Campy and heartwarming ‘Xanadu’ sparkles at Workhouse Arts Center

The show's creativity and charm will leave audiences nostalgic for the '80s and hoping for their own divine strange magic.

Alan Sharpe on making Black LGBTQ+ theater against the odds

Readings of his short plays on May 29 will mark the 30th anniversary of the African-American Theater Collective he founded.

UrbanArias’ ‘Why I Live at the P.O.’ is a glorious spoof...

The world premiere comedy about small town life in the South came and went in a flash, leaving laughter, applause, and hopes for a revival in its wake.

Alan Sharpe on making Black LGBTQ+ theater against the odds

Readings of his short plays on May 29 will mark the 30th anniversary of the African-American Theater Collective he founded.

The Kennedy Center’s 2022/23 season offers excitement for all ages

The lineup includes the return of the Broadway Center Stage series, thrilling Broadway plays and musicals, and exciting world premiere works for young people.

DC-area theaters unite to extend COVID mask and vax policies

Mask-wearing and proof of vaccination for artists, staff, and audiences will be required at least through July 31, 2022.

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with ‘Broadway by the Year’ favorite...

Tap dancing his way to fame since the tender age of five in his hometown of Reading, PA, actor/dancer/choreographer Danny Gardner made his Broadway...

ARTfactory’s fun, fast-paced ‘The Odd Couple’ was a comedic win

The good chemistry between Felix and Oscar had the audience laughing at them, with them, and for them.

The Kennedy Center’s 2022/23 season offers excitement for all ages

The lineup includes the return of the Broadway Center Stage series, thrilling Broadway plays and musicals, and exciting world premiere works for young people.