The writer-director explains why his play about young Black gay men is titled after the movie about Black women friends.
The playwright calls the rom-com a 'love letter' to the 'scrappy' West African film industry.
Underscoring the power of art to address controversy and national crisis, the production warrants serious and major attention.
Amid charges of toxic leadership, the board puts Artistic Director Richard Henrich on leave... but only from certain duties.
Now streaming, the series invites audiences to step inside the process of new play development.
The Broadway actor and singer—known for her roles as Ma Rainey and Ella Fitzgerald—on the most sophisticated play she's ever been in.
Readings of his short plays on May 29 will mark the 30th anniversary of the African-American Theater Collective he founded.
Problems at the DC company are rooted in the harmful leadership practices of Artistic Director Richard Henrich and a board that fails to stop his abuses of power, say multiple artists who have worked at the theater.
The world premiere comedy about small town life in the South came and went in a flash, leaving laughter, applause, and hopes for a revival in its wake.
"It’s wonderful after being told no so much to turn around and tell people yes," Estefan says of her storied career.
What it was like to be there when the stars came out for the former 'Daily Show' host.
A poignant, tender play is the company's second world premiere of the season.
She and three other former princesses will perform Disney hits with the National Symphony Orchestra for two days only at the Kennedy Center.
He performs candid standup about being Black, Filipino, and Queer, in his 'Crossroads, Detours, and Exits,' premiering May 4.
Director Joseph Ritsch and Dramaturg Khalid Long on how race, queerness, gender, and ability intersect in Tennessee Williams's classic.
If diversity is a goal, new work is required, says Naysan Mojgani, curator of the company's National Capital New Play Festival.
The musical at Maryland’s oldest HBCU to challenge how women and womxn occupy spaces.
In a courtroom packed with wisecracking legal celebs, lawyers for Margaret and Hero from 'Much Ado' duked it out.
By trusting their castmates and an ancient story, students took a leap of faith, channeled their grief, and began to heal.