On Tuesday, Oct. 10, the DC theater community is invited to the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive’s (WAPAVA) Richard Bauer Award celebration at the Woolly Mammoth Theater, in an evening that includes dinner, entertainment, the awards presentations to Rick Foucheux and Amber McGinnis and an auction.
Georgia Snow of The Stage broke the news that Kwame Kwei-Armah, once his tenure as Artistic Director of Baltimore Center Stage ends this June, will become Artistic Director of The Young Vic in London.
Thanks to the Washington Post’s This is Your Brain on Art we understand what you and I have known all along – that nothing quite compares to live performaning. But great theatre can still be enjoyable on the big screen and on your own small screens. Below are some upcoming broadcasts by National Theatre Live and […]
Update – we have our winners. This contest is closed. Thanks to all who entered. More giveaways coming soon. We have 2 free pairs of tickets from Shakespeare Theatre Company to see Harold Pinter’s The Lover and The Collection at the Lansburgh Theatre.
Duane Johnson, who sexually assaulted Tricia McCauley and then murdered her as she tried to fight him off, has entered a plea agreement under which he will serve thirty years in prison for first-degree felony murder, U.S. Attorney Channing Phillips and DC Police Chief Peter Newsham jointly announced today.
The summer is winding down and families are seeing their schedules filling up with soccer games, school events and other commitments, but theatreWashington has planned a day that allows people to take a break from their busy schedules and enjoy some family fun.
While theatre communities across the nation were enjoying their dark Monday, Houston, Texas’ theatre community was in the middle of a natural disaster. As Hurricane Harvey continued to pound the city with torrential rains on the morning of August 28, 2017, pictures began circulating around Twitter of water approaching the Alley Theatre’s main entrance and […]
The Quotidian Theatre way-back machine will be in full operation this season, as the company’s four-play season starts in the present (or near-present) and catapults us back in time, landing eventually in Elizabethan England.
It will be time for the Women’s Voices Festival next January, but at Falls Church’s Creative Cauldron, every play in its 2017-2018 season will be an examination of the experiences of women — of all ages and stations.
WSC Avant Bard will bring some familiar names into its three-production 2017-2018 season.