He was “a Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly of street,” dancer and singer Toni Basil said.
Online festival of Kennedy works concludes with this mesmerizing world premiere.
Hugh Jackman, Amy Schumer, Chris Rock and Wynton Marsalis are among the major stars signing on to perform.
New groups such as Be an #ArtsHero take their agendas for aid and recognition to Congress.
The crowdsourced online musical, about a rat with culinary dreams, is a promising first course.
Artist echoes surreal views of females conjoined with mechanical objects
She starred in classic Broadway musicals and received three Tony nominations.
Washington Performing Arts commissioned local dancer-choreographers to devise, and perform, dances customized for spaces at six area businesses.
Companies coast to coast and beyond are revving up their own adaptations for Web consumption.
Theaters coast to coast and beyond rev up their own adaptations for Web consumption.
Three of the playwright’s work are now streaming, with a world premiere to be added Jan. 9.
D.C. theater curates a months-long immersive experience that takes in the great outdoors.
She starred on Broadway in “Chicago” and won a Tony Award for choreography.
Innovative virtual performances are filling out the seasonal schedules of some sidelined Broadway names.
What do you know? Some great theatrical events managed to occur in 2020, despite the pandemic.
Film version of actor Paul Morella’s one-man take on Dickens to be made available online.
The composer-impresario behind ‘Cats’ and ‘Phantom’ is on a pandemic-thwarting mission.
A five-play program begins with composer Stephen Sondheim and ends with dramatist Dominique Morisseau.
Troupe experiments with filming outdoors and creates “Testament,” an homage to the beloved 1960 work.
Theater of War’s project for front-line medical workers provides a poignant place to gather.
Site-specific set pieces by Bated Breath Theatre transform New York’s West Village into Montmartre.
Amid covid and staff turmoil, another chapter ends in Roth’s controversial theater career.
We Happy Few adapts tale of detective Loveday Brooke for home listening, with extras sent by mail.
The company has partnered with Marquee TV to stream four new works.
A month-long festival shines a spotlight on the writer of intense and often surreal dramas.
In president-elect’s opening message, you’re reminded of the decency of the Harper Lee character in “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
The troupe will premiere new works online and feature Q&As with the legendary choreographer.
Sarah Burgess’s play registers as a tad blunt and obvious, qualities that might not have manifested in a live production.
The Columbia Height theater will stage reduced-capacity shows as part of a pilot program.