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“American Utopia” bathes its audience in a collective cool.
How teenagers Kidathegreat, Kaycee Rice, Taylor Hatala and others are changing how we see and think about dance in the digital age.
World-premiere play explores the vanguard of digital civil rights.
A Flying V Theatre world premiere serves up a dozen vignettes, with mixed results.
David Henry Hwang’s musical-in-a-play comes to New York’s Public Theater.
Douglas Turner Ward’s award-winning satirical fantasy is the central component of the Theater Alliance production.
Courtesy of Woolly Mammoth, a play tallies the toll of racism in contemporary America.
The Kennedy Center’s musicals-in-concert series hits a road bump with this 1998 show.
With a 1910 boxing match at its center, this Marco Ramirez play contemplates entrenched racism in America.
The best choice? A box of scarves. And no rules.
Viktoria Tereshkina dazzles in the three-hour ballet, yet its plot doesn’t merit such a long exploration.
The pool of water covering the stage makes for some exciting scenes, but it also detracts from the show’s spell.
Caryl Churchill’s one-act play is expertly staged by Holly Twyford.
Jeremy O. Harris’s seriocomedy will be one of the most talked-about events of the theater season.
The Keegan Theatre production is a humorous and heartfelt love letter to the playwright’s home state of West Virginia.
Compagnie Centre National de Danse Contemporaine performs “Beach Birds” and “BIPED” at the Kennedy Center.
Jeffrey Finn embarks on his third season of the popular Broadway Center Stage series with “Footloose.”
Ford’s Theatre revives longtime August Wilson crowd-pleaser, but it’s talky and lackluster.
Hip-hop improv show “Freestyle Love Supreme” comes to Broadway.
Robert Schenkkan’s second Broadway play about LBJ sputters to a disappointing end.
George Bernard Shaw’s eloquent rom-com muses and amuses at Undercroft Theatre.
Ryan Heffington, who created the moves in “Chandelier” and the “Transparent” musical finale, wants to shake your world. And you.
The hip-hop improv show has its official opening Oct. 2 at the Booth Theatre.
Joanna McClelland Glass’s 2004 play gets an intimate, workmanlike production from 1st Stage.
Jocelyn Bioh’s ‘African Mean Girls Play’ launches Round House’s renovated theater.
At the National Theatre, ‘The New One’ explores the comedian’s fear of fatherhood.
Production directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson reincarnates a Tony-winning 2017 revival.
Powerfully sung and flashy, the touring version of the 2016 Broadway revival is at the Kennedy Center through Oct. 6.
The bold interrogation of race in America opens the theater company’s 2019-2020 season.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre guides Jackie Sibblies Drury’s “Fairview” to a sublime D.C. debut.