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Ten-day festival promises joyous reunion for Baltimore's artistic community after pandemic hiatus.
Collaborative projects to be workshopped tackle the adaptation of a Hawaiian epic and a musical about women's gymnastics.
Belfast playwright's 'The Honey Trap' to feature film and stage star Jonathan Holmes in a psychological thriller about The Troubles of Northern Ireland.
A lineup of dynamic plays with global perspectives under new artistic director Elizabeth Dinkova.
The award-winning producing artistic director will step down in June after three shows centering community, journeys and homecoming.
2023 honorees include Omar Apollo, Café Tacvba, Cesar Conde, Siete Family Foods and Wisin.
The series of in-depth conversations about the history, challenges, and innovations of the local theater landscape will continue through March 2024.
Lineup includes zombies, robots, lake monsters, and much more.
The company's first show since its 2022 Capital Fringe production of Caryl Churchill's 'A Number' opens September 29 at the Writer's Center in Bethesda.
Composed by Jeanine Tesori with a libretto by George Brant adapted from his eponymous play, 'Grounded' stars mezzo-soprano Emily D'Angelo in her WNO debut.
Triune Entertainment's first full-length production is by celebrated author and Broadway insider Peter Filichia.
Six DC arts institutions present seven unique productions across 12 weeks under the umbrella of the festival, which also includes lectures, workshops, and other special events.
Tickets go on sale this week for highly anticipated production, opening January 26 at the Eisenhower Theater.
The Frederick, Maryland, company to feature two regional premieres and a brand-new holiday musical.
In celebration of National Recovery Month (September), the 'West Wing' stars will perform A.R. Gurney's unique two-character play three times only.
He invites you to star in the sequel to his 2015 Capital Fringe hit, 'Dishwasher.'
'There can never be enough queer romance in this world,' says the playwright, 'because the people deserve it.'
Headlining performers are Will Hines and Jim Woods, longtime performers from the Upright Citizens Brigade.
She will depart the company in summer 2024 after 30 years at the youth arts powerhouse.
Akerley joins Sara Barker and Alyssa Sanders on leadership team. Next up: Scripts in Play festival, a co-production with Longacre Lea, and a DC premiere.
The ghost of the first woman to run for U.S. president will be performed live by DC actor Sara Barker on August 18 and 20.
Lineup includes a Sondheim musical, two comedies receiving their DC premieres, and two audience favorites back by popular demand.
'Sylvia,' 'I and You,' 'The Gin Game,' and 'The Music Man' bring laughter, thought-provoking drama, and song to Annapolis.
The touring company has been on hold since the Omicron wave. Renovations to the Olney campus necessitate a further delay.
Revised renovation timeline, as well as updates to Folger's 2023/24 theater season, will be announced this fall.
New play by Pearl Cleage about Atlanta's first Black mayor is directed by Seema Sueko and features an all-local cast.
'Out of the Vineyard' brings to life interviews with descendants of enslaved families who filed lawsuits for their freedom in Prince George's County.
Directed by Reginald L. Douglas, 'Monumental Travesties' explores race, memory, and the often privileged act of forgetting.
ASC veteran actor Meg Rodgers to play Hamlet and Artistic Director Brandon Carter to play Ophelia.
'One Moment Now,' an immersive and theatrical aural-experience, can be heard at Eaton DC’s Baker’s Daughter.
The Helen Hayes–winning small company will conclude operations with its summer programming, followed by a celebration of 10 years making theater.