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Reston Community Players Presents Tennessee Williams’ Classic ‘Cat on a Hot...

It’s been called author Tennessee Williams’ best work and is widely known as his favorite. Now the classic Southern drama Cat on a Hot...

What’s Playing at the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival? I’m Glad You Asked.

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? The Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival kicks off today and its ninth season promises to be better than...

Preview: ‘That Part is True’ at Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival

That Part Is True, written and directed by DC local Madeline Farrington, is a psychological thriller for the resistance featuring activists, intrigue, betrayal, and...

Take the Stage Announces Annual Broadway Revue ‘Dynamic’

Dynamic showcases the best of Broadway and movie musical numbers choreographed by our own talented directors and special guest artists including Broadway and film...

Who’s in Town? Jamie Bernstein Reflects on Dad Leonard Bernstein’s Legacy...

The first time music hit me - and it hit me hard - was when I was seven. My mom handed me Leonard Bernstein’s...

Preview: Howard Community College’s Arts Collective Presents ‘W.I.G. Valentine Affair’ at...

Underscoring the romance of the Valentine Holiday, W.I.G. Valentine Affair is presented by Howard Community College's Arts Collective (AC) and its popular improv troupe,...

Who’s in Town? Adam Pascal Brings Rock Star Shakespeare to ‘Something...

Adam Pascal is no stranger to iconic roles, having originated roles in Rent and Aida on Broadway, and stepped the role of the Emcee...

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Philadelphia Orchestra Prepare to Dazzle...

The words “Chicago” and “Philadelphia” conjure up immediate images across all the human senses. In theater and movies, the musical Chicago and the movie...

Local Music: Pearl Street Warehouse February Preview Playlist

At Pearl Street Warehouse, rock, country, folk, soul, bluegrass, rhythm and blues acts from around the country take the stage nightly, offering every seat...

Interview: Playwright Anu Yadav on ‘The Princess and the Pauper –...

Playwright Anu Yadav's first commissioned piece The Princess and the Pauper--A Bollywood Tale, debuts this February at Imagination Stage. This play is the perfect...

Interview: Jeremy Goldman on ‘Cabaret Night’ by Silhouette Stages at Slayton...

Silhouette Stages is best known for its spectacular musical productions. However, every once in a while, they like to give some of their talented...

Interview: Anderson and Roe Piano Duo on Their Special Vibe and...

Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are both world-class pianists and they love to play together. And that’s all you can say about them...

Tributes to Ursula K. Le Guin, whose novel ‘The Lathe of...

This year’s Women’s Voices Theater Festival features 24 plays, four of which are adaptations. Three are based on works by great male writers—Shakespeare, Congreve,...

Broadway in Annapolis: ‘The Secret Garden’ Coming to Maryland Hall for...

Annapolis gets a little Broadway treatment when Live Arts Maryland presents The Secret Garden on February 9-10 at 8 p.m. at Maryland Hall for...

Pinky Swear Productions Presents the World Premiere of ‘Use All Available...

Pinky Swear Productions is excited to announce the world premiere production of a new play by a local playwright that celebrates the beauty, diversity,...

No Side Hustle Necessary: Justin Trawick on Life as a Working...

Washington, D.C.-based musician Justin Trawick’s career can be traced back to the day he found a guitar under the steps of his parents’ pre-Civil...

Tonight: WATCH Awards Nominees To Be Announced on DC Metro Theater...

The 18th annual Washington Area Theatre Community Honors (The WATCH Awards) nominees will be announced tonight at 7:30 PM at a ceremony taking place...

Interview: Musical Improv Duo Tara and Rance Discuss their Critically-acclaimed Show...

Veteran Chicago improvisers Tara DeFrancisco and Rance Rizzutto have traveled together to 20 countries and more than 50 U.S. cities to perform their improvised...

Preview: Washington Improv Theater’s ‘Wintry Mix’ at DC Arts Center

Now through February 4, Washington Improv Theater (WIT), the District’s oldest and only nonprofit long-form improv theater, presents Wintry Mix, a four-week medley of...

Preview: ‘Mamma Mia’ Opens Tomorrow at Riverside Center for the Performing...

The Riverside Center for the Performing Arts in Fredericksburg, Virginia is excited to be the first regional theater in the D.C. metropolitan area to...

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