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The online festival, dreamed up by singer Mary McBride and supported by Arena Stage and others, offers up 40 playlets in both languages.
Playwright-performer Psalmayene 24 explores his relationship with his late father in his work in progress ‘Dear Mapel.’
Georgetown and Sojourn Theatre revive a 2008 live format online for the 2020 election and the covid-19 era.
Aaron Tveit running unopposed for best actor? All the best scores are for plays? Hmm.
The Tony-winning musical’s original cast is staging a benefit for the Democrats.
Covid-19 continues to thwart the staging of plays, and some insiders doubt a broad rebound will happen before 2022.
Round House Theatre hosts the opening stop of the “American Dreams” digital tour, through Oct. 11.
A new HBO documentary, “Siempre, Luis,” celebrates the playwright’s father. And, yes, “Hamilton,” too.
A collaboration with the Telephonic Literary Union, “Human Resources” is funny, biting — and yes, even poetic.
Produced in collaboration with the Telephonic Literary Union, the ‘audio anthology’ expands theatrical boundaries with four original works.
Solas Nua unveils “The Emoji Play” after six months of trial and error.
The first indoor performance at the arts center since March 13 was a night to remember.
Four winners from this year’s Helen Hayes Awards discuss the state of the D.C. theater community as the pandemic keeps live productions on hold.
A survey of theatrical enterprises, online and in the mail, including Acme Corporation’s “The Institute for Counterfeit Memory” and Olney Theatre Center’s “The Humans.”
“It takes an ice pick to this huge glacier of structural white supremacy,” says the artistic director of Ballet Hispánico, one of the grant recipients.
Actors’ Equity stresses urgency of the choice in departing from a nonpartisan posture.
Stories of the late Supreme Court justice’s devotion to theater and opera go on and on.
A spate of recent hires suggests that an industry roiled by Black Lives Matter may at last be responding.
Arena Stage and Studio Theatre debut films and videos that speak to the rawness of the moment: “Now reality is ahead of anything we can create.”
Playwright Psalmayene 24 hosts monthly online chats that celebrate culture “through a Black lens.”
The Shakespeare Theatre’s annual “Will on the Hill” fundraiser, this year online, underscores a glaring funding crisis.
Why reopening the nation’s premier theater district is far more arduous than anybody predicted.
D.C.’s Seaton Smith headlines two shows at the newly reopened comedy club.
With performance and training moving online, student dancers, musicians and actors are questioning whether to continue pursuing already highly competitive careers.
Zoom technique classes, rehearsing with masks and then, at last, “Back to work!” for a performance at Kaatsbaan in New York
“Stories of a Lifetime” jumps from off-Broadway to Audible, revealing glimpses of the CBS newsman on and off the job.
How a comedy of errors on Irish Twitter led to an honorary doctorate in hairdressing.
Michael Pastreich’s exit and the season cancellation arrive on the heels of covid-19 cases after the ballet’s June gala.
Deborah Rutter says action is needed to close $23 million budget gap from pandemic-related shutdown.
The revised schedule includes Broadway, dance, opera and orchestra events built around hope for a new phase of the pandemic.
Theater vets Warren Adams and T. Oliver Reid have teamed up with a philanthropist to find jobs for young black colleagues.