A star-studded lineup joined by the DC-based American Pops Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Luke Frazier.
Lineup includes a world premiere, two hits from stage and screen, an award-winning Broadway play, a fan-favorite whodunnit, a play by a new voice in American theater, and a reimagined musical celebration.
The season kicks off with the regional premiere of 'Mlima's Tale' by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage.
A hit with critics and audiences in Chicago and New York City, the show comes to DC June 16 to October 1.
The award-winning play will have its regional premiere at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts June 10 to 12.
The Tony Award-winning director of 'Moulin Rouge!,' 'Beetlejuice,' and David Byrne's 'American Utopia' will be speaking and signing copies of his children's book, 'Broadway Bird,' on Saturday, May 21 at 3:15 pm.
A break-out collection of unconventional storytelling, filled with characters who upend roles, rules, and regimes, and authentic, in-your-face playwriting voices.
Lineup includes a rolling world premiere, a DMV premiere, several co-productions, and the return of the nationally acclaimed production of 'Disney's Beauty and the Beast.'
Two new Power Plays, a classic romantic comedy, a timely new drama, a quirky cult musical, and a landmark work of the American theater.
'We worked together as a trio where ideas and roles overlapped and complemented each other. What a dream!'
Popular production condenses all seven Harry Potter books into seventy hilarious minutes.
30 theater productions with 140 individual performances over eight days in Georgetown.
The play by Caridad Svich is reimagined as an immersive experience at the center of an outdoor community celebration.
Co-presented by Signature Theatre and Wolf Trap, the concert June 24 will also feature Erin Driscoll, Vincent Kempski, Rayshun LaMarr, Kevin McAllister, Donna Migliaccio, Nova Y. Payton, Awa Sal Secka, and Bobby Smith.
Bernadette Peters, Santino Fontana, Tracy Lynn Olivera, Nova Y. Payton, and Bobby Smith to perform at gala May 16.
Antoinette Nwandu’s groundbreaking drama about young Black men looking for a way out will follow 'Every Brilliant Thing,' 'Twelfth Night,' and 'Thrive.'
Peopled by folks from town, the show postponed from last fall finally comes home to the Harman.
A peek behind the curtains of 'Othello' in the Pulitzer Prize winner's raunchy romp through third-wave feminism.
Part of a worldwide project to bear witness through theater to the horrors of Putin’s war.
New professional company partners with veteran community theater on intimate look at love and betrayal.