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.
On April 20, the 23rd anniversary of Columbine, 1st Stage released readings of eight new plays by teen writers who say: 'Enough is enough.'
Coming to Gonda Theater at Georgetown May 12 to 22: his brilliant and all-too-timely portrayal of one man's moral courage amid the crimes of war.
Artists, thought-leaders, activists, and next-gen change-makers will come together from around the world to address critical global issues.
A season focused on love, loss, and the spaces between.
A benefit reading of short Ukrainian plays based on what the playwrights are experiencing in their war-torn country.
Immersive 'Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project' to perform on-site in May.
Now available online in a recording and documentary, their acclaimed new work written in response to the senseless murder of Black people.
Succeeding Playhouse founder Adele Robey, he will manage all day-to-day operations and lead artistic and community engagement initiatives.
'On Your Feet! La historia de Emilio y Gloria Estefan ¡en español!' will play May 5 through June 5. Previous GALA Helen Hayes winners Luis Salgado (director) and Walter 'Bobby' McCoy (musical direction) will return for the production.
All proceeds go to United Help Ukraine. Performance includes Lyrica Classic's 'Prayer for Peace' concert and Synetic’s 'The Servant of Two Masters.'
Theatre Washington extends Unified Mask and Vaccination Policy to April 30 and will review it monthly through launch of fall season.
'If you've never seen a YAA production, you won't believe these are students!' —Director Kevin S. McAllister
A new play from local playwright Erica Smith in which being in a chosen family gets...complicated.