In a series called 'The Companies We Keep,' DC Theater Arts spotlights the good work done by theater companies in the DC region. This month we focus on a feminist company that promises meaty and desirable roles for women.
In 'Something Moving,' the renowned playwright reflects on Atlanta’s first Black mayor, Maynard Jackson, for whom she was press secretary and speech writer.
In a DCTA exclusive, the new artistic director of American Shakespeare Center shares his vision of a theater rooted in craft, community, and activism. By ANDREW WALKER WHITE
The work debuted at Fringe in 2022, where it won Best Musical and Best Ensemble, and will have public workshops on August 11 and 13. By DERYL DAVIS
No one and nothing will be left unmocked in this show.
An homage to her hilarious characters and the story of a brave woman who used humor and laughter to get through the struggles of a life cut short.
A fictional play based on the semi-real, fully imagined life of a Black Mississippi woman living in Washington, DC.
In a series called 'The Companies We Keep,' DC Theater Arts spotlights the good work done by theater companies in the DC region. This month we focus on the Capital Fringe Festival and its visionary founding director.
A riveting solo drama capturing the human experience of what happened in Charlottesville in 2017, in firsthand narratives from people who lived through it.
Three literary legends — Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Zelda Fitzgerald — converge on an evening of emotional upheaval.
Highlights from a night of magic with members of Congress and STC students.
After months of boxes in the mail to be explored at one’s own pace, the story and audience will all converge to feel the music live and in person.
'Fast, loud, and funny has been our mantra for the show. We wanted a comic piece that features the grit of contemporary gay culture.'
The award-winning playwright and screenwriter on why he writes about life, death, and the soul.
Signing on as a co-producer of the 'disco pop' musical fulfills the LA TI DO co-founder's dream in a very personal way.
A music buff previews Bob Bartlett's new rom-com about browsing for records and romance, performed in a local neighborhood record store.