Amanda Abrams leads this week’s arts section with her profile of Paul Emerson, an ambitious dance presenter whose last company, CityDance, folded in 2011—-and whose new group, Company E, makes its D.C. premiere next week. Trey Graham reviews Signature’s Really Really and Round House’s Next Fall—-two plays about personal crises in which the questions really count. Rebecca J. Ritzel reviews GALA Hispanic Theatre’s Ana en el Tropico, which transplants some Russian melodrama to Prohibition-era Miami. Tricia Olszewski reviews two very different films about war and men who make it—-Ralph Fiennes‘ adaptation of Coriolanus and the action/romantic comedy This Means War. David Dunlap Jr. listens to the sophomore album of comic-book rapper Adam WarRock. And in One Track Mind, Mike West talks with local jazz singer Lena Seikaly.