The prominent community theater takes a swing at August Wilson's big-league drama.
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's 2021-22 lineup includes comedies, thrillers, mysteries, an August Wilson classic, and more.
The cast shares the musical's message with the audience in a warm embrace.
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.
A solid reason to return to live theater for an outlandish peek at the ups and downs of married life.
The updated script comes from the Broadway revival. The show can be enjoyed both live and online.
The young bicoastal company retells F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic story about how the realities of money and class impact the ability to dream.
Student actors will perform a whirlwind of excerpts from the Bard bookended with monologues, sonnets, or scenes performed by adults.
A fun tribute to Dungeons & Dragons, the production combines comedy with deep emotion.
It's not home alone on Zoom; it's live on stage where comedy belongs.
Funny, wistful, and heart-to-heart stories about the nostalgic power of women’s clothing.
A scrappy young theater company streams a fairy tale performed by an energetic, cute, and enthusiastic cast.
Lucas Hnath’s sequel to Ibsen’s classic raises thoughtful contemporary questions.
Maytag Virgin is Colonial Players of Annapolis’s first show since the pandemic forced theaters to close. Directed by Edd Miller, it is offered livestreamed...
Dear Elizabeth, performed by a two-person cast and streamed online by Vienna Theatre Company, is a feast for fans of 20th-century literature, or even...
By Laura W. Andruski, theater program coordinator, The Arts Barn The Montgomery Playhouse in cooperation with Arts on the Green is presenting a virtual performance of...