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Review: ‘A House with No Walls’ at Old Academy Players in...

Confederate statues are toppled because they ignite memories of slavery. Colleges are compelled to rename buildings because their namesakes turned out to be slaveholders. Theater...

Review: ‘Adapt!’ At The Wilma Theater

Adapt! is a new play that tells the story of Lenka, an immigrant from Communist-era Czechoslovakia who dreams of living in New York City. It’s...

‘The Playwright’s Playground Series’: Jacqueline E. Lawton Part 3 by Sydney-Chanele...

Welcome to the new in-depth interview series ‘The Playwright’s Playground' – highlighting local female playwrights in the D.C. Theatre community. Female Theatre artists make up more...

‘The Playwright’s Playground Series’: Jacqueline E. Lawton Part 2 by Sydney-Chanele...

Welcome to the new in-depth interview series ‘The Playwright’s Playground’ - highlighting local female playwrights in the D.C. Theatre community. Female Theatre artists make up...

‘The Playwright’s Playground Series’: Jacqueline E. Lawton Part 1 by Sydney-Chanele...

Welcome to the new in-depth interview series The Playwright's Playground Series, highlighting local female playwrights in the D.C. Theatre community. Female theatre artists make up...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