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At Mosaic’s ‘Eureka Day,’ a class in laughs and spats is...

The five adults seated onstage in a children's classroom each have a kid enrolled in this  private day school, which like the play we're...

‘A Holiday Pops! with Leslie Odom, Jr.’ brings holiday cheer to...

The NSO Pops helped to make our spirits bright with its annual Christmas concert featuring Tony and Grammy Award-winning Leslie Odom, Jr. and a...

‘Come from Away’ emphasizes joy: Canadian musical lights up Kennedy Center’s...

Every September 11, America mourns the tragic events that astonished and saddened people around the globe in 2001: the attack on New York's Twin...

The appeal of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ endures at The National...

Fiddler on the Roof, the quintessentially Jewish musical about keeping one’s balance in changing times, remains ebullient and undiminished in its eternal appeal. At the...

4615 Theatre Company presents ambitious adaptation of Irish legend in ‘Infinite...

If the notion of compressing 900 years of Irish mythology into a single two-hour show sounds like a lot to take on, that’s because...

Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents a gorgeous ‘Nutcracker’ at Maryland Hall...

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s production of The Nutcracker at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is a real treat for the senses. Choreographed by...

Creative Cauldron presents ‘Madeline’s Christmas’ for some wholesome holiday cheer

In what is becoming a delightful Christmas tradition, Creative Cauldron reprises their holiday production of Madeline’s Christmas. The lighthearted musical is based on the...

Mosaic Theater’s ‘Eureka Day’ puts immunization in the hot seat

In Samoa, 68 people – mostly children – have died of measles in recent weeks, victims of an abysmally low immunization rate resulting, in...

‘I Take Your Hand in Mine’ by Taffety Punk Theatre Company...

A matchless, hypnotic portrait of love. A seductive vision of two lives tangled up in blues with too many tough nights apart as each...

‘Peter Pan and Wendy’ at Shakespeare wows with wonder in a...

J. M. Barrie imagined a lot when he wrote his 1904 play about the boy who wouldn't grow up, but he could not have...

‘Men on Boats’ rewrites the rules at Baltimore Center Stage

Men On Boats is American history as it needs to be retold: Without a white man in sight. Despite writing a historical play focused...

Synetic Theater’s ‘The Snow Queen’ sparkles

The lights reveal a figurine on a pedestal—regal, decked head to foot, shimmering, amid the mist. Slowly, cautiously, with a twitch here and a...

IN Series’ ‘L’Enfance du Christ’ follows the Holy Family’s journey as...

Hector Berlioz’s mid-19th-century L’Enfance du Christ is not quite an oratorio in the most familiar sense of that term. Nor is it quite an...

‘Holiday Singin’ Pops’ kicks off the holiday season at Strathmore

To kickstart the Christmas season, the National Philharmonic and the National Philharmonic Chorale performed Holiday Singin’ Pops at the Music Center at Strathmore with...

‘Murder on the Orient Express’ thrills at Everyman Theatre

All Aboard! Get your ticket for Everyman Theatre’s Murder on the Orient Express and enjoy a visually striking whodunnit that is twisty-turny fun for...

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington jump-starts the season with ‘The...

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC (GMCW) opens the holidays with humor and beauty, power and reverence – and balloons! Upon entering the...

IN Series’ ‘L’enfance du Christ’ offers all-comers respite, transcendence, unity

How history will judge us for this administration’s treatment of Central American migrant children, I often wonder. And yet, our record of abuse against...

The Second City’s ‘She The People: The Resistance Continues’ levels the...

The good news? The Second City’s sharp-witted She The People: The Resistance Continues is back at Woolly Mammoth for another rollicking production of top-notch...

Encore Stage & Studio’s ‘CSI: Christmas Scene Investigators’ is a comedic...

You know it’s going to be a long night when Santa Claus goes missing. Either Stage Manager Meaghan Leahy made a whopper of a...

‘The Day’ at the Kennedy Center captures the moment: an intimate...

Ropes hang, partitioning off a raised platform that is a ramp. Curiosity rises in dimension with the angle of the ramp, a shiny black...

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