Sing, Goddess, of the rage of Peleus’ son Achilles, the accursed rage that brought great suffering to the Achaeans. These cold winter nights are made for storytelling, for gathering in warm places and listening fervently to oft-told tales.
A Note from Lorraine Treanor Big problem – new solution. During the last month or so, DC Theatre Scene has faced some technical challenges in our effort to bring fresh theatre news to you. Some of these have been due to hacker attacks on our server, delivered at random by those who enjoy disabling sites […]
January 21, 2013 the nation pauses to witness the inauguration of President Barack Obama and to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr Day. In honor of these events, CENTERSTAGE will be making 100 Pay What You Can tickets available for their special performance on Jan 21st. Purchases must be made in person at the CenterStage box […]
Nearly 3,000 years after Homer first penned and, possibly, performed The Iliad, co-authors Lisa Peterson and the actor Denis O’Hare created a solo play from Homer’s ode to larger than life warriors, Olympian gods and man’s weakness for violence. Their adaptation is an intimate theatrical piece which returns to the oral tradition of a poet […]
This year, New Year’s Eve falls on Monday, the day when theatres are traditionally closed. But this year, you have ten chances to catch your last show of 2012 on New Year’s Eve and still have time to get where you’d like to be by the time the ball falls.
The Negev accounts for more than half of Israel’s land area. Extending over Israel’s southern region, this sparsely populated desert area has a rich history that stretches back thousands of years to nomads and Abraham. News from today’s Negev is often a grim reminder of ongoing conflicts with missile attacks and escalating tensions.