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A play about the unknowability of love and the mysteries of mathematics.
Washington Stage Guild presents a free online performance of letters between George Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the original Eliza Doolittle.
The Fredericksburg, VA, venue's 2021–22 season is underway, featuring musicals, farces, mysteries, and beloved classics.
Aladrian C. Wetzel’s new adaptation of 'Rachel' by Angelina Weld Grimké to be offered both in person and streaming.
A darkly comic riff on Shakespeare's Richard III features a high school kid bullied because of his cerebal palsy.
Site-specific work imagines a metaphorical world of immortality.
Due to 'pandemic-related logistical challenges,' the Broadway-bound show won't stop at The Anthem.
National Symphony Orchestra program to commemorate 9/11, reflect on loss from COVID, and honor frontline workers.
Season kicks off with debut of Broadway-bound Britney Spears musical.
The search for the next singing superstar comes to Washington, DC, as American Idol holds open virtual auditions Wednesday, September 8, 2021. During this season’s first round of American …
Stars from Broadway and national touring companies to perform September 10 in honor of 9/11 anniversary.
'Working, A Musical' — with music by Stephen Schwartz, Micki Grant, Lin-Manuel Miranda — to play three weekends in Black Lives Matter Plaza.
Live laughs to come at new location.
Two productions cut short by COVID will be revived: Lauren Gunderson’s ‘Ada and the Machine’ and Tennessee Williams’s ’Suddenly Last Summer.'
The company "is reaching beyond its comfort zone" with "a fully multiethnic, intersectional selection of plays."
Seven-show lineup to traverse the globe, discovering along the way stories of revolution, redemption, and revelation.
...and it wasn’t the Marquis de Lafayette.
The company announces a season at its new home featuring plays by Ayad Akhtar, August Wilson, and Edward Albee.
Five transporting mainstage shows plus new partnerships, initiatives, and programs.
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.'