Theater

The fascinating, numbing banality of a ‘reality’ Chanukah

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Performance artist Brian Feldman invites you to his family's holiday table

A drama for the age of Kavanaugh

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Playwright Anna Ziegler talks to Lisa Traiger about 'Actually'

Former choir boy embraces role of villain in ‘Anastasia’

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PITTSBURGH — Jason Michael Evans is a nice guy, but lately, he seems to be typecast as a villain. “Maybe it’s because of my big,...

A musical oratorio of biblical proportions

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Without the pageantry, the Kurt Weill Festival’s ‘The Road of Promise’ feels static

Are audiences ready for ‘new’ Anne Frank?

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There’s a side of Anne’s story that early adaptations didn’t explore: a girl becoming a woman

A family drama about legacy, Jews and real estate hits home

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Steven Levenson’s ‘If I Forget’ feels right for right now

New theater brings old spirit to MoCo

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The tension is building in David Fialkoff’s North Potomac living room. “Your dreams are mad. The Jew is hated here and everywhere. You are false...

A ‘Universe’ that sheds only modest secrets

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The meeting of Albert Einstein and Marian Anderson is a muddle in Hub Theatre production

‘The Vagrant Trilogy’ sends a refugee on parallel narratives

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Family portrait is also a universal story in an era when displacement is occurring around the world

A Terezin opera’s fixation on death

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The camp commander felt that the unbridled satire, with its outlandish dictator, too closely resembled Hitler