The prize-winning play grapples with issues of trust and faith in relationships.
David Strathairn's spectacularly affecting performance as Jan Karski becomes not only an emotional but a moral experience.
At Shakespeare Theatre, this one-man play about a hero who bore witness to the Holocaust packs a wallop.
Pearl Cleage’s groundbreaking play features pioneering Black women overcoming daunting odds.
Two familiar works ease us back into the theater on a high note.
Imagined musings on the historically real friendship between Marian Anderson and Albert Einstein, two powerful voices for freedom.
The evening encourages us to engage with Dr. Ruth’s memories as well as to contemplate what might be our own.
A revue of beloved showtunes makes for a giddy reunion of artists and audience.
Lively and brilliant letters between George Bernard Shaw and the original Eliza Doolittle from before there was Zoom.
A powerful and transformative story full of heartbreak and hope.
A funny, scary adventure rife with incandescent ideas.
Celebrating 50 years of the National Cultural Center, the evening is hosted by six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald.
Best Medicine Rep channels women of a certain age ready for their next act.
The tale of a teen tomboy, set in the world of Mexican wrestling.
Terri Weagant juggles accents and body postures to give us five distinctly and flamboyantly desperate people we won’t soon forget.
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.
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.