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An appeal to Kennedy Center to resurrect the annual new play festival, from a playwright whose work got a boost at this vital event. By PATRICK FLYNN
The charming Disney musical about a mom-and-daughter life swap captures the heart of audiences.
“Music from the Studio Ghibli Films” featured animations from the works of the legendary Hayao Miyazaki and his Studio Ghibli, with their accompanying soundtracks conducted by the compos…
A tour-de-force of turning tragedy into comedy.
The combination of dark comedy and suspense captivates from start to finish.
Arts on the Green and Silver Spring Stage present Lauren Gunderson's imagined confab among four opinionated historical women.
Prince William Little Theatre and the Manassas Symphony Orchestra deliver a captivating performance showcasing the talents in their community.
A lighthearted evening of operatic arias featuring five friends living different versions of the gay American love experience
Brilliant one-woman show peels back layers of the complicated life of the plaintiff known as Jane Roe in the Roe v. Wade legal decision.
Capital Fringe award-winning international comedian Erick Acuña teams up with some of DC's funniest improvisers for a rollicking whodunit that leaves audiences laughing out loud.
No one and nothing will be left unmocked in this show.
'I’m not alone in my battle with skin cancer; I have much to say about my experience.'
A loud-mouthed political wife blows the whistle on the Watergate burglary, bringing down a president and (nearly) all his men.
An homage to her hilarious characters and the story of a brave woman who used humor and laughter to get through the struggles of a life cut short.
A solo show that explores the life of the controversial plaintiff in Roe vs. Wade.
A fictional play based on the semi-real, fully imagined life of a Black Mississippi woman living in Washington, DC.
An interactive solo show aiming to please audiences as it takes an honest, vulnerable look at women, sex, and spirituality.
Three literary legends — Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Zelda Fitzgerald — converge on an evening of emotional upheaval.
'Fast, loud, and funny has been our mantra for the show. We wanted a comic piece that features the grit of contemporary gay culture.'
A music buff previews Bob Bartlett's new rom-com about browsing for records and romance, performed in a local neighborhood record store.
Pearl Cleage's entertaining and insightful play was inspired by early-20th-century African American social clubs.
This stage adaptation reinforces the timelessness of her profound storytelling.
Artistic advisor Christine Maxted gives a glimpse into the upcoming production.
A powerful story based on Arthur Miller's play at a time when new shadows loom and fear of the unknown and outsiders is on the rise.
Meet the proud director and composer of this triple-nominated theater for young audiences, Kathryn Chase Bryer and Deborah Wicks La Puma.
A stylized staging of poetic playlets written by William Butler Yeats as Ireland fought for independence.
A rock ’n’ roll homage to African American music and a show loaded with satire and humor.
Despite the white playwright's paper-thin portrayal of Black characters, the cast's performances are brilliant.
This troupe of students performed like the seasoned professionals they aspire to become.
Director Rikki Howie Lacewell does with Black history what more artists should: complicate, elevate, and force us to reflect on our varied roles.
Premiering April 20 to 23 at George Mason, the play germinated from her pilgrimage to the Grand Canyon in mourning.