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Venues keep rolling with virtual performances

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

In honor of World AIDS Day, historic ‘Normal Heart’ to screen...

A Q&A afterward will feature Emmy Award-winning director Paris Barclay and members of the predominately BIPOC and LGBTQ cast. 

‘A Christmas Carol’ at Ford’s to benefit Theatre Washington Taking Care...

Inspired by the theme of charity in Dickens’s holiday classic, financial assistance to DC-area theater professionals in times of unforeseen hardship.

Imagination Stage begins in-person season with safety paramount

Five live productions to bring joy to the young and very young.

DC theater mourns the passing of Stephen Sondheim

A gathering of tributes shared on social media to a musical great who will live on — on our stages and in our hearts.

DCMTA’s 2021 Holiday Theater Guide

A wishlist of great offerings in the DMV for every taste and price range.

Avant Bard to stage August Wilson’s ‘How I Learned What I...

An autobiographical solo play originally performed by Wilson himself.

All-local cast to play ‘Our Town’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

'It feels like a sort of homecoming for artists and audiences alike.' — Director Alan Paul

Reginald L. Douglas named Mosaic Theater artistic director

Mosaic’s mission to produce transformational art that reflects DC’s diverse voices aligns with Douglas’s vision and hope for theater.

4615 Theatre returns to stage with ‘Housewarming Theatre Festival’

Featuring six short plays, a new interactive piece, musical performances, and more, the site-specific event will run four days in December.

GMCW’s ‘Holiday Show’ to ring in a season celebrating LGBTQ+ grit

Now in its 41st year, the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington returns to live performance to sing of the community's perseverence.

Solas Nua to present U.S. premieres of digital theater from Belfast

Streaming November 18–21: four new works from Prime Cut Productions, one of Ireland's leading theater companies.

Joseph Ritsch to perform as his drag persona, Sunrize

For three nights only, a loving satire of contemporary musical theater divas created by the Rep Stage producing artistic director.

Imagination Stage’s ’10 Seconds’ to debut at MLK Library

Imagination Stage in Bethesda debuts its stage play, 10 Seconds, at a premiere event on November 18 at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, 901...

National Chamber Ensemble gets romantic with a new season

The company's 2021-2022 season includes masterworks that have rightfully earned their status as highlights of the classical repertoire.

YAA to put on ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ 

Featuring over 80 artists, the production kicks off Young Artists of America's 10th-anniversary season with a return to live theater.

‘The Oresteia’ comes to Zoom via Virtual Repertory Theatre Collective

The classic Greek tragedy revisioned to reflect the turmoil and cloak-and-dagger of present-day DC.

Dominion Stage’s ‘Five Women Wearing the Same Dress’ opens Nov. 5

A biting comedy about the societal label of being "too much" that diminishes women.

Happenstance Theater announces first post-COVID production

The comedic ensemble returns with 'BrouHaHa', an existential escapade for a two-week run at the Baltimore Theater Project.

‘Where We Belong’ to play at Baltimore Center Stage prior to...

Performing solo, Madeline Sayet personifies her Mohegan heritage of women as powerful carriers of their culture.