The Fredericksburg, VA, venue's 2021–22 season is underway, featuring musicals, farces, mysteries, and beloved classics.
Season kicks off with debut of Broadway-bound Britney Spears musical.
Two productions cut short by COVID will be revived: Lauren Gunderson’s ‘Ada and the Machine’ and Tennessee Williams’s ’Suddenly Last Summer.'
The company "is reaching beyond its comfort zone" with "a fully multiethnic, intersectional selection of plays."
Seven-show lineup to traverse the globe, discovering along the way stories of revolution, redemption, and revelation.
The company announces a season at its new home featuring plays by Ayad Akhtar, August Wilson, and Edward Albee.
The Helen Hayes Award–winning company will reopen in December with a song cycle, a world premiere, and a new staging of an American classic.
The imaginative company's 2021–22 season launches October 7 with Will Eno's 'The Realistic Joneses.'
The company's 2021-22 lineup includes comedies, thrillers, mysteries, an August Wilson classic, and more.
Season opener by David Lindsay-Abaire rescheduled to prepare policies and procedures that comply with safety guidelines and regulations.
Coming soon: projects put on pause because of the pandemic, a Pullitzer Prize–winning new musical, a live run of a streaming hit, a national tour, and more.
'An Act of God' opening postponed one week; 'Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood' and 'Disaster (the Musical)' postponed to 2022.
Shows include two world premieres, two area premieres, 'The Music Man' with a deaf-and-hearing team, and a groundbreaking 'Beauty and the Beast.'
The 2021–2022 season begins with three solo shows outside at The Boro, then returns to home stage for four premieres.
The local landmark for Latino performing arts announces three main stage productions, a flamenco festival, theater for young audiences, and more.
In-depth cross-cultural collaboration and community engagement to include Black Georgetown Cemeteries Project and Youth Chorus pilot program.
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.