'It’s risky to get on stage and be that vulnerable,' says the playwright, glam rocker, and trans advocate. 'It’s powerful, but it’s risky.'
The new artistic director and self-described 'new play development junkie' talks candidly about 'producing from a spirit of joy.'
'Our kids have been on screens 24/7 the past two years. I wanted to involve them live and in person whenever we could.'
'I want to create theater for people to see themselves on stage...a world where diversity thrives.'
The rising star who plays Vivian tells how the musical has been revised since its Broadway run and how her character will be different from the movie.
Imagine if great music by diverse composers were presented not as special but rather as totally normal.
From the folks who created sock-puppet 'Urinetown' comes a comedy band called The Bingle Jells.
The young chamber music group begun by two Juilliard alums has already sold out monthly performances.
The digital project was created by playwright John Becker to generate work opportunities and compensation for local artists.
A man awakens as a stranger, finds a bird companion, and embarks on a fantastical quest of self-discovery...
In rehearsal for August Wilson's 'Seven Guitars' at Arena Stage, the renowned director opens up about the future of theater and America.
'I put in as much music as I could because kids need to be exposed to as much good music as they can.'
Atypical tunes with lyrics to bring comfort, light, and hope at a dark time.
Regina Aquino, David Bryan Jackson, and Serge Seiden talk about time and its loss and life's precious moments.
In 'Dry Bones' the company tells stories of citizens returning from incarceration.
The comedy now running at Dominion Stage gets a critical look by its director and a cast member.
The deliciously comic young actress, who aspires to be Castro’s comrade (and stand-in for his late mistress), talks about her role in her cousin's play.