Adventure Theatre-MTC will reach into classic stories to create its five-show 2018-2019 season, the company announced. Included will be two world premiere musicals co-produced with outstanding theater companies outside of the DC area.
The Capital Fringe Festival, DC’s annual theatrical adventure into the new, the innovative, the small, and the off-the-wall, is now open to the ticket-buying public. Here’s what you need to know: WHEN IS IT? Fringe runs from July 7 to 29. That last week will reprise favorite Fringe shows. WHAT’S THE LINEUP? Show descriptions and […]
The Rainbow Theatre Project, dedicated to producing art which captures the experience of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, will present a five-production sixth season which includes a cabaret and a work from one of America’s greatest playwrights. The season will begin with Siegmund Fuchs’ In the Closet, a story about four gay men, each […]
For its 11th season, Tyson’s 1st Stage will have a war story, a story about the aftermath of a war, a story about a tragic war fought in a high school, a story about a man returning from prison life — and a story about a wedding. Plus: a festival of solo performances.
In Series, for many years under the leadership of its founder Carla Hübner, will begin its first season with Timothy Nelson as Artistic Director this September, mashing great composers up with great writers, updating old texts and giving them new meaning, and, for the holidays and the new year, bringing us some old favorites.
Forum Theatre, long noted in DC for its raw and politically provocative theatermaking, has elected to cease operations, effective immediately.
From the theater that prodded, poked, and provoked for nigh on forty years rose the unlikeliest of DC’s hallowed institutions and its leader – Howard Shalwitz. Many from the Woolly Mammoth herd gathered together Monday night to pay tribute to the man. The occasion of Shalwitz’ announced retirement had sparked the altogether curious affair. Though […]
The seven shows hosted by the National Theatre next season will be either straight from New York or heading there.
Washington theatre’s most glamorous night out – The Helen Hayes Awards 2018, May 14, 2018 at The Anthem, as seen through the lens of Ryan Maxwell. Recognize anyone? Help us caption their photos (see below) Add a caption
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