Current and past winners of the Theatre World Awards, given to exceptional performers making their Broadway or New York stage debuts, offer their take on the season just past, sometimes in a single word.
Just announced – Howard Shalwitz will be leaving his position as the artistic head of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, a position he has held for nearly forty years, at the end of the 2017-2018 season.
UPDATE: All tickets are gone. The giveaway is closed. Thanks to the generosity of Creative Cauldron, we can award 15 pairs of tickets to the closing weekend of the new musical Kaleidoscope.
Capital Fringe Festival has posted its schedule a few weeks early to give Fringe fans the chance to make plans and take advantage of money saving offers. This year, Capital Fringe runs from July 6 – 30, three weeks for all shows plus an invitation-only extension week.
After the 3 hour Helen Hayes Awards ceremony on Monday, May 15th, the crowd had plenty of energy for the after party celebration at the 9:30 Club. All photos by Ryan Maxwell. For a nice, big image, click the photo, then click once again. Help us caption the party photos. Spot someone you know? Email us their names, […]
This year’s ceremony was held at the historic Lincoln Theatre with E. Faye Butler and Lawrence Redmond as co-hosts, followed by an after-party hosted at Washington’s legendary 9:30 Club Our coverage will continue soon: Christopher Henley promises something a little unexpected from his visits with the guests. And Ryan Maxwell was at the 9:30 Club to capture the cast […]
King Charles III, a filmed adaptation of the London production of Mike Bartlett’s Tony-nominated play, airs this Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. EDT as a one-off episode of PBS’s Masterpiece Theatre. The play was a success on the West End and on Broadway, with Timothy Pigott-Smith in the lead role. Here in DC, Robert Joy played the […]
The Rainbow Theatre Project, whose ambition it is to present “plays and musicals that reflect the unique experiences, interests and history of the LGBTQ community,” has announced a 2017-2018 season composed of two full productions and two staged readings.
Imagination Stage will fill the minds of its young audiences in 2017-2018 with the classics — some of them with a twist — but will start its season with a fresh play about a young girl who seeks to rescue her family by becoming a quiz show whiz.
Compass Rose Theater, from their intimate Annapolis, MD space, will be offering a 2017-2018 season which will examine large issues, historical turning points, and the yearning of people for freedom, truth, and security. Plus romance.