He slayed the audience for over an hour and got a standing O.
The acclaimed production of James Baldwin's classic is back for two weeks only.
Facing a deficit due to COVID and calls for social justice reckonings, the Center celebrates the centrality of the arts to our democracy.
A man who imagines he's Don Quixote runs after adventure and tilts the world.
The actors are all in top form, but we don’t learn enough about their characters to become invested in what happens to them.
A play deeply attuned to the ways people from disparate backgrounds interact and feel, it will bring you straight to the essence of what it is to be human.
Spanish actress Mabel Del Pozo brilliantly creates a portrait of a woman who struggles with but finally eludes how society would fix her.
In a video they devised, young people show the critical thinking, problem solving, and empathy we need to get us out of the mess we are in.
An early 20th-century play set against recent murders of Black men.
You don’t need to be a baseball fan to be inspired by this amazing story.
A gutsy and gifted project called Working in DC puts on an ebullient show to remind us of the everyday dignity of work.
A heartwarming show with a powerful message based on Madeleine L’Engle’s classic.
A lively reprise of the first show on its stage 41 years ago with the parables updated to the minute.
A triumphant 90-minute concert headlined by Renée Elise Goldsberry and Brian Stokes Mitchell.
Her High Priestess of the Sax persona with a Miles Davis sense of cool riveted the pumped-up crowd.
The making of 'Sunday in the Park with George' was not a walk in the park.
Three of DC's finest actors in an audio play about family, memories, and mortality.
A silly and light children's musical full of joy and hope.
Originally seven short episodes, Dalia Taha’s trenchant play about Palestinian life under occupation has been re-released as a 75-minute virtual production.