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A star-studded grand finale to Broadway’s ‘Curtain Up!’ festival

Confetti rained down on Times Square following a weekend of free public events to welcome back Broadway, bringing a spectacular conclusion to a star-studded...

Celebrating the return of Broadway with the ‘Curtain Up!’ festival in...

Broadway is back, and to celebrate the long-awaited good news, this weekend’s Curtain Up! festival launched today with a line-up of free outdoor public...

Broadway begins its reawakening with the reopening of the August Wilson...

Wednesday, August 4, marked the highly anticipated reopening of Broadway, with the first preview performance of Pass Over at the August Wilson Theatre, located...

‘Blackest Battle’ from Theater Alliance promises a visual knockout

Filmed as half music video and half graphic-novel-come-to-life, Psalmayene 24's hip-hop musical looks to be a stunner.

A benefit concert from Disney on Broadway reopens the New Amsterdam...

Last night, Broadway’s historic New Amsterdam Theatre - built in 1902–03, and located at 214 West 42nd Street, in the center of Midtown Manhattan...

Big Tony and Trouble Funk bring first Go-Go to Wolf Trap

On the 50th anniversary of the landmark National Park Service music-and-entertainment center, DC’s Official Music takes center stage.

The opening of ‘Restart Stages’ and The GREEN at Lincoln Center

Restart Stages - Lincoln Center's latest initiative to champion the revival, and an equitable revitalization, of the arts in NYC - had its official...

Shots from the vaccination site at Arena

Arena Stage has partnered with DC Health and MedStar Health to support and provide an accessible and safe location to help steadily vaccinate DC...

Florida’s Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe plays outdoors to ‘Light Up the...

The Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe in Sarasota, Florida, took advantage of balmy 75-degree evenings to perform a special Valentine’s weekend open-air concert series titled...

Elegies for empty stages, by Whitney White and Psalmayene 24

Remembering The Amen Corner at Shakespeare Theatre Company By Whitney White with Daniel Soule Working on James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner was one of the most fulfilling artistic...

Labor Day demonstration of ‘Arts Workers Unite’ in Times Square

On Monday’s “Labor Day of Action,” Be An #ArtsHero organized a nationwide movement of Arts Workers Unite, with theater professionals urging all US Senators to...

Picturing racial justice at the 2020 Commitment March on Washington

The Commitment March on Washington Friday, August 28, capped off a summer of social justice protest and marked the 57th anniversary of Dr. Martin...

First live local theater since COVID is a new-normal ‘Next to...

By Steve Quintilian and Julie Lloyd, Encore Theater Company Co-founders As artistic directors and theater managers all over the DMV wrestle with how and when to...

Scenes of radical hospitality for #OpenYourLobby at STC and Woolly (photos)

Six DC theaters welcomed #BlackLivesMatter protesters the weekend of June 5 to 7, 2020 . Photographer Malcolm Lewis Barnes reports from two of them,...

The stirring street theater of Black Lives Matter in DC (photos)

The sheer creativity and inventiveness of the protesters was on full display at every turn as they each seemed to come prepared with energy...

First look at the fierce performers of ‘School Girls; Or, The...

DC Metro Theater Arts spent a day at rehearsal with the cast of Round House Theatre Company's season opener: School Girls; Or, The African...

Opening night at Mosaic’s ‘Fabulation’

Lynn Nottage's Fabulation: or, the Re-education of Undine follows a successful African-American publicist named Udine as she falls on hard times after her husband...

Opening weekend at the DC Black Theatre & Arts Festival (photo...

The opening weekend of the DC Black Theatre & Arts Festival was a lively family reunion of art, food, music and drama. DCBTAF chair...

Watching the Tonys with DC Metro Theater Arts

DC Metro Theater Arts hosted a rousing Tony Awards watch party at DC sports bar Penn Social last Sunday. An enthusiastic crowd of Broadway...

Opening Night Photos: ‘FAME’ at GALA Fires Up Columbia Heights

Tony Award-winning director and Nuyorican choreographer Luis Salgado brings his New York creds to Columbia Heights with the power of a New York City...