This contemporary song cycle ingeniously chronicles the five-year life of a marriage, from meeting to break-up — and from break-up to meeting, depending on who’s telling the story.
Broadway veteran and Dr. Oz dance fitness guru, Stepp Stewart presents the World Premiere of Show-n-Tell, his brand-new high-energy soul-stirring musical for kids … and for the kids that still live in the hearts of their parents. When show-n-tell day arrives, most students are anxious to show their treasures to the class — except for […]
No Rules Theatre Company brings Neil LaBute’s dark comedy Some Girl(s) to the H Street Playhouse.
Stamp collecting is far more risky than you think. After their mother’s death, two estranged half-sisters discover a book of rare stamps that may include the crown jewel for collectors. One sister tries to collect on the windfall, while the other resists for sentimental reasons. In this gripping tale, a seemingly simple sale becomes dangerous […]
Washington Stage Guild performs this world premiere adaptation in its new home, the Undercroft Theatre, 900 Massachusetts Ave, NW.
Heralded as “an entirely new phase of musical art” when Scott Joplin played for its first performance in 1915, Treemonisha was rediscovered in the 1970s and went on to triumph on Broadway. Last seen in DC in 1976, the Washington Savoyards will present an all-new production of this “thoroughly American opera” for a new generation, […]
Art is the story of three friends, contemporary art, and the ties that bind and deconstruct us all. Originally written for three men, Nu Sass throws three women into the same situation, the same dialogue, the same play. Come see the changes gender may (or may not) make in an honest, brutal and unforgiving look […]
Chicago produced a president, and a string of corrupt governors; so who better to make fun of all of it than The Second City – celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. In Barack Stars, Chicago’s favorite son is given his satiric due, with an economy on the ropes and maybe just a touch of swine […]
Enzo and his wife, Mecha live in his father-in-law’s house. The recently married young man longs to smarten up his living quarters – at least with a can of paint – but his efforts clash headlong with his in-laws and their way of living.
Based on Puccini’s La Boheme, RENT is a rock opera that tells the story of one year in the life of friends living the Bohemian life in New York City in the late 1980’s.
In the midst of a howling blizzard, a busload of passengers holes up in a roadside diner outside Kansas City. On the bus is a nightclub chanteuse named Cherie, who is being pursued by Bo, a cowboy who wants to sling her over his shoulder and carry her off to Montana.
Sweet Sara Jane, alone at home, waits for her soldier husband to return from battle. After a few too many bourbons,