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Events - Published on: Mar 27, 2014
Regie Cabico is sharing the art of celebrating syntax
Stage - Published on: Jan 30, 2014
MetroStage's ''Ella Fitzgerald'' is best when its simply singing, while Constellation's ''Scapin'' is simply delightful
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 9, 2014
From leaping off a cliff to choreographing a new show, Robert J. Priore is stretching his wings
Stage - Published on: Dec 14, 2013
Shakespeare Theatre Company and Arena Stage offer two shows full of satisfying, smart entertainment
Stage - Published on: Oct 24, 2013
Happenstance Theater has devised a spooky hit with ''Cabaret Macabre''
Stage - Published on: Aug 29, 2013
Shakespeare Theatre presents D.C. debut of British theatrical sensation
Stage - Published on: June 28, 2013
Stephen Sondheim's ''Company'' may not include reference to same-sex couples, but it has some of the composer's greatest songs
Stage - Published on: June 13, 2013
Landless Theatre Company offers a ''prog-metal opera'' version of ''Frankenstein''
Events - Published on: June 6, 2013
Rachel Dratch and others come to town to poke fun at celebrity memoirs
Stage - Published on: May 30, 2013
Rebecca Taichman approaches the hurdles in The Winter's Tale with boldness and imagination, but can't overcome its inherent flaws
Stage - Published on: May 16, 2013
Constellation's latest epic is only worth it for the visual stimulation provided by the cast
Stage - Published on: Apr 18, 2013
The Shakespeare Theatre Company's bristling production of ''Coriolanus'' is a stunning work of urgency and clarity
Feature Story - Published on: Jan 31, 2013
Tony-winning Kennedy Center honoree Bill T. Jones has found great success in dance and the theater without sacrificing his revolutionary spirit
Stage - Published on: Jan 24, 2013
Constellation Theatre makes a mark with its entertaining take on this romantic tale of identity and intrigue
Stage - Published on: Nov 1, 2012
''War Horse'' wows with stagecraft, thrills with heart, making for one not-to-be missed puppet show
News - Published on: Oct 4, 2012
Several new efforts aiming to better LGBT D.C. and beyond
Stage - Published on: Sept 20, 2012
''Invisible Man'' is one to see, while Taking Steps has trouble finding its footing
Stage - Published on: June 28, 2012
A Pims or two at the Sidney Harman bar, and you'll find much to savor in this crowd pleaser of a season-closer, ''The Merry Wives of Windsor''
Stage - Published on: June 14, 2012
An interesting if underdeveloped idea, 'Mr. Burns' is the least-funny reference to 'The Simpsons' you'll ever see
Stage - Published on: May 24, 2012
Lonely Planet's message finds clear focus, while Metamorphoses is long on dazzle and short on substance
Stage - Published on: May 24, 2012
If you like your slapstick shameless and your gags spelled out, yelled and repeated, ''Servant of Two Masters'' is pants-wettingly funny
Stage - Published on: May 10, 2012
Constellation takes a dip in the pool
Dance - Published on: May 3, 2012
Baltimore native Nile Russell was all ready to give up dancing before he discovered the dance company Pilobolus
Stage - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
Landless Theatre Company spoofs the musical ''Spider-Man''
Stage - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
Shakespeare Theatre Company masterfully captures the breadth and nuance of O'Neill's story of a woman wounded and those affected by her scars
Feature Story - Published on: Apr 4, 2012
The applause began when Michael Kahn joined the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Twenty-five years later, it's louder than ever.
