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Newfangled storytelling is the name of the game, as theater emerges from the pandemic shutdown.
“Springsteen on Broadway,” a master showman’s amalgam of great music and emotional storytelling, is the first show back after the coronavirus shutdown.
A new way to look at art arrives in the city — and producers hope the concept has legs.
Intimacy has been restored to the D.C. stage with GALA Hispanic Theatre’s “Ella Es Tango,” a celebration for post-pandemic times.
The production, directed and choreographed by Jared Grimes, is available until Aug. 4.
Orin Wolf, of the Tony-winning “The Band’s Visit,” takes over from Rudin, who stepped aside amid allegations of abuse.
Arena Stage will relaunch in-person performances with the story of Toni Stone, the Negro Leagues’ first female player.
Antoinette Nwandu’s play moves into the inaugural slot on theater’s biggest platform, before the big, long-running musicals.
The premiere of “Once Upon a One More Time” in November will break the mold for D.C.’s Tony-winning classical theater.
The pandemic-delayed ceremony will come 11 months after the 2019-2020 nominations were announced.
Stories of women and people of color are gaining prominence in one of the nation’s premier sites for experiencing U.S. history.
The lifting of pandemic capacity restrictions repaves the Great White Way.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is removing all capacity restrictions as of May 19, so theaters are planning to fully reopen in September. Whether or not patrons will fill the seats remains to be…
“Blindness” at Shakespeare Theatre Company and “Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter” at GALA Hispanic Theatre are leading the way
Theaters, bars, restaurants, museums, retail stores, gyms and more come under the order.
Theater alliance devises a landmark piece for the Web, with four plays across the city’s quadrants.
As he cedes control, a string of hits will be left in the hands of others.
Surviving the shutdown with loans and donations, theater leaders look to the future and how to bring people back to shows.
Beginning in October, the lineup features 12 musicals playing to theaters at full capacity. Fingers crossed.
“Here I Am” is Mélisande Short-Colomb’s story, written at Georgetown University and premiering Tuesday.
In New York, performance spaces are slowly opening up with severe restrictions and safety protocols.
A pilot program tests theater safety protocols as part of the ongoing NY PopsUp festival.
Three Washington companies are experimenting with more visually complex work online.
Round House Theatre brings Colman Domingo’s memory play online. It’s streaming through April 18.
Off-Broadway company the New Group launches an innovative digital era with its Off Stage programming.
The Small Business Administration has $16 billion to give in Shuttered Venue grants, but applications don’t open until April.
The Bengsons’ “My Joy Is Heavy!” debuts online as the first in Arena Stage’s series of filmed musicals.
“Twyla Moves,” premiering March 26 on PBS, offers a look at the legendary choreographer’s creative process.
The story of one show’s highs — and a devastating low — is also a story of resilience.
“Reopening Theaters: Lessons From Countries Who’ve Done It” is the kickoff discussion on Thursday.
He superbly plays the Bard’s greatest villains in his one-man “All the Devils Are Here,” a Shakespeare Theatre Company production running online through July 28.