The show is overflowing with compassion and heart. It reminds us what the world could be.
The modern dress musical production of Euripedes’ ancient Greek tragedy is a unique, immersive Bacchanalian experience — and it's free.
R. Eric Thomas's world-premiere comedy is an homage to and sendup of TV shows that have shaped our collective memory.
Performed on Tuesdays outdoors in Annapolis, it's a delightful summer evening of theater.
As the solo performer Colette Krogol combines her dancing with sound, poetry, and mages, it feels like she is processing generational trauma.
The playwrights’ skills and vibrant acting provide memorable portraits of two very different women seeking to be more fully together.
The award-winning play will have its regional premiere at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts June 10 to 12.
Alex and Olmsted’s latest innovative multimedia work goes where no art has gone before.
The bed-hopping is kinky, funny, freaky, the works in this co-production by Silver Spring Stage and Cogent Theater Collective.
The play begins as a Latinx family melodrama, spirals into the surreal, and will haunt you for a long time.
Director Joseph Ritsch and Dramaturg Khalid Long on how race, queerness, gender, and ability intersect in Tennessee Williams's classic.
The sparseness and intensity of the production underscore the ambiguity of the play’s central question: Is Henry V a benevolent or malign ruler?
This gem of a musical managed to engage, entertain, and crack up the entire multigenerational audience.
It's the perfect play for springtime, full of hope, young love, and the pursuit of happiness.
Even though 30 years have passed, the tragic stories told in Anna Deavere Smith's powerful play could be headlines today.
Ken Levine’s comedy has the virtue of not being a holiday warhorse.
A Maryland institution brings a little bit of spice to a beloved Irving Berlin musical, creating a perfect holiday evening out with friends and family.
This "toe-tapping, hysterical parody" of yesteryear's country western stars plays one weekend only, November 12 to 14.
For three nights only, a loving satire of contemporary musical theater divas created by the Rep Stage producing artistic director.
An evening of delightful entertainment by the University of Maryland School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies.