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‘The Tempest’ at Round House is big, bold, and magical

The show is brimming with tricks, a feast for the eyes and ears, and more than the sum of its exceptional parts.

Kid-friendly ‘Rapunzarella White’ at Best Medicine Rep is a fairytale mashup

Where the show really shines is its musical elements, and the cast is phenomenal.

Tap dancers steal the show in ‘White Christmas’ at Classic Theatre...

The dazzling score by Irving Berlin features well-known standards that invite feet to dance.

‘Tootsie’ is a stunner on tour at Capital One Hall

You will laugh until your side hurts and walk out with a smile on your face.

Embrace curiosity. Rorschach Theatre’s ‘Dissonant City’ begins.

A package of items mailed to your home prompts an out-of-the-box outside experience

In ‘Bluey’s Big Play,’ a hit TV show for kids comes...

For parents, a delight of the show is the squeals coming from the tots on our laps.

Humor, tears, and song combine in ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ at...

This musical based on the beloved film is a cozy show for the greatest time of year.

Britten’s spooky ‘Turn of the Screw’ typifies Opera Baltimore’s creativity

This semi-staged concert opera presentation was a wonderful introduction to the phenomenal company's range of work.

Wit is on dazzling display in ‘Major Barbara’ at Washington Stage...

Director Steven Carpenter and his talented cast bring us a beguiling and highly nuanced version of one of George Bernard Shaw’s finest plays.

In a bubble of cheer, ‘The Day You Begin’ debuts at...

Kids prepare to start school in a new musical that's big on empowerment and inclusivity.

Uplifting American classic ‘The Rainmaker’ triumphs at 1st Stage

At the center of this emotionally charged story is Tamieka Chavis as Lizzie Curry, and her performance shines.

Can you believe it? Alex Edelman laughs at #whiteness at Woolly.

In 'Just for Us," the comedian sends up antisemitic white supremacists. And he is so sly about it, you will double over in laughter before it hits you.

Outstanding acting as Black pioneers in ‘Flyin’ West’ at Bowie State...

Great storytelling about indomitable Black women and men of the Old West in a student production of the play by Pearl Cleage.

The theater gods are shining on Sondheim’s ‘Into the Woods’ at...

A deliciously detailed production encompassing the deepest emotions of one of the greatest works of American musical theater.

‘Chicago’ at the National is as splendiferous as ever

The live orchestra is hot. The performers are stunning. And the vibe is absolutely titillating.

This just in: STC’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ is dazzling and...

Shakespeare Theatre Company whips up a high-spirited new take on the beloved comedy.

Heartfelt hilarity among two castaway couples in Andy Weld’s ‘Stranded’

At DC Arts Center, a charming and witty foray into a time-honored ‘what if?’ scenario.

Nomadic Theatre’s ‘Rent’ visually dazzles at Georgetown

These students' monumental efforts and love for their work shine as brightly as I’ve ever seen.

‘Pirates of Penzance’ showcases Virginia Opera’s strengths and charm

The Gilbert and Sullivan opera enjoys delightful singing and comic timing.

Fresh and fun ‘Beauty and the Beast’ returns to Olney Theatre...

After COVID forced a pause, the acclaimed and inclusive production is back.