With outstanding performances all around, it's a memorable evening of entertainment.
A comical adult fairy tale with powerful and poetic implications for anyone in love in the face of mortality.
We get to hear how conservative Catholics think, and the experience is mind-blowing.
And several jokes in the script went over the heads of the little ones but elicited guffaws from the caregivers.
The humor in this one-woman show will make you laugh your worries away.
A popular triumph in London, Natasha Gordon’s beautiful debut play centers on a Jamaican funerary tradition of celebration and reverence.
A well-rounded cast of 10 talented actors delights the audience and honors most of the beloved characters and well-known songs.
The show, deeply rooted in its Blackness, is at its core a satire built upon the Black American experience.
Mlima’s magnificence is given powerful embodiment by actor Jeremy Keith Hunter, whose deeply committed performance anchors this production.
Despite some flaws in the musical, Toby's does a good job with it, and there is a great deal of talent on display.
A class of acting students act out life-changing dramas.
Tuyết Thị Phạm’s sardonic family drama echoes 'Look Who's Coming to Dinner.'
The physical theater's season opener explores the danger of leaders who raise armies in the destruction of an 'other.'
Restaging centers complexities of faith amid contemporary chaos.
When the would-be magician does tricks, weird and wonderful things happen.
Mental health, domestic violence, and the healing power of forgiveness are central themes in this relatable show.
The comedy about a cross-country journey is written, directed, designed, acted, and crewed almost entirely by women.
The 1897 zarzuela — a farce about couples at different ages and stages of love — gets an experimental-musical treatment and is a must-see for theater lovers.
A magical and hopeful evening of storytelling using traditions of Noh theater.
DC theater veteran B. Stanley returns to the stage as the fast-talking spirit of the former president — because 'Our democracy is in a dire strait.'