A touring production of Broadway hit “The Book of Mormon” and local revivals of "Hello Dolly!" and "Glengarry Glen Ross" were each multiple winners April 21 at the Helen Hayes Awards, the D.C. area's…
With the legit producing landscape and the nation's network of nonprofit theaters evolving in major ways over the years, the 37-year-old Humana Festival of New American Plays may not occupy the same…
WASHINGTON — Signature Theater's sassy revival of "Dreamgirls" and Folger Theater's wild western take on "The Taming of the Shrew" drew top laurels April 8 at the Helen Hayes Awards, D.C.'s annual…
Fox's wildly popular prehistoric toon series shows no sign of extinction in "Ice Age: Continental Drift," an amusing, adds-nothing fourth chapter in which Manny and his woolly mammoth family find…
D.C. regional Woolly Mammoth Theater, which specializes in envelope-pushing contempo plays, has unveiled a new $4 million fundraising campaign to help fund the new work that is the troupe's bread and…
The Kennedy Center production of the tuner "Ragtime" and the Shakespeare Theater Company and Goodman Theater's modern version of "King Lear" were the top winners Monday at the Helen Hayes Awards.
Playwright-actor Danai Gurira earns a reputation for hard-hitting drama.
Bigger and even more chaotically crowded than its predecessor.
In "Maria/Stuart," a modern family is inflicted with animosities loosely borrowed from England's Queen Elizabeth I and her cousin, Mary Queen of Scots, as depicted in German author Friedrich…
Playwright David Adjmi is quickly building a reputation for unvarnished presentations of offbeat and disturbing themes.
With considerable understatement, a principal character sums up Homer's "The Odyssey" as "Epic story short" in playwright Melissa James Gibson's one-act play, "Current Nobody," receiving its world…