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A one-woman cabaret show about finding true love in the real world.
Jean Koppen’s must-see new play tackles aging, self-esteem, Alzheimer’s, and unlikely love.
A solo storytelling performance best described as 'Motorcycle Diaries' meets 'Eat, Pray, Love' set in Vietnam.
A Mt. Pleasant marijuana 'gifting' shop offers a window into the vast changes in the District.
A comedic drama that explores a teacher's romantic journey as she faces questions about her religious beliefs.
A fictional play based on facts is about his feelings and thoughts on that fateful day, September 11, 1973.
A live storytelling show where people in all types of bodies can share their triumphs, frustrations, and realizations.
The sung-through musical, smooth and well-executed, reflects the LGBTQ community, Judaism, coming out, and living life with pride.
The production was challenged by not only the pandemic but an earthquake.
By Winnie Dreisonstok The Washington National Opera presented “Carmen,” one of the mainstays in the opera repertoire. With themes of love, jealousy, and fate, Georges Bizet’s work is b…
'We worked together as a trio where ideas and roles overlapped and complemented each other. What a dream!'
The musical 'Side by Side by Sondheim' is performed by a cast who entertain, charm, and dazzle.
An evening of original songs, well-loved standards, and Aaron Burr’s greatest hits.
Alexandria’s only professional theater will be built into a chic condominium complex in Old Town North.
The musical at Maryland’s oldest HBCU to challenge how women and womxn occupy spaces.
By trusting their castmates and an ancient story, students took a leap of faith, channeled their grief, and began to heal.
Bleck passed away at the age of 60. Her loss is deeply felt by the Virginia theater community where she worked as a theater advocate, director, and founder of Zemfira Stage.
Never discount how world-class community theater can be when done correctly.
More than three dozen dramatists in an international initiative are bearing witness to the horrors of Putin’s war on Ukraine.
A world premiere Holocaust documentary based on interviews with survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators.
First written for Helen Mirren, the play about Queen Elizabeth II's meetings with her Prime Ministers will open during the Queen's 70th year on the throne.
Director Pauline Griller-Mitchell: ‘It’s been interesting to see how many children start off as bullies and turn into serial killers.’
Even though 30 years have passed, the tragic stories told in Anna Deavere Smith's powerful play could be headlines today.
A man awakens as a stranger, finds a bird companion, and embarks on a fantastical quest of self-discovery...
The comedy now running at Dominion Stage gets a critical look by its director and a cast member.
The executive director of The Washington Chorus calls on DC Metro performing arts organizations to make a vaccination policy rooted in respect.
As spring 2021 turned to summer, several of the Baltimore area theater companies had already returned to in-person performance while others were soon to follow, many taking advantage of thei…
A masterful solo performance about the man who tried to warn the Oval Office of the Holocaust.
Behind the scenes with the creative team at a theater-turned-soundstage as it wraps its first virtual season.
By Susan Galbreath Many of us have been asking, “What will our theaters look like when our community returns to a post-pandemic ‘normal’?” Mélisande Short-Colomb and her collaborato…
By Rebecca KirkmanTU Department of Theatre Arts Productions presents a collection of eight plays through March 27 What world do we want to create? How do we take the next steps together? …