News - Published on: Mar 27, 2012
Celebration of Jared Neff's life to take place April 10
News - Published on: Mar 14, 2012
Shakespeare Theatre's Jared Neff, 30, dies suddenly
Stage - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
No Rules' adaptation of ''Peter Pan'' is more imaginative than most productions
Stage - Published on: Feb 16, 2012
Constellation's latest production is hard to warm to
Stage - Published on: Feb 9, 2012
Michael Lluberes's new, dark adaptation of ''Peter Pan'' draws on author J.M. Barrie's relationship with his mother
Stage - Published on: Jan 26, 2012
A memorable role in the film Camp set Robin de Jesús on an acting path that has already garnered two Tony nominations
Business - Published on: Jan 19, 2012
How Four Local Entrepreneurs Plan to Achieve this Goal in a Down Economy
Stage - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
No Rules' Stop Kiss would be a must-see production on its own merit, but recent queer bashings make it even more relevant
Stage - Published on: Sept 22, 2011
Diana Son's 'Stop Kiss' is still relevant 13 years after its off-Broadway debut
Dance - Published on: Sept 8, 2011
The OASIS Dance Company offers a performance for LGBTQ youth
Stage - Published on: Aug 18, 2011
Currently starring in 'Uncle Vanya,' Hugo Weaving is best remembered in the gay community for his role in 'Priscilla'
Feature Story - Published on: June 2, 2011
Since childhood, award-winning playwright Robert O'Hara has marshaled the means to tell wondrous tales
Stage - Published on: May 26, 2011
WSC offers Night and Day and two Tennessee Williams one-acts in which captivating women steal the shows
Stage - Published on: Apr 28, 2011
Adventure Theatre's Michael Bobbitt has a goal of improving theater for everyone – especially children
Stage - Published on: Feb 17, 2011
With a solid cast and an elaborate set, you'll be a bit heady from all the goings-on in On The Razzle
Stage - Published on: Dec 23, 2010
Doug Peck helps make Shakespeare Theatre's garden grow, music directing Candide, the venue's first musical
Stage - Published on: Dec 16, 2010
Both the Shakespeare Theatre Company and Woolly Mammoth unwrap a festive bounty of laughs this holiday season
Video - Published on: Dec 8, 2010
Stage - Published on: Nov 4, 2010
The rotating rep of 'Richard III' and 'Mary Stuart' find the Washington Shakespeare Company firing on all pistons
Stage - Published on: Oct 7, 2010
No Rules brings Charlie Brown vibrantly to life, while Studio 2ndStage's Korean girls are fighting to survive
Stage - Published on: Sept 15, 2010
WSC celebrates the move to their new Rosslyn home with an evening of Shakespeare, presented in the original Klingon
Stage - Published on: July 28, 2010
Some of Michael Liscio Jr. and Brent Michael DiRoma's best puppet friends may or may not be gay
Stage - Published on: July 21, 2010
Avenue Q is as funny, surprising and shocking as ever, while Passing Strange is a tempest in a too small teapot
Stage - Published on: July 14, 2010
The stage musical of Mary Poppins is just as much for adults as it is for kids; Woolly gets a little ''precious''
Events - Published on: Oct 15, 2009
Dakshina's annual Indian Dance Festival includes a special guest
Stage - Published on: Sept 10, 2009
Played to the hilt, WSC's campily ironic take on the classic Camille is an evening of knock-down, drag-out fun
News - Published on: Aug 20, 2009
Harman opens doors to bulk of Reel Affirmations offerings
Stage - Published on: July 30, 2009
Strong acting helps sell a farce that has relevance today, in Black Box Theater's first fully staged production
Stage - Published on: Apr 23, 2009
With 'Small Craft Warnings,' the Washington Shakespeare Company delivers a skillful, superb, intimate production
Dance - Published on: Jan 29, 2009
Mark Morris lets the music inform his dances
Stage - Published on: Jan 29, 2009
There's poignancy and even laughter in WSC's 'Cherry Orchard,' but the evening is plagued by a lack of cohesion.
Feature Story - Published on: Dec 4, 2008
Dito van Reigersberg's cabaret homecoming at GALA Hispanic Theatre
Stage - Published on: Nov 20, 2008
'All's Well' is a refreshing, engaging evening of the Bard
Dance - Published on: Mar 27, 2008
Merce Cunningham Dance Company shuffles things up with iPods
Stage - Published on: Dec 20, 2007
In WSC's searing black comedy 'House of Yes,' a dysfunctional family lays siege to the stage; 'Kafka's Dick' is flaccid
Stage - Published on: Nov 15, 2007
The masterful Ed Gero is haunting at Studio, while The Shakespeare opens its grand new space with a stunning epic
Stage - Published on: Oct 25, 2007
With the stunning 'Caligula,' the WSC once again shows its skill for keeping an audience on the edge of its seat
Stage - Published on: July 19, 2007
A clothes-free vision of 'Macbeth' grabs attention, but suffers from a lack of consistency in the performances
Dance - Published on: May 8, 2003
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