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A hilarious farce, a psychological thriller, and a boisterous classic—all live and onstage again at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre.
The Helen Hayes Award–winning company reopens with a song cycle, a world premiere, and a new staging of an American classic.
The imaginative company's 2021–22 season launches October 7 with Will Eno's 'The Realistic Joneses.'
The theater and the Shakespeare library choose a leader with roots in community engagement.
The sensory-filled production takes children age 0–6 on a magical journey to the beach.
Memories and mortality echo through 'Laughter in the Shadow of the Trees'—a rediscovered BBC radio play by American playwright James Prideaux.
The company's 2021-22 lineup includes comedies, thrillers, mysteries, an August Wilson classic, and more.
A digital hybrid of literature, animation, and theatrical storytelling by DC-based artist Jeremy Keith Hunter and Dublin-based artist John King.
A sweet, soulful tale by award-winning playwright James Ijames that goes to the moon and back.
Policies in effect through December also mandate masks for audiences.
Lydia R. Diamond's adaptation of the acclaimed Toni Morrison novel explores the legacy of racism for a community, a family, and an innocent girl.
Shows include two world premieres, two area premieres, 'The Music Man' with a deaf-and-hearing team, and a groundbreaking 'Beauty and the Beast.'
Coming soon: projects put on pause because of the pandemic, a Pullitzer Prize–winning new musical, a live run of a streamkng hit, a national tour, and more.
A new dance by Roxann Morgan Rowley about resilience will be performed by dancers over 40.
The 2021–2022 season begins with three solo shows outside at The Boro, then returns to home stage for four premieres.
Beloved by audiences of all ages, 'The Miraculous Magical Balloon' tells of a traveling actor and his trunk full of toys, tricks, and surprises.
The local landmark for Latino performing arts announces three main stage productions, a flamenco festival, theater for young audiences, and more.
And 7 in 10 favor allowing only vaccinated patrons to attend.
In-depth cross-cultural collaboration and community engagement to include Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project and Youth Chorus pilot program.
The updated script comes from the Broadway revival. The show can be enjoyed both live and online.
The young bicoastal company retells F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic story about how the realities of money and class impact the ability to dream.
Highlights include the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, a three-dimensional graphic novel, a world premiere, and the new Victor Shargai Theatre.
The event September 10, 2021, commemorates the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
All-outdoor 2021 Summer Cabaret and Concert Series starts with Helen Hayes Award–winning star.
Three-show lineup includes a comedy, a musical, and a classic action adventure favorite.
A new adaptation with pop music, performed by Her Majesty & Sons al fresco.
Six-play lineup includes family hits, award-winning Broadway plays, updated American classics, and world premieres.
A love story that calls attention to Black-on-Black gun violence, the film is half music video, half graphic-novel-come-to-life.
Student actors will perform a whirlwind of excerpts from the Bard bookended with monologues, sonnets, or scenes performed by adults.
Coming soon to Shirlington: ‘RENT,’ ‘She Loves Me,’ ‘The Color Purple,’ two world premieres, a DC premiere—plus ‘KPOP' musical at the Anthem.
DC-area premiere of award-winning play about queering history.