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Season features three new Sondheim productions and additional special events including sing-along nights.
The centerpieces are the DC premiere of 'Breakthrough' by Verna Craighead Green and the Pulitzer Prize-winning play ‘'night, Mother' by Marsha Norman.
Innovative anniversary season seeks to reach audiences of all generations.
Founder Jordan Friend will leave artistic director role and become board chair, as existing leadership team forms new model.
Her appointment marks Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s commitment to Connectivity, its community, and civic engagement.
'Ghost/Writer' by Dane Figueroa Edidi and 'Falsettos' coming in spring 2023.
The artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival has faced death threats for her programming choices lifting up diverse artists.
The award, named for Trish Vradenburg, will go to Itamar Moses at Theater J's benefit on November 15.
Attendance is down, COVID protocols are going their own way, and Theatre Washington and Limelight Insights release new survey on mask-wearing.
The new work, which 'explores the intersectionality of the nerd experience,' will be performed January 28 and 29, 2023, at Silver Spring Black Box.
Veteran director's first VTC show in 25 years runs through November 6.
'Magic in Rough Spaces' new play lab accepting submissions from DC-area playwrights through November 28.
U.S. State Department–commissioned project, originally slated for spring 2020, finally launching live in Kolkata.
Theater J, the nation’s largest and most prominent Jewish theater, announces the selection of seven Expanding the Canon commissioned playwrights who over the next two and a half years will…
A timely commentary on escalating conflicts between Russians and Ukrainians as well as harsh divisions between liberals and conservatives in the U.S.
Opening November 3 at Atlas: A timely take on J.M. Synge's classic created by Nigerian-Irish playwright Bisi Adigun and Irish novelist Roddy Doyle.
Two performances only, featuring local musical theater talent and singing drag queens, a three-piece band, and bottomless signature drinks.
20 theaters and universities nationwide will stage one-night readings of eight, female-authored monologues about bodily autonomy and choice.
Opening in October for 10 performances only, a Broadway Center Stage production with star-studded cast.
What if Albert and Mileva Einstein could go back in time? A bold take on the tale of a gifted woman in the shadow of a brilliant man.
October 1 celebration to feature live performances from fan-favorite storytellers.
Musicians Robbie Schaefer and Danielle Wertz to headline cabaret tribute.
North Carolina Theatre announces full cast for upcoming production of SISTER ACT.
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Monologues from eight of America’s most exciting playwrights will reflect on women’s choices past, present, and future.
The series celebrating the life and legacy of Civil Rights icon Emmett Till will play in rotating repertory paired with a citywide Reflection Series.
In search of elusive happiness, a disenchanted couple seeks refuge in an idealistic 1950s community.
Charisma Wooten plays the famous standup comic once billed as 'The Funniest Woman in the World.'
Theater proposals accepted will be part of a production partnership with the Arts Barn/City of Gaithersburg.
The visionary choreographer, director, and educator joins ATMTC after a transformational career at Shakespeare Theatre Company and Disney Theatrical Group.
The 2017 Capital Fringe Festival comedy hit now meets the moment since SCOTUS screwed up.
Each of the five concerts can be enjoyed in person or via high-quality video.