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Applications open for American Rescue Plan Grants for local arts orgs

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities shares news that applications are now open for federal grants that local arts organizations can qualify for.

Theater J announces new season, life-affirming and in person

Six shows, including two standout solo performances, a rarely performed classic Jewish play, and a special holiday musical.

Adventure Theatre’s first in-person show to be two fairy tales, outdoors

Maryland’s premiere musical theater academy and family theater to open 'Fairy Tales in the Sun' July 11.

New solo satire ‘Clowntime’ debuts at Dance Loft on 14

Playwright and performer John Feffer imagines an alternate universe where comedy is not only king but dictator.

In-person performance to resume at Ford’s Theatre in October

Season to feature Civil Rights icons Marian Anderson and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., world premiere musical 'Grace,' and return of 'A Christmas Carol.'

Mosaic picks six culturally eclectic plays to light up Atlas stage...

Company's 2021–2022 season to feature live solo shows, a Pulitzer Prize winner, and three world premieres — plus options to stream from home. 

IN Series sets season of live theater centering DEI

Marking its 40th year, the innovative company plans new collaborations and world premieres to play a dozen DC and Baltimore venues.

Synetic to produce next season both in person and on film

The award-winning physical theater will welcome audiences back to its Crystal City venue while delivering Synetic-curated content to home TVs.

Woolly Mammoth, Spit Dat, and THEARC join for ‘Homegrown’ live July...

What is home to you?' Local legends of DC’s spoken word scene answer the question together with emerging Ward 7 and 8 spoken word artists.

Faction of Fools embraces collaboration with new season of ‘Foolish Fridays’

In the summer of 2020, Faction of Fools Theatre Company bravely forged into the world of virtual Commedia dell'Arte with the first season of...

New comedy about the afterlife from new company born during COVID

Laurence Klavan’s hilarious 'What Comes Next' premieres as audio play from 21st Century Players.

Timely new play from Studio Theatre to confront U.S. immigration crisis

George Brandt's 'Tender Age' looks back to Trump-era policies to ask how much has truly changed.

Foursome to sing ‘Songs for a New World’ from Monumental

Jason Robert Brown’s powerhouse song cycle comes to a screen near you.

‘White Rabbit, Red Rabbit’ hops next to NextStop

A different actor reads the script cold for the first time each performance. There's no director, no set, and it's 100 percent unrehearsed.

Arena Stage to roar back with mix of bubbly and soul

2021/22 season to feature inspiring dramas, a high-energy musical, contemporary dance, electrifying music, diverse voices.

Olney Theatre’s open-air summer is open invitation to all

'Olney Outdoors' offers something for everyone, live on the Root Family Stage.

Opera Lafayette to offer 12 hours of free classical music online...

The international Fête de la Musique, marking the start of summer, comes to DC.

Wolf Trap marks 50th anniversary with first live performances in a...

A full summer season of concerts to reopen America’s only national park for the performing arts.

Creative Cauldron presents ‘Always…Patsy Cline’ live and outdoors

Creative Cauldron presents Always…Patsy Cline, written and originally directed by Ted Swindley and based on a true story. This musical play follows the unlikely...

1st Stage reveals cast of surprise-filled ‘Duck Harbor’ web series

Actors Geoffrey Rivas and Deidra LaWan Starnes met for the first time live online.