The author and solo performer of 'Rock Paper Scissors' — a Welders production — shares the personal and artistic history of the show.
The ceremony showed that local audiences — and Helen Hayes voters — have an appetite for stories about people whose lives are different from their own.
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 two artists who by happenstance fell in love making inspired works for the stage.
Meet the proud director and composer of this triple-nominated theater for young audiences, Kathryn Chase Bryer and Deborah Wicks La Puma.
A conversation with Ryan Jamaal Swain, Justin Weaks, and Michael Kevin Darnall about a play whose title is a statistic about gay Black men and HIV.
A candid chat with the director and playwright of 'All Things Equal: The Life & Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg,' coming to the Lincoln Theatre May 19.
An up-close conversation with the Fairfax County high school senior who's now playing factory girl Iola Stover in the Tony-nominated musical.
Get to know the creative duo who are up for the prestigious Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical.
Elizabeth Stahlmann stars as Dr. Rebecca Erbelding, the real-life archivist who received a mysterious album of Nazi photographs.
The incoming artistic director of Spooky Action Theater is the face of renewed hope for a company whose very survival was in doubt just a year ago.
The Expats Theatre founder tells why she is directing a play about the weaponization of rape in war.
The 1995 'songplay' by John Adams and June Jordan created a new genre of musical theater and boldly confronted systemic issues of the 1990s.
Premiering April 20 to 23 at George Mason, the play germinated from her pilgrimage to the Grand Canyon in mourning.
Signature Theatre’s new associate artistic director talks about bringing identity, history, and authenticity to a culturally fraught Sondheim musical.
The multi-genre countertenor stars in Annapolis Opera’s 'Voices of Our Time' concert on April 15.
Inside the creation of the Arena Stage production, which transforms our understanding of a great work in a way that finds in it new truth.
In a series called 'The Companies We Keep,' DC Theater Arts spotlights the good and beneficial work done by theater companies in the DC region. This month we focus on a nonprofit that teaches youth peer intervention and empowerment.
'Everyone gets to dress up, sing and dance along to show tunes without feeling judged or silly,' says cofounder Ethan Maccoby.
How the playwright and director came up with 'Jennifer Who Is Leaving.'