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Titled 'tempered,' the blend of music, movement, and poetry will be performed by resident artists with rotating guest performers.
An immersive theatrical experience that can be enjoyed on its own or as the final chapter of the company's year-long Psychogeographies Project.
The fund will allow DCTA to create local arts journalism in honor of former DCTA writer Wendi Winters who was killed in the 2018 Capital Gazette shooting.
Edgar Dobie and Paige Hernandez will be recognized for their outstanding service and creative leadership in the DC-area theater community.
The lineup includes two world premieres by DC-area playwrights, one regional premiere, one DC premiere, two musicals, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
The groundbreaking artistic director will leave a legacy of 25 years of redefining and celebrating American theater in the nation's capital.
Represented by Columbia Artists Theatricals through a special license from Theatrical Rights Worldwide and General Managed by Evan Bernardin Productions, a brand-new production of the …
With 'Beckett Shorts,' the company returns to its modernist roots of staging great works by the masters of literature and theater.
BCS celebrates 60 years with four mainstage productions and a full slate of civic and community initiatives.
The emotional play by Endesha Ida Mae Holland, Ph.D., follows her journey from poverty to academia.
All remaining tickets to BCS's production of 'Bakkhai' will be free.
Shakespeare’s magical comedy will be staged in an enchanting playhouse to be built inside the museum's Great Hall.
Three new Sondheim productions highlight the company's special connection to the legendary composer.
Six productions that range from intimate drama to riotous comedy to theatrical spectacle to celebrated musical.
Projects span Prince George’s County, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Falls Church City, Loudoun County, and D.C. Public Schools.
Lineup to include Horton Foote’s ‘The Trip to Bountiful' and Cheryl L. West’s new musical about rock ‘n’ roll trailblazer Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
BGR!FEST makes its highly anticipated return—collaborating with the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) for the very first time.
The lineup includes the return of the Broadway Center Stage series, thrilling Broadway plays and musicals, and exciting world premiere works for young people.
Mask-wearing and proof of vaccination for artists, staff, and audiences will be required at least through July 31, 2022.
A star-studded lineup joined by the DC-based American Pops Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Luke Frazier.
Lineup includes a world premiere, two hits from stage and screen, an award-winning Broadway play, a fan-favorite whodunnit, a play by a new voice in American theater, and a reimagined musica…
A hit with critics and audiences in Chicago and New York City, the show comes to DC June 16 to October 1.
The award-winning play will have its regional premiere at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts June 10 to 12.
The season kicks off with the regional premiere of 'Mlima's Tale' by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage.
Tony Award-winning Broadway director Alex Timbers will be appearing at the Gaithersburg Book Festival on May 14 to speak about and sign his new children’s book, Broadway Bird. Broadway Bir…
A break-out collection of unconventional storytelling, filled with characters who upend roles, rules, and regimes, and authentic, in-your-face playwriting voices.
Lineup includes a rolling world premiere, a DMV premiere, several co-productions, and the return of the nationally acclaimed production of 'Disney's Beauty and the Beast.'
Two new Power Plays, a classic romantic comedy, a timely new drama, a quirky cult musical, and a landmark work of the American theater.
Popular production condenses all seven Harry Potter books into seventy hilarious minutes.
30 theater productions with 140 individual performances over eight days in Georgetown.
The play by Caridad Svich is reimagined as an immersive experience at the center of an outdoor community celebration.