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NSO presents plays a symphonic spectacular for kids at Kennedy Center

A concert a five-year-old would love, based on 'Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs,' the best-selling book by Mo Willems, with music by Ben Folds.

‘Parable of the Sower’ at Strathmore becomes a musical community ritual

Called a 'congregational opera' by its creators, Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon, the performance offered up a benediction of hope and faith.

Sexual tension runs high in ‘Closer’ at Silver Spring Stage

The bed-hopping is kinky, funny, freaky, the works in this co-production by Silver Spring Stage and Cogent Theater Collective.

Resisterhood is powerful in ‘The Revolutionists’ at Prologue Theatre

Under the surface of this comedy by Lauren Gunderson is a fervent purpose — the power of women who are willing to put their lives on the line for justice.

‘The Glass Menagerie’ at Rep Stage asks what it means to...

The excellent actors resonate with the memory play's rhythm and music.

Leslie Odom Jr. croons, audience swoons at GMU’s Hylton Performing Arts...

An evening of original songs, well-loved standards, and Aaron Burr’s greatest hits.

‘Dream Hou$e’ is exciting, biting satire at Baltimore Center Stage

The play begins as a Latinx family melodrama, spirals into the surreal, and will haunt you for a long time.

Havana-based Malpaso Dance Company steps out at The Clarice

Four pieces showcased ten dancers’ drive, indomitable spirit, and unassailable technical abilities.

NextStop’s free outdoor ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ delights and satisfies

Strong acting and effective scenic and sound design make the show a majestic evening.

‘Campaign ’72’ stirring tribute to Shirley Chisolm returns to THEARC

An inspiring bio-play about the African American woman who ran for president and wrote the book on what it means to persist.

Bougie Black single moms have their say in ‘The Mamalogues’ at...

Their honest emotion and tongue-in-cheek humor sweep the audience away.

‘The Other Side’ at KenCen turns a kids’ book into uplift

The five young dancers electrify the stage. It is impossible not to feel called to join in their fun and games.

GenOUT ‘Youth Invasion’ concert raised up LGBTQI+ teens

But it was the seniors of the Mosaic Harmony community choir who got things shaking.

Comedy and dance blend in ‘Coppélia’ at Ballet Theatre of Maryland

Dianna Cuatto’s choreography is full of lovely movements and comic moments.

‘Dreamgirls’ serves up the soul at Bowie State University

A musical that leaves your heart satisfied and ears delighted.

Intense “We declare you a terrorist…” detonates and resonates at Round...

Tim J. Lord's brilliantly written play references a tragic event during Russia's war on Chechnya when theatergoers in Moscow were held hostage.

Charming new play ‘Fiveplay’ depicts housemates with benefits

From the Coil Project comes an inviting show of possibility for polyamorous playmaking.

A rousing ‘Rocky’ scores a knockout at Toby’s Dinner Theatre

The musical based on Sly Stallone's boxing movie is staged with spectacle and heart.

‘In sex we trust’ say the acrobats in ‘AirOtic Soirée’

Now performing in DC at Hook Hall is a sensual cabaret combining circus and burlesque. Is it theater? Let's see.

The Puppet Co. gets edgy with ‘Fantastic Tale of Rumpelstiltskin’   ...

Welcome to a fractured fairy tale, kids. This is not your mama’s Rumpelstiltskin.