Akerley joins Sara Barker and Alyssa Sanders on leadership team. Next up: Scripts in Play festival, a co-production with Longacre Lea, and a DC premiere.
The ghost of the first woman to run for U.S. president will be performed live by DC actor Sara Barker on August 18 and 20.
The touring company has been on hold since the Omicron wave. Renovations to the Olney campus necessitate a further delay.
Revised renovation timeline, as well as updates to Folger's 2023/24 theater season, will be announced this fall.
New play by Pearl Cleage about Atlanta's first Black mayor is directed by Seema Sueko and features an all-local cast.
'Out of the Vineyard' brings to life interviews with descendants of enslaved families who filed lawsuits for their freedom in Prince George's County.
Directed by Reginald L. Douglas, 'Monumental Travesties' explores race, memory, and the often privileged act of forgetting.
ASC veteran actor Meg Rodgers to play Hamlet and Artistic Director Brandon Carter to play Ophelia.
'One Moment Now,' an immersive and theatrical aural-experience, can be heard at Eaton DC’s Baker’s Daughter.
Mary Zimmerman's 'The Matchbox Magic Flute' completes STC's much-anticipated audacious lineup.
DC's native music genre inspires a season of cutting-edge performances by Theater and Performance Studies Program and Black Theatre Ensemble.
In partnership with Kennedy Center and a coalition of DC-area theaters, ENOUGH! will present the plays as the cornerstone of a nationwide reading.
National Symphony Orchestra world premiere to feature Tony winners and nominees.
Immersive theater-party event will feature one-act musical 'The Marvelous Wonderettes '58'
Poetry, live music, and testimonials tell a story of faith communities opening their doors to refugees—often in defiance of federal law.