Wrestling with themes of love and sense of self, the entire Howard Players cast surrenders to the story. By WHIT DAVIS
Voices from the creative team of an original production at Bowie State University about protecting Black businesses. By MALEAH DIGGS
The play takes place in Cuba at a time of deprivation, but director Fatima Quander makes sure that beauty and comfort share center stage. By GREGORY FORD
'R.U.R.,' a dramatic adaptation of Karel Čapek’s classic sci-fi tale, is a powerful reminder that technological advances can have unintended consequences. By CHARLES GREEN
Amid dazzling lights and vivacious energy, a new musical featuring GU students and local talents feels delectably cozy. By HAILEY WHARRAM
The cast and creative team understand Pinter's play and its logic-defying emotional arc but not often enough to maintain a continuous magnetism. By JACOB CANSLER
The legacy of the Theatre Department lives on: The ensemble gave performances worthy of gossip over Sunday dinner. By WHIT DAVIS
Professionally directed by Shanara Gabrielle and Angelisa Gillyard, American University actors mash up mythologies to a sharply funny and insightful effect. By CAROLINE BOCK
In Kimberly Belflower's comedy drama, Georgetown students portray the difference between a predator's honor and the meaning of a woman’s life. By SOPHIA HOWES
Georgetown Playwright Camila Madero imagines a platform and process that allows her father — an Argentine exile — to talk about his experiences. By GREGORY FORD
The tale of office woman power at George Mason University's School of Theater will leave you humming and smiling. By DANA ROBERTS
An AU alum revisits the new-student showcase she once performed in: 'And it’s still all about angsty college kids’ experiences at the end of the day.' By DANIELLA IGNACIO
Commemorating the 25th anniversary of his murder, students at George Washington University stage a new production of 'The Laramie Project.' By D.R. LEWIS
Students share the exuberance of their 'musical theater boot camp' experience. By GREGORY FORD
Brilliant comic timing and choreography elevate this uproarious production.
DC's native music genre inspires a season of cutting-edge performances by Theater and Performance Studies Program and Black Theatre Ensemble.
This fun musical about inclusivity resonates today just as when it premiered on Broadway in 2018.
The highly enthusiastic and energetic cast had a blast.
Seeing these nine student performers interpret the art form of puppetry is delightfully entertaining.
This troupe of students performed like the seasoned professionals they aspire to become.