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Review: ‘The Christians’ at Baltimore Center Stage

Spearheading a “season of community” and stimulating thought-provoking dialogue, Baltimore Center Stage headlines the first production of its 2017/18 span in electrifying fashion with...

Magic Time!: ‘The Christians’ at Theater J

A debate about the existence of hell is combusting in the nation’s preeminent Jewish theater. And that particular drama in that particular venue could...

Review: ‘The Christians’ at Theater J

Yes, the rumors are true. The Christians—now making its DC debut at Theater J—is amazing. It’s amazing for its sheer audacity—first, in turning the nation’s leading...

In the Moment: ‘The Christians’ at Theater J

'Inspired' is the word that comes to mind for Adam Immerwahr’s selection of The Christians by Lucas Hnath for this, his first full season...

Magic Time! “It’s Our Most Jewish Play This Season”: A Q&A With Adam Immerwahr...

For the second show in his first season as artistic director of Theater J, the nation’s largest and most prominent Jewish theater,  Adam Immerwahr...

Review: ‘The Christians’ at The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia

“I have a powerful urge to communicate with you, but I find the distance between us insurmountable.” The Christians by Lucas Hnath is a dynamite...

Taylor Mac puts on the glitz in ‘Holiday Sauce’ on demand

Taylor Mac is an acquired bad taste, and fans who remember fondly Taylor Mac's over-the-top Holiday Sauce—which played live one-night-only last year at The...

A Powerhouse Performance of Handel’s Messiah by NSO at The Kennedy Center

At the outset, I will confess a bias: I much prefer listening to baroque pieces played in the style, and on the scale, of...

Review: ‘Laughing Liberally: Make America Laugh Again’ at The Theatre at St. Clement’s

New York’s longest-running political comedy stand-up act brings its brand of incisive topical humor Off-Broadway to The Theatre at St. Clement’s for a fifteen-show engagement...

Dispatches from Mike Daisey’s ‘A People’s History,’ Chapters 1 to 18

Over 16 days in Washington, DC, in July 2019, Mike Daisey gave 18 different performances, each about an hour and 45 minutes long, of...

Daily Dispatches from Mike Daisey’s ‘A People’s History’

Chapter 18: The Living Moment, July 21 7pm This final chapter continued to retell and reinterpret a people's history, meaning the nation's, from the Obama...

Review: ‘Steel Magnolias’ at Sterling Playmakers

So many stories can be started with “boy meets girl.” It’s a trope that almost clutters literature - and drama for that matter. Even...
Christian Sands. Photo by Anna Webber.

Christian Sands Brings ‘Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour’ to Strathmore March 21

The East Coast has the Newport and DC jazz festivals. The Midwest claims the world’s largest free jazz extravaganza, the Detroit Jazz Festival. The...

Maestro Antony Walker Previews ‘Le vin herbé’ by Wolf Trap Opera and Washington Concert...

Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, the composer’s operatic meditation on the metaphysical nature of love, sex, and death, is generally accepted to be the “before/after” point...
The Merchant of Venice, presented by The Rude Mechanicals, plays through June 30 at the Greenbelt Arts Center. Photo by Rachel Zirkin Duda.

Review: The Rude Mechanicals Production of ‘The Merchant of Venice’ at Greenbelt Arts Center

The Rude Mechanicals production of The Merchant of Venice, now playing at the Greenbelt Arts Center, is an engrossing exploration of Shakespeare’s most controversial characters...

Review: ‘It Came from Beyond’ at St. Luke’s Theatre

Mid-century aficionados and other interested earthlings can take a time-traveling trip back to the ‘50s at St. Luke’s Theatre with the Off-Broadway premiere of...

Living Dolls: A Conversation With the Five Actors Who Breathe Life Into ‘Paper Dolls’...

Paper Dolls, the bittersweet new musical that opened at Mosaic Theater Company two weeks ago, has produced standing ovations—and laughter and tears—at every production...

Review: ‘Angels in America’ at the Neil Simon Theatre

London’s blockbuster National Theatre production of Angels in America - Tony Kushner’s sweeping two-part eight-hour epic about AIDS, politics, and gay life in America...

Review: ‘Noura’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company (Women’s Voices Theater Festival)

Imagine this: it is the night before Christmas. A silent snow blankets New York City, and inside a spare living room, a woman dozes...

Magic Time!: “My Job Is to Crack Open My Soul”: A Q&A with Justin...

Justin Weaks was recently named by the Washington Post one of DMV’s 12 “stage dynamos,” one of “the best of an emerging cadre of younger regional talent.” He...