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Keegan Theatre delays ‘Good People’ two weeks as COVID precaution

Season opener by David Lindsay-Abaire rescheduled to prepare policies and procedures that comply with safety guidelines and regulations.

Mosaic suspends season opener as not COVID safe

'My Father, My Martyr, and Me' — a solo show with audience participation and dancing in an intimate space — could not meet current requirements.

COVID resurgence prompts major changes at NextStop

'An Act of God' opening postponed one week; 'Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood' and 'Disaster (the Musical)' postponed to 2022.

Solas Nua debuts gay-themed visual short story set in Dublin and...

A digital hybrid of literature, animation, and theatrical storytelling by DC-based artist Jeremy Keith Hunter and Dublin-based artist John King.

Constellation to open ‘Moon Man Walk’ both in person and streaming

A sweet, soulful tale by award-winning playwright James Ijames that goes to the moon and back.

DMV theaters unite to require proof of COVID vaccination

Policies in effect through December also mandate masks for audiences.

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Olney’s 83rd season keeps promise to reflect whole community

Shows include two world premieres, two area premieres, 'The Music Man' with a deaf-and-hearing team, and a groundbreaking 'Beauty and the Beast.'

Jane Franklin Dance to kick off season in art gallery August 27

A new dance by Roxann Morgan Rowley about resilience will be performed by dancers over 40.

1st Stage announces live theater lineup, outdoors and in

The 2021–2022 season begins with three solo shows outside at The Boro, then returns to home stage for four premieres.

Theater-related podcasts gain popularity

Podcasts have been popular for a long time, but the shutdown has brought house-bound theater professionals many new reasons to create their own audio...

Free family-friendly theater from Synetic to pop up in parks

Beloved by audiences of all ages, 'The Miraculous Magical Balloon' tells of a traveling actor and his trunk full of toys, tricks, and surprises.

GALA’s daring and diverse new season to tackle freedom

The local landmark for Latino performing arts announces three main stage productions, a flamenco festival, theater for young audiences, and more.

Due to variant concern, DC theatergoers still reluctant to return, says...

And 7 in 10 favor allowing only vaccinated patrons to attend.

Six art-inspired films kick off Alliance for New Music-Theatre season

In-depth cross-cultural collaboration and community engagement to include Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project and Youth Chorus pilot program.

Ford’s to present free ‘Come From Away’ concert at the Lincoln...

The event September 10 commemorates the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

Studio Theatre to stage eclectic five-play season in revamped building

UPDATED WITH RUNDATES. Highlights include the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, a three-dimensional graphic novel, a world premiere, and the new Victor Shargai Theatre.

Creative Cauldron presents Roz White and The Kennedys live this weekend

All-outdoor 2021 Summer Cabaret and Concert Series starts with Helen Hayes Award–winning star.

New troupe to gender-bend ‘Twelfth Night’ at the DC War Memorial

A new adaptation with pop music, performed by Her Majesty & Sons al fresco.

Everyman Theatre’s all-live 2021/22 season kicks off in August

Six-play lineup includes family hits, award-winning Broadway plays, updated American classics, and world premieres.