Michael R. Jackson's Pulitzer Prize–winning musical sings of a singular poet’s journey from self-loathing to self-respect.
In Artistic Director Timothy Nelson's knowledgeable hands, the device comes off not like a gimmick but as a doorway into discovery.
The play sings to us about the African American genius for finding a way to make a way out of no way.
Get a load of these fruitcakes — three wise-guy gals bearing timeless gifts of mirth
An evening full of stunning vocals and powerhouse performances.
Any child will love it. But so will any adult.
Ken Levine’s comedy has the virtue of not being a holiday warhorse.
The wonderful visual experience mimics the original so well it’s like being immersed in the cartoon.
An amazing production filled with energy, courage, and hope.
Heartfelt, ironic, and mystical writing, a beautiful production, and a historical backstory of religious persecution.
A rumination on identity, memory, death, life, and regeneration — a portrait of humanity captive to demons.
Highly enjoyable and full of spirit, a great way for your family to kick off the holiday season.
The Catholic University of America greets audiences with gusto in this charming operetta revue.
Based on the wildly popular memoir, a tender exploration of mortality and friendship.
Regional premiere of Lauren Yee’s play gives AAPI artists a shot.
This local gem of an opera company continues to attract top-tier talent.
Washington Stage Guild revives the extraordinary play written just before the end of apartheid in South Africa.
Buckle up for a musical about one of the greatest con men of all time.
The script gives an actor the opportunity for a sparkling display of comic virtuosity, and Jaclyn Young takes full advantage.
In these still difficult times, 'Rent' is a much-needed tonic for the soul.