The comedic ensemble returns with 'BrouHaHa', an existential escapade for a two-week run at the Baltimore Theater Project.
Performing solo, Madeline Sayet personifies her Mohegan heritage of women as powerful carriers of their culture.
The world's most inclusive and accessible circus opens live November 18.
A 1950's family drama, the play follows two Black cousins from Mississippi who struggle to make a life for themselves in spite of secrets threatening to invade and interrupt their peace.
Following the success of 'Distance Frequencies,' a new season-long experience.
Chilling audio plays adapted from the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
A hundred years ago he made history. Now a descendant reveals his story.
Jasmine Lee-Jones's 'seven methods of killing kylie jenner' offers a Gen Z take on Black womanhood, colorism, and the politics of social media activism.
Mozart's 'Magic Flute' reconceived with Black voices central to performance and production.
Reimagined by Pan Underground, the play will be an immersive experience at the center of a community celebration.
Four plays that show trust being built, being questioned, fraying, and breaking.
Step-by-step instructions that can be used by artists and arts orgs anywhere.
The Falls Church company marks its 12th year with six theatrical productions and two concert series.
In a prison in Prague in 1945, five women stand accused of Nazi collaboration.
Free music, spoken word, and visual art in an unmatched setting.
Psalmayene 24 to adapt local history for the stage in unique county-wide anti-racist collaboration.
A play about the unknowability of love and the mysteries of mathematics.
Washington Stage Guild presents a free online performance of letters between George Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Campbell, the original Eliza Doolittle.