If you saw Nu Sass’s sock puppet version of Into the Woods: In Concert last year, you have probably already snagged reservations to this year’s Socky Horror Puppet Show. If you missed it, here’s a chance to make up for that mistake. Ten actors, puppets at the hand, are taking on all the characters and, yes, in Rocky […]
For everyone you know who says they don’t go to theatre because it’s too expensive – pass this along. This week, two of the shows which our critics think you should see had a top ticket price of just $10.
Theatres are offering some really good deals for your night out at the theatre. This one, from Living Social, really jumped out at us.
Theatre attendance on Super Bowl Sunday always takes a dip, and those might have been Carolyn Griffin’s thoughts when she came up with the idea a few years ago to offer a special ticket deal, and, giving a nod to the stay-at-homes, throw in what is now her famous chips and dip.
Joe Calarco’s groundbreaking play Shakespeare’s R&J breaks new ground again when it opens in the theatre more accustomed to the sights and sounds of Sondheim. Signature Theatre is producing the play (it’s first Shakespeare) in the round and in the MAX theatre.
This month, theatreWashington’s Show Tunes & Cocktails moves to Signature. Their invite: “We’re free of political sing to the rafters and kick off 2013 with a Show Tunes bang while sipping delicious Cocktails and clinking glasses with friends at Washington’s favorite monthly sing-a-long. Featuring pianist extraordinaire Glenn Pearson with special guest Maria Rizzo from Keegan […]
Take $20 off the ticket price to Apples from the Desert at Theater J, Saturday, January 5 at 3pm Jennifer Mendenhall and Michael Tolaydo are “a powerful pairing,” DC Theatre Scene. A poignant drama by Savyon Liebrecht about love and reconciliation, adapted by one of Israel’s most beloved authors from her own short story, this […]
Time for one more reading this year? Flying V Theatre (remember Me and Devil Blues?) will be performing a reading of a new play, The Library, by company member Lee August Praley.
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 […]
Raise your voices with a hearty “If I Were a Rich Man” “Sunrise, Sunset” and the rest of the beloved Jerry Bock/Sheldon Harnick Broadway score with the Fiddler on the Roof Sing-Along as the 1971 film starring Topol as Tevye plays on screen . Admission is free. The Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia, 8900 Little […]