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Pointless Theatre returns to stage with new translation of ‘Rhinocéros’

Eugene Ionesco’s anti-fascist satire about herd mentality has a thing or two to say about today. With puppets.

Venues keep rolling with virtual performances

Having live theater withdrawal? Here's just the ticket for stay-at-home audiences.

Signature’s Stephen Sondheim tribute concert streaming ended

DC favorites Natascia Diaz, Tracy Lynn Olivera, Nova Y. Payton, Maria Rizzo, Awa Sal Secka, Bobby Smith, and more honor the musical theater giant.

Theater J program aims to diversify depictions of Jewishness onstage

Seven $10,000 commissions available to racially and ethnically diverse Jewish playwrights to expand the canon.

Round House delays Natasha Gordon’s ‘Nine Night’ due to COVID

Cases detected within the company during regular testing protocols, show rescheduled for September.

DC-area theaters unite to extend COVID vax and mask requirements

Shows go on as Theatre Washington announces continued safety efforts.

American Shakespeare Center gets new AD and sets new season

With Artistic Director Brandon Carter and a new leadership structure, the troubled company rebounds and resumes performances in February. 

GMCW names its first director of development

André Coleman picked to promote philanthropy for internationally recognized Gay Men's Chorus of Washington.

COVID surge prompts Ford’s to cancel ‘The Mountaintop’

Full run of Dr. King drama called off. Next show, 'Grace,' still on.

Kennedy Center to celebrate ’50 Years of Broadway’

A star-studded concert for two performances only.

As omicron surges, Dominion Stage postpones ‘Firebringer’

The Stone Age musical comedy to be rescheduled later in 2022 as conditions allow.

Ford’s ‘Christmas Carol’ raises $22K for Theatre Washington Taking Care Fund

Fund provides grants to theater professionals who face financial hardship including wages lost due to the pandemic.

Actors’ Center to hold open call monologue auditions

Members and non-members alike can register to audition in person or virtually.

WIT to require booster shots and medical-grade masks

Becomes first local theater to tighten COVID safety protocols in light of omicron.

‘A Strange Loop,’ a hit at Woolly, heads to Broadway

Michael R. Jackson’s 'big, Black and queer-ass American Broadway show' will open in spring 2022 at the Lyceum Theatre.

Adventure Theatre’s ‘Winterfest’ is a three-in-one celebration

Productions feature stories about the magic of Chanukah, a heartwarming Christmas journey from the Philippines, and the connecting power of snow.

Meshaun Labrone’s harrowing film ‘Spook’ now streaming on Tubi

Based on the haunting one-man play that debuted at Capital Fringe, a visceral exploration of American race relations, policing, and the criminal justice system.

For DEI in the arts, pay a living wage, says new...

A national study of state and local arts agencies finds most grants lack wage requirements.

Theatre Washington debuts ‘Backstage at the Helen Hayes Awards’ series

A personal look into the lives that have made DC the second largest and most successful theater community in the nation.

NextStop Theatre slates five shows for winter/spring 2022

'Every Brilliant Thing' | 'The Legend of Georgia McBride' | 'Nat Turner in Jerusalem' | 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream' | 'Lucky Stiff'