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Women in Theatre Conference Coming to Howard Community College August 25

Rep Stage is pleased to announce that the third annual conference dedicated to women working in the theatre will be held in the Horowitz...

Bloomberg Philanthropies Names D.C. Participants in Arts Innovation and Management Program

Washington, D.C. is no longer just a tourist city with iconic national monuments and fabled museums. Over the past decades, a distinguished cadre of...

Theatre Week Is Just a Few Weeks Away

WASHINGTON, DC – August 14 – theatreWashington today announced plans for Theatre Week 2018, a three-week celebration that will offer $15 and $35 tickets to over 20...

Avant Bard Announces 2018-2019 Season

For its 29th season of making theatre on the edge, Avant Bard proudly announces three mainstage productions featuring classic comedies by Shakespeare and Molière...

DC Playwright Patrick Flynn Finalist in Samuel French Off Off Broadway...

Editor's Update, August 26, 2018: At the 43rd Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival this week, Patrick Flynn's The Ferberizing of Coral was one of...

Apology from the Editor Regarding Our Review of ‘The Mikado’ at...

I am writing to address the concerns of many who took the time to contact us tonight regarding the review of The Mikado at...

Riverside Center Welcomes One Singular Sensation with ‘A Chorus Line’

Riverside Center for the Performing Arts in Fredericksburg, Virginia is excited to be celebrating 20 years of bringing the best of Broadway in Virginia...

Attention Local Theater Companies: The Theatre Consortium is Currently Accepting Applications...

by Doug Krentzlin The Theatre Consortium of Silver Spring recently announced on their website that they are currently accepting membership applications. The consortium consists of...

‘A Capitol Fourth’ on PBS Celebrates America’s 242nd Birthday

It’s too darn hot in the nation's capital, and this just may be the hottest A Capitol Fourth of all time. Every year, PBS...

Capital Gazette Shooting Victim Was Also A ‘Humorous, Witty’ D.C. Theater...

By Rachel Kurzius Wendi Winters was one of five staff members murdered while working at the Capital Gazette newsroom on June 28. But in addition to...

Statement on the Death of DCMTA Staff Writer Wendi Winters

It is with great sadness that we have learned of the death of Capital Gazette Reporter and DC Metro Theater Arts Senior Reviewer Wendi...

DC Metro Theater Arts Launches New Logo, Website Design, and TodayTix...

Washington, DC—DC Metro Theater Arts, the most comprehensive source of performing arts coverage in the Washington, DC, and Baltimore metro areas, is pleased to...

Avant Bard Responds to Immigrant Family Crisis  

Avant Bard today announces  its "Welcome Tempest-Tossed Campaign": For the final weekends of its production of The Tempest, Avant Bard commits to donating one-half...

It’s “A Swellegant, Elegant Party” with Bethesda Little Theatre

Have you heard? Bethesda Little Theatre (BLT) is putting on A Swellegant, Elegant Party June 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 and July 1 at...

Wolf Trap Opera and Halcyon to Perform Kurt Weill Opera at...

After their highly successful partnership in 2017 on Philip Glass’s The Fall of the House of Usher, Wolf Trap Opera and Halcyon reunite to present Kurt Weill and Bertholt...

Kennedy Center to Honor World Refugee Day with Free Performance by...

In a special Kennedy Center Millennium Stage performance commemorating World Refugee Day on June 20, 2018, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)...

In the Moment: Chamber Dance Project Brings ‘Chant’ to the Lansburgh...

The summer season of DC’s very own Chamber Dance Project will be in residence this month at the acoustically rich, 450-seat Lansburgh Theater in...

Indicoe Artist Mix n’ Mingle Coming Up on June 16, 2018

After launching seven months ago, arts organization Indicoe is hosting its first event: an Artist Mix N’ Mingle at Woolly Mammoth Theatre on June...

Columbia Festival of the Arts Returns Starting June 14th, 2018

The highly anticipated Columbia Festival of the Arts begins on June 14th with the highly acclaimed The Stoop Storytelling Series at the Smith Theatre...

Tom Teasley to Bring His Signature Sound to Workhouse Arts Center...

Spend a one-of-a-kind musical evening with Helen Hayes recipient Tom Teasley at the Workhouse Arts Center, Teasley will add fresh musical life to silent...

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