We created this year’s Valentines by pairing images to lines or lyrics from four shows from this year’s season – The Humans, Twelfth Night, All the Things You Are: Jerome Kern, The Late Wedding – and from Merrily We Roll Along, for our tribute to Joel Markowitz. We hope you enjoy these Valentines and will share them with […]
Congratulations to DC based set designer, Paige Hathaway, the go-to designer for many DC area theatre companies, who will be the recipient of Live Design’s 2018 Rising Star Award to be presented at the USITT Conference & Stage Expo in Fort Lauderdale, FL, March 14-17, 2018.
The 2018 Helen Hayes Awards nominations were announced Monday night by theatreWashington. Round House Theatre was the most nominated company with 22 nominations. The most nominated production with the Spanish language production of In the Heights garnering 18 nominations for GALA Hispanic Theatre.
Update: This contest has closed. The winners have been notified. Two lucky readers and their guests will have the chance to attend opening night of the smash Broadway musical, Something Rotten!, Tuesday, February 6 at The National Theatre.
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Despite the shutdown of the federal government, Jefferson’s Garden will continue its full run (January 19 to February 8) at Ford’s Theatre. The concern arose when Congress was unable to reach an agreement to keep the government funded on Friday night, January 19th, forcing the shutdown. Ford’s Theatre operates with a private/public partnership between Ford’s […]
The greatest sign of stability in a culture is, paradoxically, its ability to absorb change. There was a collective holding of breath when Joy Zinoman announced her retirement in 2009; could Studio stand the absence of its only Artistic Director? We needn’t have worried. Studio’s fine, and so are we.
“Here’s strength to your elbow Success in your art Here’s pearls in your oyster And me in your heart.”
One last curtain call for these performers whose perfectly crafted moments linger indelibly in our memories. The ensemble of Burning Doors, Belarus Free Theatre There is no word for Burning Doors other than indelible. As powerful as it can be to witness outstanding performances that concern repression and torture and dehumanization, it is overwhelming to witness […]
This past Sunday in the Washington Post, I read of the pivotal moment in one great writer’s life. It was when he saw the Broadway play, Man of La Mancha. He fell in love, he said, with Don Quixote, and with all things quixotic. So if you see a little of Cervantes’ handiwork in the […]