October 1 celebration to feature live performances from fan-favorite storytellers.
Musicians Robbie Schaefer and Danielle Wertz to headline cabaret tribute.
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.'
The company's new logo is an interplay of a classic typeface and a modern typeface aimed at honoring the past while illuminating the future.
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.
After unexpectedly losing its lease at Source, WIT finds a temporary home.
'Family and Other Fractured Fairytales' looks at notions of femininity, parenthood, family, and identity.
Six world-premieres — five musicals and a play — to mark the company's 20th anniversary.
DC-area theaters will continue to unite for public safety and require mask-wearing.
A formerly incarcerated playwright and cast will present an immersive production that brings audiences into the deep end of the U.S. prison system.
Shakespeare Theatre Company congratulates its departing Associate Artistic Director.
Broadway Center Stage returns with a new production of the American musical masterpiece.
Five fresh comedies selected for final year at Lakeforest Mall.
In its 40th-anniversary, 2022–2023 season, IN Series will travel to more than 10 unique DC and Baltimore venues with its acclaimed and one-of-a-kind audacious...