For the two performers, Geoffrey Rivas and Deidra LaWan Starnes, discovery happens in each moment in real time.
The cast shares the musical's message with the audience in a warm embrace.
Played out in a basement bunker, this uplifting virtual show spins on nostalgia and desire.
With the National Symphony Orchestra at the performing arts national park, a perfectly cool evening of Broadway hits.
An impressive outdoor festival showcases six of the Bard's most famous plays in excerpts performed by an ensemble of mostly young children.
Nothing warms the heart like a brilliantly executed crossing of swords.
Full of mystery, passion, heartache, and hope, the monthslong mailbox story comes to life outdoors.
In repertory through Thanksgiving, a funky, hilarious, and irreverent take on the Bard.
Mosaic presents a provocative play in seven episodes about how we are fragmented and separated from each other.
On the 50th anniversary of the landmark National Park Service music-and-entertainment center, DC’s Official Music takes center stage.
Saving the world from its grim humorless political maneuverings through comedy feels right at this moment.
In an era of TikTok attention spans, 21st Century Players' new audio play is a refreshing dive into storied traditions that came before.
Bruce Randolph Nelson stars as a father whose faith and love are tested in a play full of grace.
An evening of choreography titled 'Tear the Edge,' featuring four world premieres, comes to National Cathedral Sunday, July 18.
These top-tier performers make fabulously good music.
UPDATE: Solas Nua's Silent will stream on demand July 11 to 18, 2021, in a film adaptation of the Olivier Award–winning and Helen Hayes...
Postponed from last winter, a spectacularly imaginative show with an exceptionally talented cast.
George Brant's play lays out in inescapable terms what the inhumane policy of separating children from their parents means for the moral state of Americans.
The solid voices of Adelina Mitchell (as Catherine) and Alex Stone (as Jamie) convey the evening’s exhilaration, hope, and grief.
After the harrowing events of the last year, the production is a noble effort—but something of a misfire.