“Dear Evan Hansen,” the new musical that turned New York heads last week when it earned strong reviews in its current run at Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage, has mapped out a road to New York, with…
“Camp David,” the play about the peace deal brokered by Jimmy Carter at the 1978 Camp David conference, is targeting Broadway for an opening in the 2016-17 season. The play by Lawrence Wright — who…
WASHINGTON — The 2013-14 theater season in Washington, D.C. is shaping up to include a number of titles that might interest legiters in Gotham and beyond, with the recently announced pre-Broadway…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
"Pullman Porter Blues," a play with music co-produced by D.C.'s Arena Stage and the Seattle Repertory Theater, is an earnest effort to showcase the pivotal role of railroad pioneer George Pullman's…
Award-winning stage, film and TV actress Nan Martin who portrayed the snobbish mother in "Goodbye, Columbus" and had a recurring role on "The Drew Carey Show," died Thursday in Malibu. She was 82 and…
After a prolonged drum roll, Arena Stage will celebrate the return next fall to its newly reconstructed D.C. campus, reopening with "Oklahoma!"
Call it a magician's twist on musical theater's most enduring chestnut.
Anne Bogart, the inventive director of New York's SITI Company, propels a modest plot of self-discovery to the outer reaches of stylized storytelling in "Intimations for Saxophone," a never-produced…
Amidst the hoopla over the Kennedy Center's festival of plays by Tennessee Williams, Arena Stage has quietly mounted a sublime production of Williams' seldom-seen "Orpheus Descending." It's a…
Max Reinhardt's 1935 filming of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," is grist for Ken Ludwig's latest farce, a defiantly corny yet amusing escapade that is given a classy sendoff by Arena Stage. Chaos erupts…
Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage will preem a "new" Frank Loesser stage musical in April 2004.