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Love goes to and fro in ‘The Last Five Years,’ up...

Following the success of Sue Jin Song’s one-woman show Children of Medea, Constellation Theatre Company presents Jason Robert Brown's beloved two-person musical The Last...

Shakespeare Theatre Company to resume full-capacity shows in September

Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Artistic Director SIMON GODWIN announced the Company’s 2021/22 Season in a virtual townhall meeting for season subscribers, donors, Board members, and...

GALA’s ‘She Is Tango’ to highlight women composers and singers

Tango—called by one Argentinian tango instructor “a caricature of the patriarchy”—will dance to a distaff tune in GALA Hispanic Theatre's Ella es tango (She...

Martin Luther to lock horns with the Pope in ‘Luther’s Trumpet’...

Edward Gero and Craig Wallace—two of the most prominent actors in DC—go head-to-head as Martin Luther and Pope Leo X in Luther’s Trumpet, presented...

A summer of free weekend mini-festivals at Kennedy Center’s The REACH

Millennium Stage returns to the Kennedy Center with weekly, free, outdoor performance experiences curated by artists and organizations from around the DMV. Every Thursday...

32 actors to perform Alan Sharpe’s ‘Screen/Plays’ on Black Pride Weekend

African-American Collective Theater (ACT) begins its 29th consecutive season with readings of Screen/Plays—12 original short plays by Founding Artistic Director Alan Sharpe. The latest...

Women’s collective Pipeline Playwrights to premiere magical comedy

Pipeline Playwrights announces its first production in its Our Time, Our Stories Zoom production series: the world premiere of Ann Timmons’s A Very Present...

‘Duck Harbor’ from 1st Stage to serialize the surprise of a...

1st Stage embarks on a surprise-filled new web series, Duck Harbor, by renowned playwrights E. M. Lewis and Bob Bartlett, who collaborate on the clever, humorous, and heartwarming...

Women dish their exes in ‘To the New Girl’ from Peace...

Peace Mountain Theatre Company presents a weekend of performances of To the New Girl by Samantha Macher, the company's first foray into film. The...

Best Medicine Rep to go live in June with dark vax comedy ‘Variant...

"It's hilariously sinister," says Playwright John Morogiello, "kind of like Mamet meets Shaw meets me."

Monumental adopts landmark policy against discrimination and harassment

Monumental Theatre Company takes "a definitive, proactive step to empower its community members and create a culture of safety, equity, and inclusivity."

Dane Figueroa Edidi’s ‘Ghost/Writer’ to premiere as Rep Stage radio play

A virtual visit to the intersections of race and gender and the ghosts of the past.

Olney’s outdoor summer programming to uphold its anti-racism pledge

Ten weeks of live performance—much of it free—curated by Olney Theatre Center's new BIPOC artist advocate, Kevin McAllister.

Strathmore announces new open-air summer concert series     

Full season of concerts kicks off at the new Patio Stage on the Music Center’s Trawick Terrace.

Love-triangle comedy by Shaw coming next from Washington Stage Guild

The Washington Stage Guild continues its series of online presentations with a delectable Shavian bon bon to whet audience appetites for a return to...

Uplifting music we need right now, from the APO and a...

DC's own American Pops Orchestra (APO), under the baton of Maestro Luke Frazier, will bring to the nation a program of musical uplift, joy,...

GALA to stage sci-fi Latino sendup of anti-immigrant bias

José Torres-Tama performs his solo show 'Aliens, Immigrants & Other Evildoers' live, May 14 and 15.

Solas Nua brings back live theater with ‘In the Middle of...

Solas Nua, DC’s award-winning Irish arts organization, stages an outdoor, live theater production May 20 to June 12, 2021. Recognized for the excellence of...

Free audio play from Ford’s features Lincoln–Douglass faceoff

An audio drama adaptation of Richard Hellesen’s Necessary Sacrifices—featuring acclaimed Washington actors Craig Wallace as Frederick Douglass and Paul Morella as Abraham Lincoln—can be...

Virtual musical from NextStop Theatre to poke fun at dating game

A musical comedy about two young singles who have been set up on a blind date and are having dinner in a restaurant. What could...