1 Actor . 12 Characters . 1,000 Catastrophes International Commedia dell’Arte specialist Matthew R. Wilson transforms a bare stage into a raucous world of young lovers, squabbling old men, boasting soldiers, and dim-witted servants. The entire town is thrust to the brink of tragedy (even forcing Wilson to duel himself!) before love prevails, normalcy is […]
Landless Theatre extends its Helen Hayes Recommended High Fidelity for two more performances, March 26 & 27 at 8pm. The show, which sold out its last weekend at DCAC, moves into a new venue – the Warehouse Theater. Rob Gordon, a Brooklyn record shop owner in his thirties, always observing rather than participating in life, […]
Causing a national sensation, London playwright Polly Stenham was just 19-years-old when she wrote this shocking story about a violent encounter at an all-girls school and its startling ramifications.
This one-man show tells the story of a callous American reporter for a Kansas newspaper who discovers dirt on a Congressman, controls the story, and, in turn, destroys the politician’s career and life.
Fifty years ago, on Feb. 1, 1960, four students sat down for lunch, and stood up for their rights. Join us for new theatre adaptation of the original National Museum of American History’s interactive program
This delicate yet profound story of love, loss, yearning, illusion and escape continues to fascinate audiences six decades after its premiere.
Liam Heylin’s new play is the story of two brothers trying to survive beyond the shadow of their past.
The familiar musical story is expanded into a lively theatrical version, with bold movement and original songs.
Grease, Time Magazine’s 2007 pick for “#1 musical of the year,” is rockin’ across the country in this new production direct from Broadway. Take a trip to a simpler time of poodle skirts, drive-ins, and T-birds.
In this loose retelling of Euripides’ Medea, Marina Carr (Woman and Scarecrow, Portia Coughlan) blends the mythic with the modern,
6,000 years… One terrible choice… One second to make it.
Piano-playing political satirist Mark Russell returns to Ford’s Theatre with material ripped from today’s headlines.