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Magic Time!: DC Theater’s Whopping Wayfinding Problem

When I, a longtime theater buff, moved to DC nearly a dozen years ago, I discovered something weird: The Metro DC theater scene is...

Who’s getting DC theaters to do the work that undoes racism?

Among consultants working with local arts organizations to end racist and oppressive practices, Young Playwrights' Theater is playing a leading role.

A Q&A with Matthew Gardiner on his new gig at Sig

"What is important in this moment for Signature," says its new artistic director, "is how we are creating a culture of consent going forward."

Signature Theatre picks Matthew Gardiner as AD, sets 2021/22 season

Coming soon to Shirlington: ‘RENT,’ ‘She Loves Me,’ ‘The Color Purple,’ two world premieres, a DC premiere—plus ‘KPOP' musical at The Anthem.

A Juneteenth benchmark of local #WeSeeYouWAT action

A measure of antiracist work underway and a reminder of work yet to be done.

Broadway closure extended again, through the remainder of 2020

The Broadway League has just announced another extension of the cancellation of Broadway performances due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ticket refunds and exchanges on...

Page-to-Stage New Play Festival: Brave Soul Collective and African-American Collective Theater

Two of DC’s most important independent theater collectives bearing witness as black artists to #BlackLivesMatter are Brave Soul Collective and African-American Collective Theater (ACT). Both...