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August Wilson’s ‘American Century Cycle’ to play at 10 theaters in...

Three-year celebration will present all ten plays in chronological order, beginning with 'Gem of the Ocean,' opening at Arena Players April 5.

Round House Theatre announces 2024/25 season

47th season includes acclaimed Nigerian-American drama, world premiere holiday musical, two Pulitzer Prize finalists, fourth annual New Play Festival with one world premiere, and more.

‘Amm(i)gone,’ solo play about queer momma’s boy, to premiere at Woolly

Adil Mansoor invites his Pakistani mother to translate Sophocles' 'Antigone'  into Urdu as a way to explore tensions between family and faith.

Solas Nua brings Luke Casserly’s ‘Distillation’ experience to DC

Multidisciplinary performance transports audiences to the Irish bog landscape through scent.

Shakespeare Theatre Company announces 2024/25 season

A star-studded lineup featuring Hugh Bonneville, Alex Brightman, Matthew Broderick, Emily Burns, David Fynn, John Kani, and Carey Perloff.

Round House announces 3rd annual National Capital New Play Festival

Festival features world premiere production of 'A Jumping-Off Point' plus developmental readings of four new works.

And the winners of the 2024 WATCH Awards are…!

The community theaters that that took home the most top honors (7 each) were Port Tobacco Players and Reston Community Players.

Visionaries of the Creative Arts (VOCA) to present ‘A Not So...

The powerful story of a young Black Deaf woman living with AIDS in the 1990s returns to the DC stage 27 years after it premiered in New York.

2024 Women’s Storytelling Festival to feature 21 performers

Better Said Than Done will host the spoken word festival from March 14 to 17 both in-person in Fairfax, VA, and streaming online.

Kelly Colburn named Flying V’s executive director

Known for her work as a designer, digital producer, and director, Colburn has served as Flying V's Artistic Lead of Theatre since 2021.

Woolly Mammoth presents Justin Weaks’ workshop of ‘A Fine Madness’

The Helen Hayes award-winning actor writes and performs his personal reflections on being diagnosed with HIV.

Rebecca Ende Lichtenberg departs STC, rejoins Studio Theatre

Stepping down after a brief stint as Executive Director of Shakespeare Theatre Company, she resumes the Executive Director position at Studio Theatre.

Alex Edelman’s hilarious ‘Just for Us’ returning to DC March 21–22

In his solo show, the comedian sends up antisemitic white supremacists. And he is so sly about it, you will double over in laughter before it hits you. By JOHN STOLTENBERG

Mosaic Theater to present free H Street Oral History Project Festival...

The event will include readings of new work by three local playwrights, inspired by interviews with H Street residents past and present.

Broadway at the National announces 2024/25 season

Nine-show lineup features several DC premieres, including hotly anticipated arrival of 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'

American Shakespeare Center announces departure of artistic director Brandon Carter

Carter's legacy at ASC includes visionary leadership and groundbreaking initiatives as he guided the Center through the pandemic.

Stars announced for June run of ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ at Kennedy...

Christian Borle, Krysta Rodriguez, and Ephraim Sykes to lead the Broadway Center Stage production.

Perisphere Theater appoints new artistic leadership

Gerrad Alex Taylor and Lizzi Albert to serve as co-artistic directors, beginning April 1.

Keegan announces new play by Northern Ireland’s c21 Theatre Company

'Expecting' by Charis McRoberts interweaves spoken and sign language, creating opportunity for connection between deaf and hearing audiences.

Raymond O. Caldwell to receive Zelda Fichandler Award

Presented by the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation, the award recognizes accomplishment with singular creativity and deep investment in a particular community.