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Nu Sass to debut gothic fairy tale by rising playwright Tiffany...

Performances of world premiere 'Twigs & Bone' will be limited to 18 audience members.

Round House month-long new play fest starts April 5

Two mainstage world premieres plus readings of four scripts in development, produced by Naysan Mojgani, associate artist for literary and new plays.

WIT and CulturalDC offer conflicting accounts on how WIT lost its...

Washington Improv Theater and the owner of Source give different accounts of who understood what when.

WIT hit with lease cutoff, now seeking new home

Washington Improv Theater will lose its space at Source Theatre at the end of August. WIT has been a resident company at Source since 2008.

Venues keep rolling with virtual performances

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

Theater J announces season of provocative drama and abundant joy

At a time when hate crimes and antisemitism are on the rise, Theater J’s 2022/23 season grapples with the timeless struggle for acceptance and love.

Essential Theatre to present two new faith plays during Lent

'A Matter of Faith' by La’Chris Jordan and 'A Field of Thorns' by John Becker will rotate in free virtual on-demand presentations March 24 to April 24.

Mosaic announces its next chapter with powerful 2022/23 lineup

The first season planned by new Artistic Director Reginald L. Douglas aims to spark conversation across DC around issues of and for the moment.

A Venezuelan American’s ‘English with an Accent’ to play GALA April...

The original dance-theater work by Migguel Anggelo chronicles an immigrant caterpillar’s quest for the 'American Dream.'

Women’s Storytelling Festival to be both live and virtual this year

'This festival specifically celebrates female voices, putting our creativity and visions front and center.'

IN Series and Theater Alliance unite to celebrate the poet June...

'Her work imagines a future where Black people live well, where love and politics intermix, and where all people can coexist with harmony, justice, and equality.'

Avant Bard restarts ‘Ada and the Engine’

Stopped by COVID two years ago, Lauren Gunderson's whimsical scientific history returns.

Broadway at The National to kick off 2022-23 season of hit...

Coming to DC's National Theatre: ‘Six,’ ‘The Tina Turner Musical,’ ‘A Christmas Carol,’ ‘Jagged Little Pill,’ ‘Aladdin,’ ‘Beetlejuice,’ plus ‘Chicago,’ ‘Cats,’ and ‘My Fair Lady.’ 

Theater camps and classes to keep your kids active this summer

Now's the time to pick and choose for them a creativity experience.

Guide to the Atlas Intersections Festival, February 26 to March 13

A three-weekend celebration presenting 22 performances in story, movement, and sound.

Juliet Lloyd has the perfect post-lockdown song

The acclaimed singer/songwriter's new release sings of theater's resilience.

Her Majesty & Sons returns with timely new ‘Richard II’

As America grapples with fallout from the January 6, 2021, insurrection, a once-banned Shakespeare history play asks: Who is a rightful leader?

Diverse, multi-abled Omnium Circus to play one special matinee

'I’Mpossible' — a world-class, fully inclusive, fully accessible circus show — comes to Capital One Hall on February 26.

Embracing Arlington Arts reports 2021 successes

After a year focused on recovery from the 2020 shutdown, the arts-advocacy organization looks to a future Performing Arts Center in Arlington.

Theatre Washington opens noms for new Victor Shargai award 

In honor of the beloved DC-area theater champion, the award will recognize outstanding and creative leadership.